June 17, 2013

Maryland Epicenter of Gun-O-Phobia

Maryland where interrogating five-year-olds till they wet their pants is not child abuse. You know, unless their parents did it. Then they'd throw the book at those tea baggers!

School officials in Calvert County, Maryland have denied a request to expunge the suspension of the kindergartener who brought a plastic cap gun on a school bus last month and then wet his pants during a subsequent interrogation.

School district officials had no comment about the decision.

The entire country has seen an epidemic of anti-gun hysteria in school settings involving things that somehow resemble guns but aren’t actually real guns. However, the state of Maryland seems to be some sort of epicenter for the phenomenon.

Last week, Anne Arundel County school district officials denied an eerily similar appeal to have Baltimore-area second-grader Joshua Welch’s suspension expunged. Welch is the eight-year-old kid who was suspended for two days in March because his teacher thought he shaped a breakfast pastry into something resembling a gun.

By Howie at 01:48 PM | Comments |