"High School Students Forced To Listen To Pro-Illegal Immigration Propaganda" (Dolores Huerta)
Posted Tue, Apr 18, 2006 at 9:46 am
Americans better start waking up and doing something about the madness that's occurring in our nation's high schools and elementary schools. Youngsters are being subjected to left-wing propaganda, and when teachers and principals are caught, they start two-stepping around the issue.
For instance, a Tucson high school student is scheduled to appear before Arizona lawmakers to tell how she was forced by school officials to listen to a pro-immigrant speech by a speaker spewing left-wing propaganda to students without rebuttal.
In addition, lawmakers are investigating why Tucson school buses were used to provide transportation for student protesters at a pro-illegal immigration rally. The mother of a Buena High School student, in Sierra Vista, Arizona said her son's baseball team was supposed to play a Tucson high school but the game was cancelled. The Buena students learned that the game was cancelled because the Tucson high school bus was being used to take students to an anti-Sensenbrenner bill rally. Rep. Sensenbrenner is one of the sponsors of a tough illegal immigration and border security bill.
Senior Mon-yee Fung, 17, sat in a school assembly where the co-founder of the United Farm Workers Union, Dolores Huerta, spoke. But she could not leave after Huerta began making remarks such as "Republicans hate Latinos."
"I wanted to listen to what they had to say, but all they had to say was hate speak," Fung, head of the school's Teenage Republicans Club, told The Tucson Citizen.