Video: Chemistry Teacher In Utah Goes On Rant Against Trump, Ends Up In The Unemployment Line

Update: The Alpine School District fired teacher Leah Kinyon after briefly putting her on administrative leave


The Alpine School District says a Lehi High School teacher is no longer employed by the district after an investigation into a video that showed her making controversial remarks to students while in class.

Chemistry teacher Leah Kinyon spoke about COVID vaccines, former President Donald Trump and the intelligence of students’ parents in the video recorded by a student and shared with FOX 13 by his mother, Judy Storms.

Kinyon was immediately placed on leave after the video surfaced, with district officials saying an investigation would take place. Following the investigation Wednesday morning, Alpine school officials announced Kinyon was no longer employed by the district.

“Alpine School District has concluded our investigation of the incident that occured (sic) on August 17, 2021 at Lehi High School. Although the details of a personnel investigation are confidential, the teacher involved is no longer an employee of Alpine School District,” the district said in a statement.

It’s not known if Kinyon was fired or resigned her position.

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