Another mass shooting event thwarted by the front line defenders at Oak Mill Pond Elementary in Massachusetts.
Via the Daily Caller:
Yet another student has landed in a heap of trouble for having something that represents a gun, but isn’t actually anything like a real gun.
This time, the perpetrator was a six-year-old boy. The menacing weapon in question was a plastic Lego G.I. Joe gun roughly the size of a quarter, reports WGGB-TV.
The incident unfolded Friday morning on a school bus headed to Old Mill Pond Elementary School in Palmer, Mass. Another student on the bus spotted the Lego piece and promptly shouted to the driver.
Mieke Crane, the mother of the unnamed kindergartener who made the mistake of bringing the miniature weapon on the bus, is not happy.
“I think they overreacted, totally. I totally do,” Crane told WGGB.
Honestly, if we could just get these educators who punish little kids for making pop tarts into the shape of a gun or bringing in fake Lego guns, placed on security detail in Benghazi or Boston, we’d be a safer nation.
The child was forced to write a letter of apology to the bus driver, served a detention, and may be temporarily suspended from riding the bus.
All for being a kid.
When the educators are clearly less intelligent than the students they teach, then you know our school systems are in serious peril.