Earlier this week, thousands of students across the nation took part in a national “walk out” to protest a perceived problem (driven by the liberal media) with physical guns, instead of focusing on the actual people behind the shootings.
Nobody protested pressure cookers after the Boston marathon bombing and nobody protested Home Depot rental trucks after a man rented one and used it to mow down dozens of pedestrians. But I digress…
One brave, pro-Constitution student decided NOT to partake in the George Soros-funded walk out protest, and he’s now paying an academic price for it…
HILLIARD, Ohio — An Ohio high school student says he tried to remain nonpolitical during school walkouts over gun violence and was suspended for a day because he stayed in a classroom instead of joining protests or the alternative, a study hall.
Hilliard senior Jacob Shoemaker says school isn’t the place for politics, and he wasn’t taking sides Wednesday.
The district says it’s responsible for students’ safety and they can’t be unsupervised.
Jacob’s citation for not following instructions was shared online by a friend, prompting a flood of messages to his father.
Scott Shoemaker says some people thought his son was suspended for walking out, and angry comments accumulated, including some that mistook Scott for the principal. He says he also got a couple death threats and had to consider switching phone numbers.
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