Statements about Children
Says a 9-year-old girl was recently raped in Austin, Texas, by a guy previously "caught four times and released."
Says Common Core is a federal mandate.
When undocumented children are picked up at the border and "told to appear later in court ... 90 percent do not then show up."
"If you're a Mexican, you get sent back. ... But if you're from a noncontiguous country like the Central American countries" then you can stay in the United States.
The Obama administration estimates the number of children at the border is "going to increase to 150,000 to 200,000 next year."
"Obama regime planned the influx of illegal alien children at the border."
"In 31 states, decent child care costs more than college tuition."
"$3 billion over the next five years will be taken out of our public schools and be put into vouchers."
"Thom Tillis cut almost $500 million from education."
There have been 74 "school shootings in America since Sandy Hook."
"Milwaukee has the second-highest" number of children recovered from sex trafficking.
The Wisconsin school voucher program "has no research that shows that it’s going to improve student learning."
If you work 40 hours a week at the proposed minimum wage of $10.10 an hour, "you get out of poverty."
"Under Greg Abbott, Texas four-year-olds would be forced to undergo standardized tests."
Atlanta is the No. 1 trading point for sexual slavery in America. Between 100 and 200 girls are sold into slavery in Atlanta every month.
"Social science is irrefutable" that children are better off being raised by a mom and a dad.
"Did you know that in 2013 over 50 percent of all babies born in Oregon were Hispanic?"
"Greg Abbott said it would be a ‘waste’ to expand pre-k to all Texas children."
"Our high school graduation rate is the highest on record."
The percentage of black children born without a father in the home has risen from 7 percent in 1964 to 73 percent today, due to changes from President Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society.
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