MA middle school science teacher identified as member of ANTIFA who berated cops and children at anti-lockdown protest
By Arsenio Toledo // Mar 30, 2021

A video has proven that a middle school science teacher in Massachusetts is a member of the far-left extremist organization Antifa. The video shows the teacher in question participating in an Antifa-organized protest by berating police officers and children.


Jill Sheridan is an eighth-grade science teacher at Qualters Middle School in Mansfield, Massachusetts. Pictures on her social media profiles prove that she is an active supporter of Black Lives Matter and the "resistance" against former President Donald Trump. (Related: Biden AG pick says Antifa, BLM attacks in Portland not domestic terrorism because they occurred after business hours.)

On Saturday, Mar. 20, Sheridan and several of her Antifa-affiliated friends went to the small town of Bridgewater, 14 miles east of Mansfield. They were supposed to participate in a Black Lives Matter rally. But before they did that, they traveled a mile to the other side of town with other Antifa and Black Lives Matter members in an attempt to disrupt an anti-Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown gathering.

While at the anti-lockdown protest, Sheridan's three accomplices were arrested for allegedly assaulting police officers and illegally carrying firearms.

Sheridan, who goes by the alias "Jay Marie" on Facebook, bragged about participating in the event. She called the anti-lockdown protest an "alt-right" rally that featured "domestic terrorists" as speakers.

"QAnon gear everywhere, Proud Boys and Oath Keepers," wrote Sheridan, who also complained about how none of the speakers at the rally were Bridgewater locals. "This town is insane. I wish I were making this up."

"I was asking the cops if they were embarrassed to be standing in solidarity with people who, you know, killed cops," she added

Sheridan's Facebook account also shows that she is a fan of Soviet Union founder Vladimir Lenin, and that she makes jokes about burning police officers alive.

She got into an argument online with several parents who bring their children to Qualters Middle School. During this virtual quarrel, Sheridan claimed that the school's administrators support and condone the fact that she is a member of Antifa, supports Black Lives Matter and is associated with people who get arrested for assaulting police officers while armed.

Anti-lockdown protesters clashed with Antifa agitators in Bridgewater

Sheridan was just one of many Antifa and Black Lives matter members at Legion Park, Bridgewater that day.

On one side were anti-lockdown protestors who were rallying against state and federally-imposed lockdown restrictions and mask mandates. They were mostly maskless, and held signs and posters with sayings like "Free your face" and "My body, my choice means masks too." Many were also wearing pro-Trump attire.

On the other side were Antifa and Black Lives Matter agitators. Almost all of them wore masks to conceal their identities from the police officers who attempted to keep the peace. One person was photographed wearing a pig mask, and another had "Abolish the police" written over his mask. Some of the posters the counter-protestors held up had left-wing and anti-American slogans like "Jail killer cops" and "This country blows, Blue lives don't exist."

The day of the anti-lockdown protest coincided with the World Wide Rally for Freedom and Democracy, an event held in multiple countries to protest against repressive economic lockdown restrictions.

The Bridgewater protest was organized through Facebook by a public event titled "Spring FREE Rally." The description of the event said:

"Are you ready to BUST OPEN on the first day of Spring and celebrate FREEDOM? … In [New England], join the FREEDOM LOVERS FESTIVAL… Learn ways to take action in our great state, groups to join, businesses in the area that will welcome your support, information on businesses to open full capacity that offer FREEDOM of CHOICE for masks for patrons and employees alike, and more."

The organizers recommended that attendees bring blankets and lawn chairs because the event was scheduled to have multiple speakers, musical performances and other family-friendly activities.

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