5-Year-Old Girl Suspended from School for
Holding a Stick that "Looked Like a Gun"

By Matt Agorist. March 29th, 2017

Hoke County, NC -- In a most ridiculous nanny/police state move, a five-year-old kindergartner has been suspended from school for playing with a stick -- because it looked like a gun.

A North Carolina mom is speaking out after she says her daughter was suspended last week for playing with a stick that resembled a gun. Brandy Miller said her daughter Caitlin was suspended Friday after she and some friends were playing "King and Queen" during recess.

As WTVD reports, in the game, Caitlin played a guard, protecting the royals, and picked up the "stick gun" to imitate shooting an intruder into the kingdom.

Apparently, one of the teachers saw the dangerous 'stick gun' and reported the five-year-old to the principal's office. It gets worse.

Instead of simply telling the girl that it's not allowed to point inanimate pieces of shrubbery at others and pretend it's a gun, the Hoke County school system actually released a statement saying, Caitlin "posed a threat to other students when she made a shooting motion," according to the report. .......

We reported 3/24/17 about a four year old being suspended for having a .22 cartridge case at school - now here is yet another totally ridiculous example of zero tolerance - the 'dangerous' stick! It has to be wondered whether there is much left that has not been so far regarded as requiring suspension, although over recent years even simple objects like a pencil have been "found guilty". As has been stated before, let's have some sense for a change and perhaps even some teaching on gun safety.

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