A Hawaii teacher who disputed the globalist open borders policies that are a magnet for illegal immigrants has been outed by his school in cooperation with the liberal press.
He wrote that he wouldn’t teach illegals.
He’s probably facing death threats and being removed from his job because of an email sent Friday morning.
In a normal, sane country the burden would be on those who can explain rationally why illegal alien children should be allowed to enroll in schools that were paid for by citizens. Isn’t it theft to obtain services that others are paying for and you are not?
Whatever discipline teacher John Sullivan received was also probably accompanied by an Obama-like lecture telling him “That’s not who we are.”
EWA BEACH, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) –
A Campbell High School teacher is facing heat after saying in an email to faculty members that he would refuse to teach the children of those in the United States illegally.
He was scheduled to meet with the school’s principal Wednesday.
Hawaii News Now obtained a copy of the email, which was sent Wednesday morning. The full text of the email reads:
This is another attack on the President over deportation. Their parents need to apply for immigration like everyone else. If they are here in the US illegally, I won’t teach them.”
The email was sent by social studies teacher John Sullivan in response to another email sent by a school counselor about nationwide statistics on students who are being kept home from school due to deportation fears.
In an email to Hawaii News Now on Wednesday afternoon, Sullivan called the situation a “misunderstanding.”
“My comment in the email refers to (the email’s title) if students is (sic) kept home, teachers cannot teach them,” he wrote.
Jon Henry Lee, Campbell High School’s principal, spoke with Hawaii News Now prior to meeting with Sullivan this afternoon.
“I just reminded him again that we don’t discriminate against any individuals,” said Lee, who referenced the Department of Education’s Code of Conduct. “We’re going to service all students that are registered in our school.”
Lee also said that Sullivan violated school rules concerning the use of the department’s email system by sharing a political opinion.
A Department of Education spokeswoman said the school’s principal has discretion on any disciplinary action that Sullivan may face.
Corey Rosenlee, president of the Hawaii State Teachers Association, said he could not comment on details in the case.
But, he added, “At the same time, HSTA strongly believes that every child has the right to an education, regardless of their immigration status.”
Most people don’t like being the subject of a negative news article since it brings the nut bags from under their rocks ready to pounce on you.
As to the “right to an education” referred to in the last paragraph, there is no right to an education in the U.S. Constitution that I am aware of. Citizens have the right to create their own schools and set the rules for those schools. Parasites should have no right to invade them if the people who pay for the schools don’t want them there.
Bravo, John Sullivan.