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How many times must I point out that many of America’s public schools today are nothing more than socialist and liberal brainwashing institutions, where they do their best to silence conservatives.

New Prague High School in Minnesota is another example to support this statement.

Remember last week when thousands of students across the nation held their walkout from classes to protest for more gun control? Andy Dalsin, a student at New Prague High School, opted to protest for gun rights instead of gun control. Because of his pro-gun stance, the principle drove Dalsin off campus and away from the other students protesting, so that he wouldn’t be seen.

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(Ammoland Shooting Sports News) – When political activists are attempting to pass a long-term agenda with emotion and fear, they cannot allow dissent. The emotional narrative they are pushing is fragile. Dissent causes people to think. Thinking causes the narrative to collapse.

Andy Dalsin, alone and courageous high school student, stood up to the organized political agenda of the left. He “spoke truth to power”. He was not allowed to protest with others of his school, but was driven off by the school principal, Lonnie Seifert.

Dalsin said principal Lonnie Seifert told him to give up a sign that read “Guns don’t kill people. People kill people” or leave the property, citing district policy.

“I stood in the back,” he said. “I didn’t try and cause a ruckus, but I was seen by the principal and he came and we had our exchange.” …

When asked about what happened the school said that Dalsin and his sign were moved off campus because his sign violated school policy and had nothing to do with politics. The school claims to uphold free speech, but obviously that is a blatant lie as Dalsin was the only student deemed to violate policy with his sign.




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