A Hawaii teacher is under fire for pretend shooting the president. Wait, no, wrong teacher. This teacher is hot ka wai
for saying he won't teach illegal immigrants
. Scoundrel. But he didn't utter these scandalous thoughts on a national stage, YouTube address, or self-aggrandizing Facebook post. But in response to a private email to colleagues. One of those colleagues, feeling like he could capitalize on a minute or two of fame by shaming his coworker, obviously snitched to the press. Who scuttled like ants avoiding soap droplets.
Hawaii News Now obtained a copy of the email, which was sent Wednesday morning. The full text of the email reads:
"This is another attack on the President over deportation. Their parents need to apply for immigration like everyone else. If they are here in the US illegally, I won't teach them."
The email was sent by social studies teacher John Sullivan in response to another email sent by a school counselor about nationwide statistics on students who are being kept home from school due to deportation fears.
In an email to Hawaii News Now on Wednesday afternoon, Sullivan called the situation a "misunderstanding."
Are we at all surprised the educators in a far left state like Hawaii (both politically and geographically) would burn down Sullivan's kauhale (village) for daring to follow the sentiments of the law? Hardly. Educators are as logically minded as two Easter Peeps forced to fight to the death in a microwave. We have examples aplenty of educators illustrating their frustration with both Trump and logic (see
Professor Says Trump Election an ‘Act of Terrorism’
Boy Votes Trump in Mock Election, Mother Kicks HIM OUT of the House!
). But if this was an email to educators, one of those educators instead of expressing disagreement to the teacher... ran to the press like a tattle tailing sissy. At least he's a teacher, not say, a bomb-defusing soldier. #Perspective
Never mind there's nothing outrageous about what John Sullivan said. That is, echoing the law. Why educate someone who's here illegally? Since that person is in violation of the law. Yet the Hawaiian media couldn't wait to make an example out of John Sullivan, knocking mics and camera men out of their way to rush to the stage, where they pronounced how NOBLE it is to educate ALL THE CHILDREN! Rule of law can go screw itself. Don thy ribbons, launch thy hashtags, lynch the teacher who dared stand up for legality.