School Official Declares the Term ‘Illegal Alien’ to Be Equal to ‘N-Word,’ Audio Recording Reveals

A North Carolina school administrator has argued that using the term “illegal alien” is equal to the use of the “N-word,” a new audio recording has revealed.

New audio and screenshots from administrators and school board members responsible for suspending 16-year-old student Christian McGhee were released on Monday.

McGhee was suspended from school for using the term “illegal alien” in class.

However, “illegal alien” is a legal term, not a slur, used to describe a person who has entered the country unlawfully.

The Liberty Justice Center filed a preliminary injunction Tuesday requesting that a three-day suspension be expunged from McGhee’s record.

The organization has filed a lawsuit against the Davidson County School Board on McGhee’s behalf.

McGhee and his family are currently suing the school board over what they consider a harsh punishment for an innocent question.

The injunction included new evidence, including audio recordings of an administrator explaining the rationale behind the three-day suspension as being otherwise “unfair” to students who served the suspension “for saying the n-word.”

According to the evidence, the administrator said:

“He swears to me he wasn’t trying to be intentionally rude by asking that, so I talked to him about asking that question by saying ‘illegal alien’ versus ‘those people that need a green card.’

“There’s respectful ways of asking that question and there are very disrespectful ways of asking that question.”

He added, “I agree that three days out of school is harsh, but it’s a line we drew in August and even though it hurt to give him that because I didn’t want to go there…but we decided that in August.

“And if I don’t give him that, then I’m being unfair to the 15 other kids that have served that up until now for saying the n-word or anything else under the sun that’s racially charged that creates a disruption in the classroom.”

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As Slay News reported in April, Christian McGhee was suspended for three days after asking a teacher whether her reference to the word “aliens” referred to “space aliens, or illegal aliens who need green cards.”

After a student allegedly threatened to “kick his a*s” for using the term, Christian was referred to the assistant principal who concluded it was a “racially motivated comment which disrupts class.”

In the audio, the administrator explained that the other student later laughed off the comment.

Nevertheless, the punishment still needed to remain in force, the administrator asserted.

“[H]e thought it was funny or at least he laughed about it and said, ‘Oh, it’s no big deal,’ and in the hallway, when I was talking to both boys and Miss Hill, said ‘Those are just words. It’s not a big deal right?’ and I said, ‘No, sir, those words do make a big deal out of this the way they were said and their meaning,’” the administrator said.

The injunction also included screenshots of messages between school board member Ashley Carroll and community leaders where she lambasted Christian and his mother Leah for pushing back on the suspension.

“Would you beat a kids [sic] a– who was making antisemitism comments,” one of Carroll’s messages to a community leader who is Jewish read.

She added, “It’s a 3 day suspension. It’s not the end of the world.”

Caroll also shared Leah’s mugshot from an old arrest.

“Here’s the mom’s record if you want to know what kind of person you are dealing with,” Carroll wrote to a former law enforcement officer.

“Didn’t you work hard to get drug dealers off the streets?”

In a press release, Senior Counsel at the Liberty Justice Center Buck Dougherty said, “The Davidson County School Board has not only invented a racial incident out of thin air but then gone on to violate a student’s rights to free speech and due process to punish him for that invented incident.”

“What we have here is an administration that refuses to admit its wrongdoing, and a kid caught in the crossfire,” he added.

“We are proud to stand with Christian and his family, and urge the court to order the removal of this wrongful suspension from Christian’s record.”

In a statement, Education Freedom Attorney Dean McGee, who is representing the McGhee family, said:

“We think the preliminary injunction will be granted which will clear our client’s record as the case proceeds.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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