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12-Year-Old Points Finger Gun At Classmates, She’s Then Handcuffed & Charged With Felony

A tad harsh?

John Salvatore

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Democrat rhetoric has gone too far. Even a lot of liberals know this to be true but not many of them will speak out. To arrest a 12-year-old girl and charge her with a felony over a “finger gun” isn’t just a little over the line, it’s borderline insane.

The problem is that Democrats will continue to push their radical logic because they know they have the mainstream media and Hollywood elites on their side. There’s no competing with that.

Until the media changes its ways and decides to do the right thing, liberal policies will continue to hurt the country like a plague. Check this out…

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A 12-year-old Kansas girl was hauled out of school in handcuffs and charged with a felony — for making a finger gun with her hands, according to reports.

The unidentified Overland Park youngster made the gesture during a class discussion last month in which another student asked which classmates she would kill if she could pick five, sources told the Kansas City Star.

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She shaped her fingers like a gun — something routinely done in kids’ games — as she pointed to four of her classmates, before pointing her hand at herself, the paper said.

The girl and her classmates were initially sent to their principal at Westridge Middle School. But a school resource officer recommended she be arrested and called police, the Star said.

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Excellent job, Bloomberg lobby! Let’s turn all children into felons whenever they mouth off or make finger guns. A universal policy and lack of nuance is the best approach! It will keep the country safe from the repeat offenders driving the majority of gun crime.

What is this world coming to??? Zero common sense! Once again, so-called educated people in these school districts have no critical thinking skills and/common sense!

This has to be in Overland Park. The most liberal city in Kansas. Ridiculous. Now tell me that admin and teachers CARE about students futures. This should be dropped asap.

I have another, more appropriate finger gesture for the Overland Park police department.

How times have changed!! That’s how I grew up. No political correctness. And we lived through it and became well adjusted people.

H/T: Twitchy

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New Reports Say Number Of NY Nursing Home Deaths Much Higher Than Reported

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