Students Sue School, Say Punishing Them for Racist Internet Jokes Made Off-Campus is Illegal

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 13, 2020

This is happening at the school where the George Costanza guy told that Mexican bully to go back to Mexico.

Of course it is illegal to punish students for JOKES that took place off-campus.


Four students in a southeastern Michigan town sued their school district over discipline they received in the wake of racist social media posts directed at black students.

The federal lawsuit, filed Tuesday against Saline Area Schools, alleged district officials lacked authority to suspend the students over the posts, which led to a school meeting when a white parent asked a Hispanic parent why he didn’t “stay in Mexico.” Last week, people rallied in the community about 40 miles (60 kilometers) southwest of Detroit to promote unity and inclusion holding signs whose messages included “Racism Not Welcome.”

The white students, who were not identified, were among those added to a private group on Snapchat, according to the lawsuit. Many of the students in the group, who were both white and black, were using what the lawsuit called “offensive terms like the ‘N’ word” — language it states was “inappropriate” and “immature,” yet shared “between friends and in a joking manner.”

Following that, the lawsuit added, school officials “made a grossly negligent decision to verbally suspend all the Plaintiff children and barred them attending Saline High School indefinitely.” The suit seeks damages and injunctions reinstating the youths, two of whom have returned to class, as well as having their names cleared.

The district “has no legal right to impose the discipline carried out and has violated our clients’ constitutional rights by their reckless and hasty rush to judgment,” attorney David Kallman said in a statement.

It’s great that normies are finally fighting against this brutal anti-white regime.

The Joke Police are now completely unhinged, just thinking they can do anything to anyone at any time, and finally, at last, something is giving and the people are starting to defend themselves.