Student Protester Escorted from School Property and Threatened to Be Put in Police Car After Holding Up Pro-Second Amendment Sign

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.”

The principal did not agree with the message.

Via Red Elephants:

100% Fed Up reported on the incident.

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.

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