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Another California public school persecutes a white student.


Photo from TheBlaze.com

A 5th grader at a California High School casually mentioned that a local newscaster looked like Obama.

Extremists in the school’s faculty then EXPELLED the boy for being a “racist.” Superintendent Winger told the media “it’s not what he said, but how he said it.” School board president Suzan T. Solomon ordered board members and faculty not to talk to the media.

From TheBlaze.com…

Then he made a fatal error: Grayson, 11, pulled a little “made you look” joke on a schoolmate seated next to him, saying something along the lines of “Obama’s visiting our school today,” referring to the magnetic figure holding court nearby.

It wasn’t Obama, of course. But from Grayson’s point of view, Chris Schauble—morning co-anchor of KTLA 5′s TV news program in Los Angeles—did possess a demeanor and countenance similar to the president’s.

According to Grayson’s dad, Darren Thomas (who provided the previous details), what happened next was scary: Word of his son’s Obama-Schauble comparison spread to Schauble’s daughter, Shelbi, who was sharing lunch with her newsman father. And Shelbi was uncomfortable with Grayson’s statement, saying it felt racist.

Then a teacher was summoned, then the principal, Candace Fleece, then the Newhall School District superintendent, Marc Winger. And that very afternoon, Nov. 4, Grayson was kicked out of Stevenson Ranch for good, his father says, for implying that all black men look alike.

Principal Candace Fleece
Stevenson Ranch Elementary School
25820 Carroll Lane
Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381
661.291.4070
661.291.4071 (fax)

Superintended Marc Winger
School Board President Suzan T. Solomon
Newhall School District
Phone: 661-291-4000
Fax: 661-291-4001