A New Jersey school district that allegedly suspended two high school students this week over a gun photo taken during a family visit to a private shooting range is facing community backlash and the threat of a lawsuit over district policies.
The photo of four rifles, ammunition clips and a gun duffel bag was shared by one of the students on the social media app Snapchat with the caption “fun day at the range,” according to Lacey Township resident Amanda Buron, a family friend of one of the students.
A screen capture of the image made the rounds among other students and later brought to the attention of Lacey Township High School officials. Buron said the students received a five-day in-school suspension for violating the school’s policy on weapons possession.
Not only do tyrannical, leftist school administrators believe constitutional rights end once students step onto campus, they apparently also believe they shouldn’t be exercised freely outside of school jurisdiction.
Meanwhile, while the majority of media focused on high school students who walked out of schools in favor of additional gun control measures this week, a number of students around the country refused to leave their classrooms and held pro-Second Amendment rallies.
One student in Minnesota made a sign that read, “Guns don’t kill people, people kill people, we all mourn together,” and was was threatened with arrest by administrators.