Two home-schooled teens protesting abortion on a sidewalk in front of a Pennsylvania school were confronted by the assistant principal, who told them they and President Trump could go to hell, along with the aborted fetuses they called “image bearers of God.”

The incident occurred in April in front of STEM Academy in Downingtown, Pa. Assistant principal Zachary Ruff was caught on video confronting the brother and sister, telling them, “I’m as gay as the day is long and twice as sunny. I don’t give a f— what you think Jesus tells me.”

He also denied the protesters’ assertion that abortion constituted a holocaust, not that there isn’t one going on in 2017: “If you want to talk about a holocaust happening in America, go into an inner city, and talk to the poor and underprivileged.”

The Washington Posts’ followers on Twitter were largely in agreement that Ruff, who was placed on administrative leave, was a hero.

According to the report, he wasn’t fired, and the school district says it will follow all policies and procedures for internal personnel matters.

Not all heroes wear capes; some wear khakis and school ID lanyards.

He did seem a bit easily triggered; why so anxious to protect his students from a “graphic” photo of nothing but cells? The students have studied cells, right?

“Go to hell” doesn’t sound like the outburst of an educator representing a science-based school, but he did score 100 percent on the “child or clump of cells” multiple-choice question, so there’s that.

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