Before the bus even pulled up to the Statehouse, Charles Pewitt, an independent activist who supported Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul in the New Hampshire First-in-the-Nation primary, crashed the event, asking those teachers why they were supporting a president who was allowing third-world immigrants to "flood America" harming the education of native born children by diluting available funds.
At first, most of the attendees ignored the questions from Pewitt. But a few minutes in, a number of teachers said they supported open immigration policies because it made New Hampshire's schools "more diverse."
This article has been corrected regarding the spelling of Charles Pewitt's name.
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