Think mixing adult refugees with school kids is rare? One mayor’s account will give you chills

If you think your school principal is your child’s pal and has his back, you haven’t looked into the situation far enough.

That was the assessment of Fox News “Justice” host Jeanine Pirro, in light of the recent alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl in a Maryland high school bathroom by two illegal immigrants.

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“Do you know who’s in school with your children? Pirro, a former New York judge asked.

“The greatest job of the government is to protect the citizens,” Chester County, Pennsylvania Sheriff Carolyn “Bunny” Welsh told Pirro, adding that children, who are “our most vulnerable citizens” are left unprotected by jurisdictions that set themselves up as sanctuaries for illegals.

Because Montgomery County, Maryland, where the attack allegedly happened, refused to cooperate with federal immigrations officials, “The system failed at every step of the way in this case,” Welsh told Pirro.

Lynn, Massachusetts Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy, another guest on “Justice,” told the Fox News host that the large influx of foreigners into her city — with limited English language skills– is straining the Lynn school system.

“Many of these children who are coming in stopped their formal education at third grade,” she said. “But they are growing well into adulthood. We can’t put them into a third-grade classroom.”

In the case of the Maryland incident, the alleged 14-year-old victim was in the same ninth grade class as her attackers, who were ages 18 and 17.

Flanagan Kennedy recalled a recent incident where one immigrant with a third-grade education even had gray hair at the temples.

“I couldn’t see putting that person in a third-grade class, so they go in as freshmen in high school.”

The mayor said her city tried to take care of the problem by putting the immigrants into night classes, but was stopped.

“We were told by a children’s advocacy group that we were not giving equal education to these students,” she said. “So we had to shut down the night school and put everyone into the regular daytime classes.”

She added that because “they don’t come in with any records of any sort,” the school system has no idea if they have criminal records or have received vaccinations for communicable diseases.

They don’t even bring a birth certificate with them, “so we have to accept their word for their age when they enter school.”

And the unknowns share the same classrooms as do our children.

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