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LeBron’s ‘Everything Free’ School Isn’t Free After All, Costing Taxpayers WAY More Than Him

If you thought the always switching teams, complaining about air conditioning, constant flopper, a freak athlete who isn’t a team leader or clutch in the playoffs guy known as Lebron James was paying for everything with that new socialist-sounding “I Promise” school he’s supposedly starting, then you’re wrong. You’re so wrong and you’ve been misled by the mainstream media or some Lebron James groupie who thinks “the king” does all. What a “LeJoke.”

Nope. From what it looks like on paper, it doesn’t seem like Lebron James has all that much to do with it other than a few dollars. Speaking of money, you should see how much his school is costing taxpayers. In fact, it’s being reported that the taxpayers will pay four times the amount that Lebron’s foundation is paying. Sounds like a “LeFraud” to me.

The school is tied in with the public district and will reportedly cost the school district $8 million to run. They’ll shuffle funding, teachers, and students from other schools to make it work. Work for who? What about improving all the schools instead of just making a supposedly special school that has limited enrollment capacity? What happened to the greater good and making sure everyone is taken care of instead of just the kids in that one particular school? Wait, actually that doesn’t sound bad at all because not every school is the same. The problem is that the taxpayers are mostly funding it and they may not want to, especially if their kid doesn’t get in – or they don’t have kids. But the kids get free bikes though, so there’s a bonus. What if you don’t have children? Then who gets the free bike? Not everyone cares about a “LeBike.”

Daily Wire reported “James’ foundation will contribute $2 million per year once the school is fully functioning with all eight grades in session.

“The coverage made it look like the whole thing is his,” district spokesman Mark Williamson said. “He did a lot, but taxpayers should know it’s their investment too.”

James’ “I Promise” school is expected to be “finished by 2022 with first through eighth grades.”

Cleveland.com notes that James’ foundation has already spent in the millions to help get the school going, which has reportedly been years in the making.

“This school would not have happened without the partnership with LeBron James,” added district Treasurer Ryan Pendleton.”

Call me crazy, but I really think this is just LeBron paying his “LeTaxes” by donating the money. $2 million? What a joke. Is this all part of the Lebron James sideshow?

Maybe the taxpayers should share this story with their friends so everyone is aware of what’s really going on. “LeBuffoon” is paying $2 million (not a lot compared to his income) and the taxpayers are forking out $8 million.

The “I Promise” school that supposedly has tons of free things is not free after all. See how that works? Someone always has to pay. In this case, they’re all paying and some of them won’t ever use the school because their kids are older, don’t get in, or they don’t even have kids.

LeBron’s $2 million in donations could’ve been better spent hiring more teachers to reduce class size in the district he donated to. Nothing sucks more than a crowded classroom with no supplies.

But hey, at least the kids can all ride their free “LeBike” home after school!

Meanwhile, mommy and daddy are paying for it on their “LeTaxes.”

Everyone knows that a “free everything” doesn’t work – someone always pays.

 

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