Suspended for Saying THIS?!

( – Incredibly, with the backdrop of America’s invasion by over 10 million illegal aliens in the past three years on Joe Biden’s watch, a North Carolina high school student faced a three-day suspension after he used the phrase “illegal alien” during a classroom activity.

The incident involving censoring the use of the illegal alien term occurred at Central Davidson High School in Lexington, North Carolina.

Leah McGhee reported that her 16-year-old son was completing a vocabulary assignment which included the term “alien.”

Seeking clarity, he inquired, “Like space aliens or illegal aliens without green cards?”

This question sparked controversy when another student felt offended and allegedly threatened physical confrontation.

The classroom teacher escalated the issue to the assistant principal, leading the administrative body to deem the question as derogatory and insensitive towards Hispanic students present.

McGhee’s son defended his intentions.

“I didn’t make a statement directed towards anyone; I asked a question. I wasn’t speaking of Hispanics because everyone from other countries needs green cards, and the term ‘illegal alien’ is an actual term that I hear on the news and can find in the dictionary,” he said.

Leah McGhee expressed distress over the situation.

“Because of his question, our son was disciplined and given THREE days OUT of school suspension for ‘racism.’ He is devastated and concerned that the racism label on his school record will harm his future goal of receiving a track scholarship. We are concerned that he will fall behind in his classes due to being absent for three consecutive days,” the mother declared.

The school district’s policies outline the boundaries of free speech within educational institutions by stating that “schools may place restrictions on a student’s right to free speech when the speech is obscene, abusive, promoting illegal drug use, or is reasonably expected to cause a substantial disruption to the school day.”

“A student must be provided with an opportunity for an informal hearing with the principal before a short-term suspension is imposed. The principal or designee may hold the hearing immediately after giving the student oral or written notice of the charges against him or her. At the informal hearing, the student has the right to be present, to be informed of the charges and the basis for the accusations against him or her, and to make statements in defense or mitigation of the charges,” the handbook reads further.

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