A Colorado teenager was told that his school thinks he is a “danger” to his fellow students and that he is no longer welcome at the school for the crime of going shooting with his mom.
Nate Evans, a junior at Loveland High School in Loveland, Colorado, posted a video of him and his mom firing legal guns at some targets. But once the video got around, Nate’s school proclaimed him a “threat” and sent the police to chase him down.
According to Rally For Our Rights:
A report had come in to the police department about the video and they were told Nate was a threat. After showing the videos to the police officers and explaining that they’d simply gone on a mother-son outing to train with their legally owned firearms, the police stated that they had done nothing illegal and were well within their rights. They also determined Nate was not a threat to himself or anyone else, and went on their way.
One would think that the determination by the police that Nate was no threat would have put an end to the school’s foolishness.
Oh, but you would be wrong.
The school not only refused to provide her with more information about the “threat”, but they refused to provide Nate with schoolwork so he doesn’t get behind. A “threat assessment hearing” has been scheduled for Thursday morning at 10am at the school admin building where Justine will be allowed to defend her son against SEVEN school officials who will be in attendance to, as she was told, “make their case”. Make their case of what? That Nate’s outing with his mother to train with her firearms somehow makes him a danger to the school?
It is all liberal lunacy at its worst.
Here is the video that Nate posted to his social media.
Infuriatingly, the law states that the school is currently within its legal rights. The school is following a threat program called “Safe 2 Tell.” The school must carry though with its policy. But the results will be the key.
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