Posted 17 March 2018 - 03:57 PM
Student Suspended for Refusing to Leave Classroom During Gun Control #Walkout
MARCH 16, 2018
By Matt Agorist
The idea that this week’s school walkout was some grassroots movement by students who are seeking to challenge the status quo is a farce. The entire walkout was organized and sanctioned by the establishment and, as an incident out of Ohio shows, in one instance, choosing a side was even mandatory.
On Wednesday, millions of students across the country were encouraged by the government, mainstream media, and even their own school systems to walk out of class and demand the government take away their rights. It was, by no means, a challenge of authority and, in fact, it was a celebration of it.
Hilliard Davidson High School senior Jacob Shoemaker proved this point when he received a suspension for refusing to leave the classroom to participate in the walkout.
According to school officials, students were told they could participate in the walkout or go to the commons area for an alternative study hall. Shoemaker said he did not want to choose a side so he remained in the classroom instead.
Shoemaker told the Associated Press that school is not the place for divisive politics and to make his statement, he chose not to take sides. So, the 18 year old was suspended.
School district spokesperson Stacie Raterman said official policy prohibited school officials from leaving Shoemaker unattended in the building for “security reasons,” 10TV reported.
Shoemaker told 10TV that he knew remaining in class would come with consequences and he was prepared to receive whatever punishment he had coming.
When he received the suspension, a friend published a photo of the notice online where it quickly went viral.
“Student refused to follow instructions after being warned repeatedly by several administrators,” the letter said. “Student not permitted on school property.”
Edited by Mario Milano, 17 March 2018 - 03:57 PM.
Posted 17 March 2018 - 04:09 PM
A student was suspended for refusing to participate in the march or the anti-march option.
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.
Here’s the paperwork on that.
Using high schoolers as political tools has certainly upped the ante, but I’m not sure this benefits the Jew gun-grabbers at all.
It is such naked emotional manipulation. Because obviously, no one thinks that like, high school students have relevant political beliefs, so the obvious and only potential purpose of it is to emotionally manipulate.
And people are really getting fed-up with that sort of thing.
“Hebrew Fatigue” is what that is called.
Edited by Mario Milano, 17 March 2018 - 04:11 PM.
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