Figures. Jorge Ramos Sends His Own Kids to $30,000 a Year Private School

Univision’s Jorge Ramos wants open borders where the world’s poor can come to America for all kinds of goodies including free public education – paid for by you, the American taxpayer.
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Jorge Ramos shows viewers how easy it is to swim the Rio Grande to America.

But Jorge sends his own kids to pricey private schools.
Patrick Courrielche at Breitbart reported:

Mr. Ramos’ open border policy has an interesting side effect though — it burdens our public schools with the children of illegal immigrants that pull resources from our kids and disproportionately so in at-risk minority communities. In places like California, as much as 13.2{c18972fae7bad54fccba2a5109f73c6e4ffe73508739d7249e14c4c49d351322} of K-12 public school students are children of illegal immigrants. This open border policy has likely dragged down our schools academically as well – helping pave the way for the federal government to intervene with hugely unpopular learning standards and standardized tests in a clumsy attempt to boost lagging test scores. Coincidently, an open border has the added benefit of increasing Mr. Ramos’ potential TV audience. What a fantástico business model!

The (not so) funny thing is that Jorge Ramos actually shelters his kids from the effects of the very policy he so adamantly advocates. How you may ask? Well, Mr. Ramos sends his kids to elite private schools, including a Miami preK-12 school with tuition that reaches above $30,000 a year per student. I think it’s fair to say most illegal immigrants aren’t footing that bill.

So the next time you hear Mr. Ramos passionately arguing that the US/Mexican border does not need a wall, remember this — he does so knowing that his kids are walled off in ways that most American children are not.

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