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Little Boy Suspended for Outlandish Reason

The reason has people rebelling against the schools insane rules.

There was a time in America when a gun was a perfectly normal gift for a kid.

Pellet guns and targets were considered components of childhood fun.

And plastic, cap-popping six-shooters were staples for many a young aspiring cowboy.

But these days, there’s a revolt against that rodeo, and we’re being told that gun ownership is bull.

After all, is it not the bullet that begets the crime?

And in our new sanitized era of safety, the mere idea of any kind of firearm can send people up a tree. Or to the Powers That Be.

Just ask the parents of 4th grader Ka’Mauri Harrison.

In September, the 9-year-old was taking part in an online class.

Along the way, the teacher caught a frightening sight in the boy’s bedroom — a BB gun.

The Daily Wire lays it out:

Harrison was…taking a test over a video stream when his teacher began waving at him. Since he was taking a test, Harrison’s computer was muted so he didn’t know why his teacher seemed upset. He moved to unmute her, but the livestream ended.

The teacher reported the (allegedly) unloaded gun to the school.

The result: a threat of expulsion.

Fortunately, the school took it easy: They only suspended him.

For six days.

And why?

As it turned out, Ka’Mauri’s bedroom was an extension of the school. And everyone knows: A school is a Gun-Free Zone.

In the words of NOLA.com, the principal made the determination because of the grade-schooler “possessing a weapon during a school-sponsored event.”

Amid a public controversy, the Louisiana state legislature passed a law in Ka’Mauri’s name.

Per New Orleans’s WDSU 6, the Ka’Mauri Harrison Act “requires school districts to review their school policies and write new ones for virtual students and expands avenues for appeals in certain cases.”

In November, Gov. John Bel Edwards signed it into law.

Meanwhile, Ka’Mauri’s parents fought the suspension, which led to a six-hour hearing before the Jefferson Parish School Board December 4th.

As relayed by WWL-TV, Harrison attorney Chelsea Cusimano asked the little boy, “Are you aware you were suspended because you brought a BB gun to school?”

He replied that he didn’t do that.

But former teacher and school board member Simeon Dickerson tried to really sock it to ’em:

“I know what a BB gun looks like. And you know what it resembles? A real gun. Okay? It resembles a real gun.”

To be clear, K’Mauri’s weapon of war got screen time when he moved it — his dad explained during the hearing — so his little brother wouldn’t trip over it. The two children share a room.

But the school board wasn’t sufficiently impressed by his courtesy.

It did agree to change Ka’Mauri’s record — it now states he had three unexcused absences.

The record also indicates he was suspended for three days.

So a retraction? That’s a N’awlins “No.”

The district released a statement:

“We hope it is clear that we have and will continue to follow state law in regards to disciplinary matters. We are committed to making and standing by decisions that are in the best interests of our students and schools.”

Safe indeed — even from BB guns that have no BB’s.

At least Ka’Mauri’s not alone — see Jennifer Van Laar’s Baltimore breakdown, “Police Search Home After Teachers See 11-Year-Old’s BB Gun Hanging on Wall During Virtual Classroom.”

As for the knee-knocking near New Orleans, if the teacher was frightened by that empty pea-shooter on the computer monitor, I hope they never catch sight of a Civil War film — they’ll think they’re about to be shot by a cannon.

 

What do you think?

Written by Joshua Jackson

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  1. The biggest problem with our public schools is liberal administrators, most of whom are failed teachers who could not achieve in the classroom!

  2. This is so crazy. Next they will be in Mama & Dads bedroom.. Watch it you parent that have online kids. This is just the beginning of what the Progressives want to do.. They will treat people like slaves as we become more and more Socialist.. This is what you get with Biden /Harris in the White house!!.. They will destroy our way of life……………

  3. If people let this 1984 crap continue there will no safe place from morons that should worry about their own problems and lives. I am 63 years of age and grew up shooting. My parents taught me to do so at age 8. They also taught me consequences for actions. What a shame that don’t happen in the school system anymore. Maybe if it did we wouldn’t have some of the problems we are?

  4. Sorry to say this teacher has NO COMMON SENCE One dumb Person .Bedroom is not a extension of the school. This is the crap the kid’s have to deal with. .Someone needs to teach the teacher and all above her to think before you put your mouth in gear…Need to give this school system some smarts on life,not their kind of stupidity!!

  5. My prediction is in maybe 2 generations American citizens will give up their guns willingly.
    Our schools are indoctrinating children to think guns are awful and only evil people will own them.
    Then we will have to way to protect ourselves against the evil regime that will be the Biden/Harris administration. Glad I’m old. I remember when we were relatively free.

  6. Remember when people and teachers in particular had some common sense? We have some asinine
    people in positions of authority. A gun is not dangerous! It is merely a tool such as an axe or a chainsaw. If there is a danger, the danger lies with the operator, not the tool. My whole family has been surrounded by guns, both long guns and handguns, all their lives. We all hunt, shoot, and load ammunition and no gun has ever jumped up and shot one of us. Oh, and did I mention my 35 years in law enforcement?

    • Thanks for your service, Brother Bill. I’m 72 and grew up around all types of weapons. I received my first weapon, a Daisey Rough Rider BB-gun on my 7th B-Day from my Mom and Dad. My Grandpa equally built a small range in the backyard of his and Grandmother’s house.

      Oh, I was taught by my Grandfather, a former US Marshall on the Rosebud Reservation, how to show my rifle safely; he also taught me how to use a pistol properly. My training was further reinforced by the Military, 27 years of honorable service.
      ————————————————————————————————————————————————–
      Sign me: A Proud American Patriot and a retired Combat Veteran. ‘Nam (’68-’69), A Co. 228ASHB, 1st Cavalry Division (AM). Also served during Desert Storm (Feb 91 – May 91) with the USAF at Nellis AFB.

      Enlisted at 17 into the U.S. Army Dec 20, ’63 and retired from the IdANG Apr 1, ’92 as an E-6. I would do it again because my OATH will never, never expire.
      ************************************************************************************************
      Served as a 19D30 (Cav Scout): If I’m ever called, I’ll lead the way, Brothers and Sisters! So keep your powder dry and your weapons clean and near at hand!”.

      “SCOUTS OUT!”
      ——————————————————————————————————————————————————
      “May the Great Spirit watch over us and guide our steps for all eternity.”

  7. Thanks for your service, Brother Bill. I’m 72 and grew up around all types of weapons. I received my first weapon, a Daisey Rough Rider BB-gun on my 7th B-Day from my Mom and Dad. My Grandpa equally built a small range in the backyard of his and Grandmother’s house.

    Oh, I was taught by my Grandfather, a former US Marshall on the Rosebud Reservation, how to shoot my rifle safely; he also taught me how to use a pistol properly. My training was further reinforced by the Military, 27 years of honorable service.
    ————————————————————————————————————————————————–
    Sign me: A Proud American Patriot and a retired Combat Veteran. ‘Nam (’68-’69), A Co. 228ASHB, 1st Cavalry Division (AM). Also served during Desert Storm (Feb 91 – May 91) with the USAF at Nellis AFB.

    Enlisted at 17 into the U.S. Army Dec 20, ’63 and retired from the IdANG Apr 1, ’92 as an E-6. I would do it again because my OATH will never, never expire.
    ************************************************************************************************
    Served as a 19D30 (Cav Scout): If I’m ever called, I’ll lead the way, Brothers and Sisters! So keep your powder dry and your weapons clean and near at hand!”.

    “SCOUTS OUT!”
    ——————————————————————————————————————————————————
    “May the Great Spirit watch over us and guide our steps for all eternity.”

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