The son of a Lilburn, Georgia, principal whose racist rant at a graduation ceremony went viral over the weekend, came to her defense in the worst way possible.
Racism is taught and Travis Gordeuk’s Facebook rant confirms that.
“If anyone has something to say about my mom and how she ran her graduation — come say it to my face,” Travis wrote on Facebook Saturday.
Then he added, “Yall n—-s aren’t talkin about s–t so if u got somthing (sic) to say come see me face to face.”
Her son’s Facebook post even invited those offended to stop by his Carterville address — and he shared his location.
At the private TNT Academy located northeast of Atlanta, Nancy Gordeuk caused quite a controversy when she said at the graduation ceremony, “You people are being so rude, to not listen to this speech. It was my fault that we missed it in the program. Look who’s leaving… all the black people!”
She then turned her attention to one man who recorded the whole thing and called him a “goober” and a “coward.”
The crowd gasped and walked out.
The Daily News reports, ‘In a later post, her son, Travis, said she was reacting to “someone standing up during the ceremony and walking around with a tablet.”’
“My moma not racist one bit she’s done nothing but help kids so yall need to get stories straight,” he added.
Nancy Gordeuk essentially said later that the Devil made her do it. She claimed that her words, which were recorded verbatim, were “taken out of context.”
“The devil was in the house and came out from my mouth. I deeply apologize for my racist comment and hope that forgiveness is in your hearts,” Gordeuk wrote in an email to parents.
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