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The media has given tons of news coverage to the many student walkouts that took place on April 20 protesting for more gun control laws. They made it seem that all students supported the walkout and were calling for more gun control laws when that is far from the truth. Many school officials bent over backwards to accommodate the student walkout protests.

However, the same accommodations were not extended to students who participated in the Stand for the Second walkouts that showed support for the Second Amendment.

A high school student at Waukee High School, in the suburbs of Des Moines, says they were denied two of their three requests, which were the same as those given to the gun control students a few weeks earlier.

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(Des Moines Register) – A Waukee student says a pro-Second Amendment walkout at her school this week did not receive the same treatment from administrators as an April 20 gun-control demonstration.

Waukee High School junior Alexis Derby helped organize the “Stand for the Second” walkout Wednesday.

The 17-year-old said she discussed her plans with the school’s principal ahead of time and asked for some of the same allowances that March for Our Lives demonstrators received last month.

Two of those requests — permission to hang posters promoting the event and to use the school’s stadium — were both denied, even though school officials allowed the gun-control advocates to hang posters and use the stadium…

Many of America’s public schools have been taken over by liberal Democrats and socialists, neither of which support the Second Amendment or First Amendment or most of the other rights guaranteed by the US Constitution and Bill of Rights. The actions of the school administrators demonstrate the agenda driven socialist policies of those teaching our kids.




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