As we know well by now far left anti-gun politicians and celebrities have wasted no time at all in politicizing a national tragedy in order to further their own agenda. And the Parkland Florida school Valentine’s Day massacre is no exception.
The far left along with the help of anti-gun celebs and communist teachers have now coerced students from all over the country to further their own gun grabbing agenda. By staging a walkout to protest guns during school hours. Because you know, the agenda is a lot more important than anything these kids might be learning in school during that time.
Luckily for us Constitution abiding Americans, we have Texas, which isn’t having any of this agenda forwarding farse being put on by these kids.
According to the Houston Chronicle the superintendent of the Needville Independent School District in the great state of Texas has made very clear that if students walk out of school to protest, they will be met with a 3-day suspension.
Needville Superintendent Curtis Rhodes sent the following message to parents and students in a letter and on social media:
The Needville ISD is very sensitive to violence in schools including the recent incident in Florida. Anytime an individual deliberately chooses to harm others, we are sensitive and compassionate to those impacted. There is a “movement” attempting to stage walkouts/disruptions of the school through social media and/or other media outlets.
Please be advised that the Needville ISD will not allow a student demonstration during school hours for any type of protest or awareness!! Should students choose to do so, they will be suspended from school for 3 days and face all the consequences that come along with an out of school suspension. Life is all about choices and every choice has a consequence whether it be positive or negative. We will discipline no matter if it is one, fifty, or five hundred students involved. All will be suspended for 3 days and parent notes will not alleviate the discipline.
A school is a place to learn and grow educationally, emotionally and morally. A disruption of school will not be tolerated.
Respect yourself, your fellow students and the Needville Independent School District and please understand that we are here for an education and not a political protest.
Ok, time to call a spade a spade. These kids are all for banning our guns. But they mention nothing about the multiple failures law enforcement committed which could have stopped this shooting from ever happening. They blame President Trump who’s only been in office for a year but forget, or just aren’t educated enough to know that former President Barack Hussein Obama had a super majority from 2009-2011, and he did nothing about guns or immigration for that matter. Instead, he gave us the fiasco that is Obamacare.
Hey kids, you really want to really make a difference? Tell your parents that when you get out of line sometimes good old-fashioned discipline does the trick. It worked for Generation X and all prior generations. And GenX was the last generation to not go to school to shoot up their fellow classmates and friends.
Do you want to really solve this issue? Let’s go back to the days when parents were parents and quack psychologists were laughed at and ridiculed for their asinine ideas.
Needville ISD Superintendent Curtis Rhodes on Tuesday threatened to suspend any student who disrupts schools or walks out to protest current gun laws.
In a letter sent to families and published on schools’ social media sites, Rhodes said students would face a three-day, out-of-school suspension if they joined in growing protests nationwide over the shooting at a Florida high school last week.
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“Life is all about choices and every choice has a consequence whether it be positive or negative. We will discipline no matter if it is one, fifty, or five hundred students involved,” Rhodes wrote. “All will be suspended for 3 days and parent notes will not alleviate the discipline.”
In a show of solidarity, students from West Boca Raton High School walked out of their classrooms Tuesday, bound for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in nearby Parkland, where 17 students were gunned down in their classrooms last week. (Feb. 20)
Student organizers in Florida are planning a March for our Lives on March 24 in Washington, D.C. to demand action on gun control. A National School Walkout planned by the Women’s March organizers is set for March 14.
A National School Walkout is set for April 20, the anniversary of the 1999 mass shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado. The walkout is being organized by a Connecticut student who lives near Sandy Hook Elementary where 20 students and six staff members were gunned down in 2012.
The student uprisings follow a mass shooting that killed 17 at a Parkland, Florida high school on Feb. 14. A 19-year-old former student has been charged.
Rhodes said the school district is sensitive to violence in schools, but said his schools’ are focused on education, not political protests.
“A school is a place to learn and grow educationally, emotionally and morally,” Rhodes wrote.
“A disruption of the school will not be tolerated.”