7 Kids Who Were Punished By Schools For Using Imaginary Guns

October 1, 2013 in News by The Manimal

Source: Town Hall

There was a time in America when the first priority of our schools was educating our children. That’s no longer the case. Today, schools are primarily job programs for the unions and indoctrination centers for the Left. The great teachers in our schools are now used as cover for the mediocrities, the overpaid administrators, and the blatant attempts to force feed liberalism to children before they become experienced enough to recognize all the problems associated with it.

Since the Left has been losing the public battle to curtail the 2nd Amendment, liberals started fighting it in a place where they feel like they can get away with anything, our schools. Towards that end, they’ve instituted “no tolerance” policies that harshly punish children for wielding imaginary weapons. Even though no crimes are committed, no one is in danger, and no one is being hurt, these schools are persecuting children for pretending to play with guns.

The real problem here isn’t the kids; it’s the teachers, principals, and school boards that are allowing this to happen and it’s time we put a stop to it. When a kid is kicked out of school for playing with an imaginary weapon, they should be deluged with complaints. Conservative groups should offer to sue the school on behalf of the parents. The people responsible should lose their jobs. We won’t need to do that a hundred times. Take three or four schools, makes examples out of them, and then you’ll be surprised at how quickly the rest of the schools outside of the most hopelessly blue parts of the country start to become reasonable.

1) Suspended For Playing With Airsoft Guns In Their Own Yard (Virginia Beach, Va): Aidan Clark, Khalid Caraballo and a third friend were given three month suspensions for shooting spring-driven airsoft guns at each other on Caraballo’s property. No one was arrested, no one was hurt, no crimes were committed, but all three children were suspended from school for AT LEAST three months. If a school can suspend kids for doing something legal on their own property that has nothing to do with the school, what’s next? Suspending children for owning toy guns? Suspending them because their parents are in the NRA?