Schools busing students to gun control protests

American ExperimentToday the Star Tribune reported that hundreds of students “walked out” of their schools to protest against guns and school shootings at the Capitol in St. Paul... But here’s the thing: these students didn’t walk, they were bused. I happened to be at the Capitol yesterday while the demonstration was going on, and counted at least 12 buses from various St. Paul area high schools. Somehow, the buses don’t figure in the Strib’s story, and the Strib managed to post 17 photos and two videos without showing the buses even once.

Isn't this a violation of the First Amendment's requirement that the government be content neutral? How on earth can you justify busing students to political protests?

This entry was published Fri Mar 09 09:43:30 CST 2018 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2018-03-09 09:43:30.0. [Tweet]

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