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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Typical Liberals--Integrate Other Schools But Not Ours

Samantha Bee's Husband Fights To Keep Poor, Black Kids Out Of His Children's School

Gary Gershoff/WireImageActor/comedians Jason Jones and Samantha Bee attend the Time 100 Gala at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center on April 25, 2017 in New York City.
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 JOHN NOLTE
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Jason Jones is not only a former "correspondent" for the left-wing Daily Show,
he is also husband to Samantha Bee, one of the leftist leaders of the so-called
Resistance Movement against President Trump. Oh, and Jones doesn’t want
 the city of New York to move his children's school to a location that would
make it more accessible to poor, black kids.
Both Samantha Bee and Jason Jones are wealthy and very white.
According to the Civil Rights Project, New York is not the Liberal Utopia it is
advertised to be, at least if you are not white and wealthy. Just like when
 Democrats ran the South, Democrat-run New York has managed to create
the most racially-segregated schools in the country:
New York has the most segregated schools in the country: in 2009,

black and Latino students in the state had the highest concentration

in intensely-segregated public schools (less than 10% white enrollment), the lowest exposure to white students, and the most uneven

distribution with white students across schools. Heavily impacting

these state rankings is New York City, home to the largest and

one of the most segregated public school systems in the nation.


Slate reports that one of the reasons for this is that in the Upper West Side of
 Manhattan, the most left-wing part of this left-wing state, there is never-ending
resistance — if you'll pardon the use of that word — to opening up predominantly-
white schools to under-privileged, minority students.
In other words: these rich, white left-wingers want their schools to remain rich and
 white.  
The current Upper West Side focus is on P.S. 452, which, according to Slate,
"has a lopsided enrollment, with a population that’s three-quarters white and
Asian, with only 13% of kids qualifying for free lunch, in a district that’s 43%
 white and Asian and 48% low-income."
This public school is already over-crowded and a proposal has been made to
move it just 16 blocks away.
There is just one problem.
At this location, the school, which is currently one of the best public schools in
the city, would be near a number of large housing projects. The move, then,
 could result in the end of the segregation many of these parents so desire.
 A lot more poor, black students might start attending.

Samantha Bee's husband is not only fighting this move, the former correspondent
is — get this — urging parents who agree with him not to talk to the media:
One P.S. 452 parent speaking out against the move is comedian

and former Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones, who’s married

to Samantha Bee. "To portray any opposition as classist or racist is as bad as it can get," Jones told WNYC. And elsewhere: "We are not divided,” he said at a public hearing about the proposal, “we are absolutely united in wanting what's best for our children," then encouraged fellow parents not to talk to the press about the controversy.
Because in Manhattan past is precedent, Slate believes these rich, white
parents will eventually win the day and the school will stay where it is.
Even though it is the only hope many have, what we have here is even more
proof that the Left does not want to educate poor, black kids. Think about  it:
1) These limousine liberals refuse to integrate these kids into their public
 schools. 2) These terrible people also do not want to give these kids vouchers
 to go to a private school.
And it is all about power.
Keep 'em poor. Keep 'em angry. Keep 'em in despair. And most importantly…
Keep 'em voting for the very same Democrats who keep 'em down.
P.S. Think about how selfish you have to be to fight against giving poor kids a
 shot at the Golden Ticket to an education. Now think about how selfish you
have to be to oppose such a thing when you can afford to send your own kids
 to private schools. These progressive millionaires not only want free education,
they want to deprive others, children no less, of the same.