THIS is incredible! Illegal immigrant Paola Garcia is a senior at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky. She has been boasting that she is “undocumented, unapologetic and unafraid.” In other words, “I ain’t afraid of being deported. You can’t touch me!”
Angered by Garcia’s blatant disregard and disrespect for American law, a Trump-supporting student at Transylvania reported her to ICE.
So, the sniveling snit made the video, below, fake sniffling over the fake pain he has caused her, incredulous that someone, anyone, would want US law adhered to. She then pleaded with those watching the video and overwhelmed by her
misery acting to please contact the university and demand that the meanie who wants her deported be expelled so that she will never have to suffer the pain of having to look at him again, because she is just that special. She should never even have to endure accidentally looking at someone she doesn’t like.
They did and he was. Now that her mortal enemy has been expelled from the university, she is free to continue her boasting and daring anyone else to try such a
dirty trick civic duty.
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From the Lexington Herald-Leader
A Transylvania University student who targeted one of his classmates for deportation is no longer enrolled at the school, officials said Wednesday.
Spokeswoman Michele Sparks said senior Taylor Ragg left campus following a grievance process performed by school administrators. Citing federal privacy laws, Sparks said she could not say whether Ragg had been expelled or left voluntarily.
Ragg, a Harlan resident, posted a picture of fellow senior Paola Garcia on Facebook in August, saying “everyone go report this illegal at my school bragging about breaking the law.”
Garcia is a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allows children brought to this country without documentation to stay in the United States for school and work. On Sunday, Garcia posted a tearful video asking for help because she said Transy had not taken action against Ragg for allegedly violating the school’s anti-discrimination policy.
“Racists are emboldened today, and he’s inciting them to harass me and report me,” Garcia said in the video.
On Wednesday, Garcia said she was relieved.
“I don’t have to walk across the (graduation) stage with him, but I also feel that it isn’t over yet,” she said, citing fears of retaliation.
Transy, which came under intense pressure from the public after Garcia said the school had refused to help her, couldn’t comment specifically about the dispute between Garcia and Ragg until Wednesday because of due process requirements, Sparks said.
“The story got ahead of us,” she said. “We need to go through the policy as a university before any decision can be made.”
Ragg’s only response to a request for comment Tuesday was to say the Herald-Leader is “fake news.” He has since taken down his Facebook page.
He apparently spoke with a website called The Narrative Times, which published excerpts of emails to him from Carey’s office requesting a conversation with him about the impact of social media. The Narrative Times wrote a story sympathetic to Ragg with the headline: “ILLEGAL ALIEN Boast’s About Being Here ILLEGAL and Suddenly Get’s A REALITY CHECK!”
Garcia said she received more harassing comments Tuesday evening on Facebook after a story published by the Herald-Leader was picked up by local and national television news outlets.
She said Transy President Seamus Carey and Holly Sheilley, vice president for enrollment and student life, expressed support for her and frustration that the case took time to resolve.
Garcia, who was brought to the U.S. by her parents at the age of 2, said she was thankful for many supportive comments from those associated with the small liberal arts school near downtown Lexington, including numerous people who wrote statements on Transy’s Facebook page calling for Ragg’s expulsion.
Debate over the DACA program has become heated after President Donald Trump announced last week that the Obama-era policy would end in six months unless Congress adopts it as law.
Carey is one of six Kentucky university presidents who have signed a national letter of support for the DACA program.
I would like to see two outcomes result from Garcia’s fake tears video….
- I would like to see Bragg sue Transylvania University for many millions of dollars and win. Who needs a degree from Dracula U. when you have millions of dollars to invest for a lifetime of income? Ragg clearly did the right thing. I may be mistaken, but isn’t it the duty of anyone knowing that a crime is being committed to report it to the proper authorities? Ragg did only what the law requires him to do and Transylvania should pay dearly for punishing him for it.
- As many people as possible do exactly what Taylor Ragg did – report Garcia as a known illegal immigrant to ICE. Should you care to file an anonymous tip with ICE, the instructions on how to do so are at the link, below. I plan to file my own anonymous tip, reporting Garcia as a known illegal immigrant, in a few hours.