A self-described communist teacher from Maryland bragged on social media about “indoctrinating” her students with “Marxist literature” and called for a fight against capitalism.
Rebecca F. Rothstein, a teacher at North Bethesda Middle School in the Montgomery County School District, posted multiple controversial videos to her TikTok account – which has since been deactivated.
Rothstein, who stated that she is “proud as f*** to be liberal,” insisted that educators should not prioritize teaching students math and science but instead provide lessons on anti-racism and “how to be kind.”
“As a teacher, I wish we could do more with our students, like teach anti-racism and how to be kind people. Does anyone else feel like … we can skip the math, skip the science, like we’ll do that next year. Maybe this year we focus on teaching our youth how to be anti-racist,” she said in one TikTok video.
In another social media post, Rothstein said, “F*** capitalism” and bragged about providing her students with “Marxist literature.”
“Tired after a long day of indoctrinating students,” she stated.
Rothstein told her more than 13,000 TikTok followers that she had to “un-brainwash” herself to “fall in love” with socialism and communism.
“If everyone had the same amount of money, then money wouldn’t be worth anything,” she said.
Rothstein insisted that “capitalism must go” and said that “revolutions involve violence.”
The teacher also defended the summer 2020 riots that destroyed cities and small businesses.
“There are so many a******* in my comments saying, ‘What about all the burning of the buildings, and the looting and the rioting?’ Why do you care more about buildings than human lives? It’s like you’re stomping around, being like, ‘All buildings matter.’ No, no, they don’t. And the fact that you don’t understand where the rage is coming from, why there is so much rage of burning buildings, that’s the exact problem,” Rothstein said.
She continued by stating that she is “f***ing angry” about “the patriarchy,” “racism,” and “police brutality.”
Rothstein shared that she believes “boys should get vasectomies at birth, or when it is safe to do so” and then asked, “Why is preventing pregnancy just on the woman?”
In another TikTok video, she claimed that “all white people experience white privilege” and noted that being “silent on Palestine” is “rooted in white supremacy.”
“I’m proud of my ability to recognize white privilege,” Rothstein said. “White privilege is not about work ethic. White privilege is about the color of your skin.”
Neither Rothstein nor Montgomery County School District replied to a request for comment, Fox News Digital reported.