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Suspended for Playing Cops and Robbers? The Continuing Wussification of America | Daniel J. Mitchell – the Conservative Top 10

Suspended for Playing Cops and Robbers? The Continuing Wussification of America | Daniel J. Mitchell

I’ve had fun documenting and comparing examples of government stupidity in both the United States and United Kingdom, and today’s story clearly belongs on those lists.

Send this kid to a re-education camp!

It’s also an example of a perverse anti-gun mentality.

How else can you explain a school in Talbot County, Maryland, suspending a couple of young boys for the supposedly horrible offense of making gun shapes with their fingers while playing cops and robbers?!?

Here are some of the details from a local news report.

There’s controversy at a Talbot County school after two 6-year-old boys were suspended while playing cops and robbers during recess and using their fingers to make an imaginary gun. “It’s ridiculous,” said parent Julia Merchant.

There’s a reason this story may seem familiar.

This is the second time a Maryland child has been suspended for such play. Earlier this month, 6-year-old Rodney Lynch was suspended from his Montgomery County school after pretending to fire an imaginary gun more than once.

He fired his finger more than once? That might mean he has a semi-automatic finger! Oh, the horror.

Amazingly, the school in Montgomery County backed down after parents objected.

The school reversed its decision after Rodney’s parents appealed. “They’re saying he threatened a student, threatened to shoot a student. He was playing,” said Rodney’s father, Rodney Lynch Sr. …A number of parents agree. “Suspending them is a bit harsh and I don’t think that’s gonna do any good for the parent, child or school,” said Janet Geotzky.

It’s unclear what’s going to happen with this new incident (or, more accurately, non-incident) in Talbot County.

But I know what should happen if we want to discourage further episodes of political correctness run amok.

  1. The person (I assume a teacher) who filed the initial complaint should be suspended.
  2. The bureaucrat (I assume school principal) who suspended the boys should be fired.
  3. The children (all of them, not just the two who were suspended) should be given toy guns and encouraged to play like normal kids.

Have I missed something?

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Don’t miss this great article that reveals the truth about Assault Rifles that seems to be too complicated for your average TV journalist and Progressive politician to understand:

All You Need To Know About “Assault” Rifles

And this thoughtful piece from Forbes:

Thoughts On Guns and Gun Control From Someone Who Doesn’t Own One – Forbes

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