Tucker exposes Maryland school superintendent who suggests angry parents are ‘racist’ – and it’s ugly

School superintendent Jack R. Smith is more worried about not hurting illegals’ feelings than protecting teenage girls against rape.

Tucker Carlson is furious that a school superintendent is more worried about not hurting the feelings of illegal aliens than protecting teenage girls from rape.

After a 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped and sodomized by two illegal immigrants (ages 17 and 18) in the bathroom of Rockville High School last week, Montgomery County Superintendent Jack R. Smith sent stern emails lecturing parents that he won’t tolerate “racist, xenophobic calls and emails” to his office.

Moreover, Smith said he’ll call the cops on any parent who makes offensive comments about the illegals while discussing the alleged child rape.

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In contrast, Smith defended the illegal aliens, who claim they had “consensual” sex with the 14-year-old girl.

“To Dr. Jack R. Smith, the worst crime imaginable is not sexual violence against a child, but naughty language he considers ‘intolerant,'” Tucker said.

Tucker also went through emails Smith and his colleagues sent after the presidential election that make no effort to even hide their blatant political indoctrination. School officials asked student to report any offensive or “hate” speech they claimed was on the rise since Trump was elected.

On Tuesday, Carlson body-slammed Maryland councilman Zeke Cohen, who sponsored a bill demanding that federal authorities stop enforcing immigration laws in Baltimore.

A visibly angry Carlson said he’s astonished that the school district and local lawmakers are more concerned about being politically correct than protecting teenage students (whose parents pay their salaries). Shocking, superintendent Jack R. Smith earns $275,000 a year, courtesy of taxpayers!

Amazingly, just four days after the 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped, lawmakers in the Democrat-controlled Maryland House of Delegates voted to make Maryland a “sanctuary state.”

Fortunately, Maryland’s Republican governor Larry Hogan said he will veto the bill. “I’m going to veto it immediately,” Hogan told Fox 5. “I can’t imagine what these people were thinking! To even propose such a bill a few days after this girl was brutally raped by these two young men who were in this country illegally [is disgusting].”

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Governor Hogan also demanded answers: “Why is an 18-year-old man in a class with 13 or 14-year-old girls? Why was he allowed to enter the country after he was picked up for illegally crossing the border — both of them?”

Samantha Chang

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. Based in New York City, she is a law school graduate and a longtime financial editor.
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