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June 12, 2020
Cops Were Called on This 11-Year-Old for Having a BB Gun — IN HIS HOME — During a Virtual Class
Most of you reading this already have no patience for leftists who complain about guns. Or leftists who complain. Maybe just leftists. That's even before the past few weeks of riots and #DefundThePolice (see OPINION: IF WE'RE GOING TO 'DEFUND THE POLICE' THEN WE NEED TO DEREGULATE THE SECOND AMENDMENT. FAIR? and IN THE 'LOONEY TUNES' REBOOT, THEY ARE TAKING ELMER FUDD'S GUN AWAY). Calling the cops because you saw an 11-year-old with a BB gun is bad enough. Calling them because you saw him with a BB gun on the wall behind him IN HIS HOME while he is on a Zoom school lesson? Oh hell to the ever-loving no.
Courtney was told someone had seen the guns in her son's bedroom during a Google Meet class on his laptop. "I thought, this is outrageous. This is despicable," she said. "I had no idea what in the world could this be over? BB guns never even once entered my mind. How many 11-year-old boys have BB guns?" According to emails Courtney later exchanged with a school administrator, a screenshot was taken during the online class. The principal of Seneca Elementary was notified. Courtney says she was told the school safety officer then called police. "I felt violated as a parent, for my child, who's standing there with police officers in his room, just to see the fear on his face," she said.
I'm usually against social media shaming. But the woman who narced on the kid needs to have her face spread far and wide all over the interwebs. This is worse than suspending the kid who bit a Pop-Tart into looking like a gun, because that at least happened in school. This was a gun hanging on the wall behind someone in his house while he was trying to do Common Core math. He wasn't even playing with it. It was just there.
Secondly, I'd like to know why police were even allowed into the house to talk to the kid. This seems like it was unwarranted. As in there wasn't a warrant. As in there was no basis for a warrant. So how in Gia's good green earth did cops get into the house in the first place?
Listen up: people are terrible and will try to stomp all over, or take away, your rights. Learn what the rights are. Based on what I've read, these coppers had no right to be in this woman's home. Why were they there?
Everyday, homeschooling sounds like a more attractive option. As does an EMP that wipes out social media if not all of the internet.
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