Ken Bone Says Son Was Suspended From School For Gun-Range Photo… Twitter Responds!
How do you know when public schools are totally out of control? When the admins use photographic evidence of legal behavior as means to shame and intimidate the students who did nothing wrong off campus!
Since when is going to the range with your parent against the law? Without associated threats or behavior, this isn’t warranted. Should this administrator be fired?
Remember this photo from a few days ago? Well, a school administrator saw it and now my son is suspended from school pending a police investigation. pic.twitter.com/tTXSBDo39g
— Ken Bone (@kenbone18) April 26, 2018
Ken Bone – known for the now infamous red cardigan worn at a 2016 presidential election debate – claims his son has been suspended from school after he posted a photo of the duo learning how to shoot an AR-15 at a gun range, The River Front Times reported.
Bone posted the photo on Tuesday. He captioned the picture, “Here’s a pic of my son learning to shoot safely under my supervision. Maybe those security guys want to talk to him.”
What your son does off campus and with you is none of the schools business. My opinion!! Where’s the angry button on Twitter?
— Janet Jacobson (@4of5) April 26, 2018
What kinda country are we living in where a father can’t take his own son to the range??? He wasn’t threatening anyone and his father was right there with him in the photo. This is ridiculous
— Jack Collins (@JackCollinsUSA) April 26, 2018
He was not doing anything illegal and it was his own time…I think that school district is asking for a lawsuit…#gestapotactics
— Linder 🇺🇸 (@WYVettelvr) April 27, 2018
The left is afraid that our kids won’t live in fear and put all their faith in the government. And government schools are run by the left.
— DeplorableMe (@US_First) April 27, 2018
Okay! I’ll play! This is my 14 year old granddaughter shooting my Ruger Mini-14 with an ATI folding/collapsible stock and a 30 round magazine under my supervision. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/gxtRAIJN33
— The Centurion (@KentHorton) April 27, 2018
Don’t worry I am a bad parent too…lol pic.twitter.com/kLEP1xr3PP
— Justin Grimes (@DO_AuctionBlock) April 26, 2018
Yeah…me too… pic.twitter.com/3jyHAZMBf1
— aaron hollis (@hollis3988) April 27, 2018
I USED TO BRING MY GUN TO SCHOOL…My High School Rifle Team 1978-79 pic.twitter.com/GWAhq0BqgN
— Bagga (@BaggaBrigade) April 27, 2018
This is absolutely jacked up. Schools must be “FORCED” to accept they can’t do something like this without concrete proof the accused is a threat. Suspension right out of the gate for this is a violation of your #2A rights which is a federal crime. Sue them for all they have.
— 🇺🇸David🇺🇸 (@DudsealDavid) April 27, 2018