Jacob Shoemaker met with the school’s principal on Tuesday, a day before the rally, for about an hour to find out what exactly the walkout was supporting. But he said the principal reportedly told him it was for the “students to express themselves.”
Let’s get something straight liberals...
Calling a protest stupid isn’t denying them free speech. Saying they shouldn’t skip class to protest isn’t denying free speech. No one is denying free speech. NO ONE. (1)
The basic liberal come back yesterday was that we were denying free speech by disagreeing. This is blasphemous. They don’t understand what no free speech means. Try being in a country where you go to jail for saying the wrong thing. That’s denying free speech.
If a person leaves their job to protest is their job guaranteed because of the 1st amendment? No. Your ass can be fired. Doesn’t mean they can’t protest. They can, but there are consequences. The freedom of choice is a big one in America and using 1st amendment to protest is one.
I was just stopped at the red light next to Providence High School here in Burbank, and there was a large group of kids out protesting for #NationalWalkoutDay, holding signs and chanting, and my reaction surprised me.
The driver next to me & I both tooted our horns in support, and as we smiled at each other I registered what it was they were chanting: “Less Guns. More Kids.”
I reflexively choked up. I was sitting there feeling encouraged by these kids’ enthusiasm and activism, & that chant hit me with the bottom line reason those kids, and kids all over the US, are out there today; they’re scared. Our kids are scared for their lives. My kids. Yours.
I didn’t expect to get this much recognition & it’s very overwhelming! thank you guys so much for all the support!! My teachers were mocking us by saying “I’m going to protest in the break room” also saying we “don’t know what we are talking about” and more.
teachers stood outside laughing, we weren’t allowed to walk outside in front of our school to the flag pole (where we wanted to go) we had to go behind the school. almost like they were hiding us, our vice principal stood there watching, why couldn’t we stand in the front?
What will our country look like in the next 10-50 years?
- Private ownership of guns will be banned
- Open borders and Democrat domination at the polls
- Reworking of the First Amendment ("Hate speech" fines and imprisonment)
- White privilege taxes and land confiscation
- Church demolitions and complete removal of Christian symbols
- Continued efforts to promote fluidity the sexes
- Socialist system
- Eventual integration of a world government system
- Persecution of anyone who opposes
Teachers who are supporting your students during #NationalWalkoutDay, if you want me to virtually pop into your classroom and do a mini-session on narrative structure, let me know.
Meanwhile, here are some tools you can use. It turns out that you can explain pretty much every story, fiction and non-fiction, through a fairly simple organizational theory. I’m going to talk about this through a lens of fiction, but it’s everywhere.
National politics correspondent for Newsweek, Nina Burleigh, with a fun find on a TV above the bar at the Trump Hotel DC bit.ly/2E37QRR
Two errors in the 2nd graf of Breitbart's Trump Hotel DC article:
-holdings aren't out of @realDonaldTrump's hands: trust isn't blind & he can profit from it
-Trump Org told Congress it was estimating foreign receipts—not auto donating in full bit.ly/2CpL7z2