THE PC WAR WAGES: Students Can Now Be SUSPENDED For Doing This [WATCH]

And you probably thought the assault on the Second Amendment couldn’t get any worse…

Well, this kid might disagree.

Zachary Bowlin, a seventh-grader at Edgewood Middle School in Trenton, received 10 days of suspension because he ‘Liked’ a picture of an airsoft gun on Instagram.

The school claims it wasn’t the gun, but the caption with it that just said “ready”.

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Bowlin said he and his friends like to play with the airsoft guns.

The school said the post indicated potential violence.

The school sent out an email to parents the morning after Bowlin liked the post, saying they had learned of an “alleged threat” of a student bringing a gun to school.

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The suspension was ultimately dropped after speaking to Bowlin and his parents.

Should he have been suspended at all? Do you think the school had a legitimate reason to suspend Bowlin?

Let us know in the comments below.

 

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