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In Rockville High Rape Case, Superintendent Claims PLYLER V.DOE Ties His Hands
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March 22, 2017, 10:47 AM
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The Washington Post reports that parents “converged” on the high school in Rockville, Md., where two Hispanic illegal aliens raped a 14-year-old girl.

When parents complained about illegal aliens, Maryland’s school superintendent replied thusly:

“It sounds like they’re not looking at the real problem,” said Sheldon Sacks, a parent of two Rockville High graduates. “You don’t really know how many illegal immigrants are in school. If you have a lot of people who are not equipped to be in school, they should have a special school and then they would have individuals the same age. When you have kids who don’t know English and you put them in with kids who are trying to learn other things, you’re degrading the school system.”

Montgomery schools Superintendent Jack Smith said at a news conference earlier in the evening Tuesday that the school system accepts all children who come to its doors, in keeping with U.S. Supreme Court precedent.

He said other Maryland school systems, and all, or virtually all, public school districts nationally take the same approach.

Hundreds converge on Rockville High for meeting about rape case,By Donna St. George, The Washington Post, March 22, 2017

Most of those parents might think the main problem is that Congress and the president refuse to stop illegal immigration, and they are right.

But they don’t likely know that the U.S. Supreme Court opened public schools to these predators in 1981. The case was Plyler v. Doe, which overturned a law in Texas that blocked illegal aliens from getting a free education at taxpayers’ expense.

So not only is Barack Obama partly responsible for this rape, so are former justices William Brennan, Harry Blackmun, Thurgood Marshall, Lewis Powell and John Paul Stevens.

On another note, parents also complained that school authorities called the rape an “event.”

After the meeting at Rockville High, a string of parents complained that Smith had at one point school officials referred to the brutal rape as “an event.”

“It was a tragedy, not an event,” one parent said as he walked out, echoing several others.

Schools spokesman Derek Turner said the schools chief “chose the wrong word, and it does not convey how he feels about the tragedy.”

They’re both wrong. It wasn’t a “tragedy.” A tragedy is a 10-year-old boy dying of leukemia.

This was a preventable crime. Leftists and open-borders, Wall-Street-Journal Republicans are responsible for it.

These two scumbags couldn’t have raped the girl if our anti-white, anti-American elites hadn’t let them in the country and into that school.