[Video] Father Wants Teacher Suspended For Giving His Son Toy Gun as Christmas Present

January 23 2014
by GSL Staff
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No good deed goes unpunished. That’s the lesson a Tacoma, Washington math teacher is learning this month following a seemingly good deed in December.

The step father of an eighth grade student is calling for the suspension of his son’s math teacher after the unidentified teacher gave the boy a toy gun as a Christmas present.

The teacher allowed students to pick a gift from a table of toys. The toys came from a student teacher who bought them (presumably out of their own money) while on a field trip with another class.

In the above video, the boy’s father demonstrates how the extremely obvious toy gun has a “pretty good sized clip” and can fire tiny rubber projectiles “so fast you can’t even see them come out.” For the record, I can seem them.

The boy’s father says his son would be expelled if he brought the gun to school, so he wants the teacher to suffer the same fate.

Are you serious?! Are you F***KING serious? You want to ruin the career of someone who has chosen to educate children for next to no money, who cares so much about their students that they buy them Christmas gifts? REALLY?!

I can somewhat understand you not wanting your child to have a certain kind of toy that isn’t in line with your method of parenting. Fine. Take the toy and let the school know. However, there is no need to suspend an educator in an already strained education system for trying to do something nice for your child.

I used to assume most of the anti-gun hysteria in our schools was due to political pressure, but I’m starting to see it’s actually coming from parents. Idiotic parents.

This is just the latest example of the zero tolerance hysteria which has swept our nation’s schools.

Check out our article, The Plan to Disarm America Within Two Generations is Happening RIGHT NOW for more details on how these school policies will be the downfall of the Second Amendment.

Source: King5

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