Children who attend a certain high school in San Diego might have trouble learning about a career in law enforcement.
That’s because the crackpots who run the school invited, then uninvited, U.S. Border Patrol agents to be part of a career fair.
Several people complained that the border agents might “create an uncomfortable atmosphere for some students” at the school, most of whom are Hispanic.
Look, they’re Hispanic kids. That means they’re probably anchor babies. So they might be legit (still an outstanding question on that, though).
Unsurprising, by the way, is the fact that the people who complained are teachers at the school.
In other words, the teachers think they know more about what would “create an uncomfortable atmosphere” than the people who might actually be uncomfortable.
Oh, it gets better. The school tried to reach a compromise with the agents but then the boneheaded teachers marched straight to the principal’s office and said that “they were afraid that Border Patrol presence on campus made them feel unsafe.”
The only kinds of people who should feel uncomfortable around law enforcement officers are people breaking the law.