Grade School Boy Suspended when Teacher Saw Toy Gun During Virtual Class

Another buttinski teacher has gotten a little boy suspended from school because she saw a toy gun in his room during an online class session.

The boy, 9-year-old Ka Mauri Harrison from Harvey, Louisiana, was participating in his virtual class over the Internet when the teacher saw the toy in his bedroom where the boy had his computer set up, the the New Orleans Advocate reported.

Once she saw the toy, the Woodmere Elementary 4th grade teacher lost her leftist mind and ran to the principal like the good little fascist she is.

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According to a report, the boy’s brother had knocked over the toy rifle and Ka Muri leaned it against a chair where the teacher was able to see the toy.

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Minutes later, the boy’s classroom feed was cut off and he was blocked from getting back into the class.

The school then called the boy’s mother and told her he was suspended.

“Ka Mauri presented a weapon that appeared to be a rifle/shotgun during his Google Meets classroom session,” the ignoramuses at the school said. “This is a violation of weapons in the classroom setting and a violation of the internet usage policy. He will be recommended for expulsion as per JPPSS policy.”

Ka Muri was suspended for six days. For having a toy in his own bedroom.

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said that the suspension was absurd and promised to investigate the incident.

“I am alarmed by what appears to not only be multiple violations of both the State and Federal Constitutions, but also blatant government overreach by the school system,” Landry said in a news release. “I have begun investigating this matter and plan to take action in defense of this young man and his family and all families who could suffer the same invasion of their homes and constitutional rights.

“For anyone to conclude that a student’s home is now school property because of connectivity through video conferencing is absurd,” the statement continued. “It is ludicrous for this All-American kid to be punished for taking responsible actions just as it is for his parents to be accused of neglect.”

This is far from the first time some meddling teacher attacked a child over a toy gun seen in his room during a virtual class. Early in September, a Colorado school suspended a 12-year-old boy because he picked up a garish green toy gun during his online schooling. And in May, some idiot school administrator called the police on a 7-year-old who had a toy gun during his e-learning session.

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