EMS Worker Tells Mom “We’re Agents of the State” During Home Inspection
Mother targeted because she homeschools her son
Paul Joseph Watson
May 1, 2014
After a concerned mother called 911 fearing her son was choking, an EMS worker proceeded to conduct an inspection of her house on the premise that she homeschooled, telling the woman “we’re agents of the state”.
Krista Spinks Bordelon of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, called for an ambulance after her asthmatic son began complaining of chest pains and turning red in the face.
“It was one of those “should I call should I not call” situations,” wrote Bordelon on a private Facebook page for homsechool parents. “They were super rude when they got there immediately telling me he was fine.”
However, the situation became even worse when one of the EMS supervisors asked Bordelon why her son wasn’t in school. When she replied that her son was homeschooled, the worker began conducting an inspection of Bordelon’s house, telling her “we’re agents of the state”.
“I was told by their supervisor that they are now agents of the state,” wrote Bordelon, adding, “That is probably where it all stemmed from (apart from their rudeness and bad interactions with me and my son – who is autistic.) But a report was definitely filed.”