Seems there are an awful lot of people making unsavory jokes these days.
VIA KRCR News 7:
A Shasta High School student handed out 'deportation' letters to students of different ethnicities, according to Jim Cloney the Shasta High School Unified School District Superintendent.
Cloney noted the student recorded himself handing out letters with with word 'deportation' on it. The video was then posted onto Twitter.
The student was contacted and told administrators it was done as a joke.
The video has since been taken down, Cloney said.
Cloney added the school will not tolerate this behavior. However it was not clear what actions the school has taken, if any, to discipline the student.
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