Thanks to another Kirtland lobbyist for this article showing another example of political correctness dismantling our country. Democrats want voters, Republicans and their Chamber of Commerce want an unending supply of cheap labor, and the average citizen gets to pay the bills and bear the brunt of the invasion. Like water dripping on a rock, it is only a matter of time before the water wears the rock away.
DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) – Two local representatives are condemning a move by Dayton Public Schools after the board voted to make it a ‘Safe and Welcoming School District’.
The board passed the motion Tuesday night, which said that they will support the safety and emotional well-bring of students regardless of immigration status, national origin, sexual orientation, race or religion.
They said they will continue to not collect or maintain any information about students’ immigration status, and that “federal immigration law enforcement activities at our schools, on our transportation routes, on our District property, or during our school activities will significantly disrupt the learning environment and will significantly interfere with our students’ constitutional rights to be free from unreasonable search and seizures and to access a free public education.”
Mohamed H. Al-Hamdani, William E Harris Jr, Jocelyn Spencer Rhynard, Robert C. Walker and Karen Wick-Gagnet all voted to pass the motion, which John McManus abstained from the vote.
Representatives Niraj Antani (R – Miamisburg) and Phil Plummer (R 0 Dayton) both spoke out the day after the vote, condemning the resolution.
“Dayton School Board members should focus on bettering Dayton Public Schools, currently F-rated, for their students instead of voting to become a sanctuary for illegal immigrants,” Antani said. “Our nation has enough problems with illegal immigration. Our community should not be encouraging it.”
“The Dayton Public School Board should focus on improving the quality of education for our students and refrain from implementing unnecessary failed policies which could jeopardize the safety of our children,” Plummer said.