On Wednesday thousands of high school students walked out of class in a national protest against gun violence. The protests were organized by far left groups including the radical Women’s March. One student was threatened by his principalto be put in a police car after he carried the sign, “Guns don’t kill people, People kill people.”
Police say the incident happened outside of the school while students were observing a moment of silence in remembrance of victims of school shootings. “As students were observing a moment of silence, two students confronted the flag-baring student across the street from campus,” CBS Minnesota reports. “Six other students joined in the confrontation, taking away his flag, damaging his camera and inflicting minor injuries.” The principal did not agree with the message. 100% Fed Up reported on the incident.
A student walked out without saying a word peacefully put up his sign which said “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” he was escorted off the property by the principal and threatened to be put into a police car. pic.twitter.com/Rf2hfBmUf5
— The Red Elephants 🐘 (@RealRedElephant) March 15, 2018
The viral video below was posted on Facebook by Kenny McDonald: Kids at our school today walked out, in honor of the 17 students killed in Florida. Students held signs that said, “Arm our teachers” they had two signs. A student walked out without saying a word peacefully put up his sign which said “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” he was escorted off the property by our principal and threatened to be put into a police car. This violates the first amendment and makes me sick that they can do whatever they want. Please make this go viral. Location: New Prague High school, Minnesota.