Grey-haired illegal aliens enrolling in public schools, Feds forbid any attempt to verify their age

And last of all, I'd like to thank the taxpayers of Lynn for making this possible

And last of all, I’d like to thank the taxpayers of Lynn for making this possible

Taxpayer-subsized public education ends at 21, but to the federal government, you’re only as old as you feel – and say you are.

(CNSNews.com) – The mayor of Lynn, Mass. says that some of the illegal aliens from Guatemala who are enrolled in her city’s public schools are adults with graying hair and “more wrinkles than I have.”

“They are not all children,” Judith Flanagan Kennedy told reporters at a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.

“One of the things that we did notice when we were processing some of these students coming in was that they were adults,” she said.

She added that the federal government will not allow school officials to verify their ages, even though one of the students turned out to be 35 years old.

At the press conference, Kennedy said that the economic impact on American cities like Lynn, which is located about 10 miles north of Boston, includes an increase in cost to taxpayers for educating these overage students and for providing them with health services, including vaccinations that are required for all children attending U.S. public schools.

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22 responses to “Grey-haired illegal aliens enrolling in public schools, Feds forbid any attempt to verify their age

  1. Cos Cobber

    It addition to being patently stupid, this is also just plain dangerous.

  2. Fred2

    What the heck? I swear to god the government has entirely lost it’s moorings in reality. The bureaucracy is actively acting against the the citizens in a willful and harmful fashion.

    I’m going to say *I’m* illegal and get more “rights” and since i think I’m 12 yo you have to believe it.

    F -that.

  3. Anonymous Citizenette

    Wow, when are we going to wake up from this nightmare? Besides all the entitlement issues, it’s a pedophile’s dream! Imagine your teen child being in gym, health class, etc with middle aged illiterate creeps with their own kids probably older than yours! Great way to recruit gang members too. I’m gonna go puke now.

  4. ugh

    Exactly how BAD does it have to get? When will the libtard drones snap out of it? We’re all told to save the environment, not pollute. What about the pollution brought by ideology with unintended consequences? Do we have to wait until the progressive locusts figure out there is nowhere else to go to escape what they have created?

  5. burningmadolf

    This interpretation is scary:
    “You must ensure that you do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national origin, and that students are not barred from enrolling in public schools at the elementary and secondary level on the basis of their own citizenship or immigration status of that of their parents or guardians,” the DOJ statement read.

    So according to the DOJ, illegals cannot be asked anything really. Immunization history? Too much historical information which could clarify an illegal’s age. Town resident? Nope, background info gathered by a landlord may shed too much light on who is an adult and who is not.

    Glad to see this is in MA, those f’ers deserve this crap.

  6. dogwalker

    In this case, whether they are illegal or legal is another matter. Any adults enrolling in regular public elementary and secondary school is just plain wrong . . . for so many reasons. Sheeeesh! I fear we have passed the point of no return. We’re doomed.

  7. Anonymous

    another achievement for the Obama legacy.

  8. Monody

    Speaking of gray-haired, but gorgeous ones, an old interview with Leatrice was on TCM this morning. She looked stunning, a scarf draped around her neck, and a diamond brooch that was tucked under the scarf but enough was visible to see it was the real deal. Such a ‘Joy’ to see her. Made my day.

  9. Mickster

    Guys,
    This is the LEAST of the issues that the US and states and cities have. Relax.

    • AJ

      Well, there’s always this:

      The Housing Echo-Bubble Is Popping
      August 28, 2014

      There is nothing remotely “normal” about the echo-bubble’s rise, and we can anticipate that its deflation will be equally abnormal.

      Conventional wisdom on the resurgence of the housing markets takes one of two paths:

      1. Housing is not in a bubble, it is merely returning to “normal”

      2. Housing is bubbly in some markets, but prices will continue to rise

      Here’s an alternative view: housing is in an echo-bubble that’s popping. Courtesy of the excellent Market Daily Briefing, here are some charts that make the case that the housing echo-bubble was just another Federal Reserve-induced speculative asset bubble that’s popping, like every other speculative bubble in recorded history. . . .

      http://www.oftwominds.com/blog.html

  10. Fox

    It’s time to ask the school board how many of this summer’s illegal invaders have been sneakily foisted upon us, how much is being stolen from Town taxpayers to educate them, what steps are being taken to protect American children from disease and violence and what steps the Town is taking to demand reparations for this Federal obscenity.

  11. another starbucks 4 me

    It’s a party in Lynn amigos! They are so stupid and you get a free lunch … hahaha … give us a beat, wump, chikka, wump, chikka, wump and 2 fingazz of courvoisier!

    Utter madness.

  12. shut up and take my money!!!

    (plot twist: all this is located in St Cloud MN)

  13. Anonymous

    hmmmm…….

    • Monody

      I hope so. It does the body and mind good to cut loose the ties that bind, even if it is away from a bunch of great people like us!

      Stay, leaf peep, stroll, read, write a new book. We’ll be here when you get back.

  14. Gay Blade

    ESPN reporting now the Saints have released Michael Sam. That’ll larn him to make his athletic ability about his sexual preference. One has nothing to do with the other. His fifteen minutes of fame are finally over, until some gay activist lawyer files a wrongful termination suit. Tony Dungee got it right.

  15. just as we know from the Ø, talkin’ ain’t doin’ :