Azzah is a typical fourth grader in a Detroit public school. As she saw the school bus through the kitchen window, she quickly grabbed her homework assignment and books and ran out the door, coat unzipped, and ran so she could make it to the bus stop in time to catch her ride to school. Her mother yelled at her to zip her coat, but Azzah didn’t hear in the rush to make it on time.
Suddenly, as she approached the stop, a line of men in suits brandishing firearms ordered her to halt and drop to the ground. Helicoptors swooped low overhead. Her mother ran out the door to do what should could to save her daugher, but was tackled by men waiting outside the back door.
“Yep, Agent Smith, they’re guilty all right,” stated one of men as he held up a seating chart for Comerica Park.
Azzah’s mother, now in handcuffs, stuttered in disbelief, “But, but, she’s got a field trip to watch a baseball game and…”
“Shut up, bitch,” one of her captors sneered as he jerked her off the ground. As he shoved her into one of the unmarked sedans, he knocked her hijab onto the ground.
As the men, prisoners and vehicles quickly departed the scene, the senior agent thanked the school bus driver for his assistance in this important arrest. The bus driver walked back to his vehicle, head held high, knowing that he had saved America from another terrorist attack.
Does this seem like fantasy, reality or a South Park episode to you?
According to Fox News, school bus drivers are being trained to watch for potential terrorists by Homeland Security officials. Hopefully someone will save America from all the evil fourth grade children.