- The Washington Times - Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Rutgers University-Camden just hosted an event to teach illegals — to teach illegals and their families only — how to get into college.

The event, once again, was for illegals only.

But that’s not discriminatory? Or special interest? Of course it is. What’s more, it’s a slap in the face to America’s law and order — to America’s constitutional system and border policy.

“Rutgers University-Camden is proud to host an information session and serve fair on the college application process for DACA and otherwise undocumented students and families,” a flyer for the events states, as noted by Campus Reform.

Specifically, college officials aimed to teach how to navigate the financial aid and school scholarship maze — so that illegals could tap into U.S. funding flows to stay illegally in America even longer.

This is such an outrage — and it’s not the first for Rutgers. In 2015, Rutgers-Newark hosted a college fair for illegals, even promising on its promotional flyers to conceal the identities of those who attended.

Hope the federal government is watching. At the least, such gatherings would seem to provide an ideal setting for federal immigration folks to pop in and set up a presence.

Even better: It’s round-up time. With so many illegals in such a confined spot, it seems an excellent opportunity for immigration enforcement officials to take some action and make clear this administration — this White House — doesn’t turn a collective blind eye to border law breakers.

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