This is madness! This project had approval for the project a year in advance but this kid still needs an evaluation? Welcome to Hillary’s America.
Officials at a New Jersey high school ordered a senior student to undergo a psychiatric evaluation over a project concerning gun rights which had been approved one year prior.
Administrators reprimanded Manville High School student Frank Harvey after they found the project on a USB flash drive he left behind in one of the school computers.
“I’ve never been a violent person,” Harvey told News 12 New Jersey. “I’ve never had detention in my life.”
Harvey says the video project – which featured pro-gun statistics, instances in which guns had successfully been used in self defense and political cartoons depicting gun free zones in a negative light – was approved by a teacher, who even awarded him an “A.”
Check out slides from the student’s project:
“It was assigned by the teacher, and I got the topic, which was anti-gun control, approved by the teacher,” Harvey stated.
After police questioning, Harvey was cleared.