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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Police Called on ‘Racist’ Third-grader

A New Jersey elementary school called the police after a third-grade student made a comment about the brownies being served in class and another student called the remark “racist.”

A police officer from the Collingswood Police Department showed up at William P. Tatem Elementary School to question the boy, who is 9.

The boy’s mother, Stacy dos Santos, said the school’s response was a complete overreaction.

“He said they were talking about brownies. … Who exactly did he offend?” she told

Police later contacted the boy’s father and referred the incident to the New Jersey Division of Child Protection and Permanency.



Anonymous said...

One word, private school!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Another word or two.....crazy, screwed up country today, left wing progress, he said change America, inherited from Bush, etc., etc.


Anonymous said...

It woulda been much worse and even justified if mike lewis was envolved.

Anonymous said...

It's the PC Police. Coming to a school near you soon.

Anonymous said...

I swear this is a plan to completely ruin public education. They can cut a ton out of the budget (or just find new ways to spend it) by chasing the majority of children into private/home schooling. Public school will remain as a latch-key child daycare where instead of learning you are groomed for the military or prison.

Anonymous said...

The End is near....oh yeah!

Anonymous said...

I guess if you have candy that is white chocolate that's racist too. Stupid liberals making everything racist. Poor kids don't even know what hat they said wrong.