Woman Who Called Obama Gay Prostitute Might Get To Control TX Schools

She hates Muslims, thinks global warming is a giant hoax and called President Barack Obama is a former homosexual prostitute. And she is winning.

As it turns out, Donald Trump wasn’t the only bigot who won big on Super Tuesday.

Mary Lou Bruner, a Texas Republican, is leading the race for an open seat on the State Board of Education — and that could be a huge problem.

For those unaware, Bruner is a former teacher who is known for her bizarre theories about President Barack Obama.

"Obama has a soft spot for homosexuals because of the years he spent as a male prostitute in his twenties. That is how he paid for his drugs," she wrote in a now-deleted October 2015 Facebook post. "He has admitted he was addicted to drugs when he was young, and he is sympathetic to homosexuals; but he hasn’t come out of the closet about his own homosexual/bisexual background. He hasn’t quite evolved that much!"


Her official website features a prayer that starts off like this: “Lord, We ask You to show us where we as Christians and as a nation have fallen short of the mark allowing our government leaders to pass evil and ungodly laws which displease God.”

Oh, and she believes global warming is a hoax.

In another post, she referred to Islam as a "cult religion" and an "inhumane totalitarian political ideology with radical religious rules," adding, "A group that forces people to join or die is not a real religion.”

It’s important to mention here that this woman taught hundreds of children in Texas for nearly 36 years.

Also, if Bruner gets that seat — which, reports suggest, she is likely to  she would then be able to alter the curriculum and change textbooks for Texas’s schools.

Bruner was up against two other hopefuls, Keven Ellis (R-Lufkin) and Hank Hering (R-Lindale) in the polls for the Republican nomination for District 9.

Just like Trump, her bigotry and incendiary rhetoric is not likely to have any effect in the final run-off in May.

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