Seven Year Old Maryland Boy Suspended For Eating Pastry Into The Shape Of A Gun

March 3, 2013 10:43 pmViews: 1841

Josh Welch Pop Tart gun


Common sense is a rare commodity these days as the news gets more and more bizarre. Especially when it comes to guns there is a general sense to freak out instead of using careful though in dealing with rather mild situations. In Maryland, a seven year old boy was suspended from school for two days on Friday for eating a breakfast pastry, which was probably a Pop-Tart, into a shape that his teacher thought looked like a gun.

Because of the paranoid rush by liberals to ban guns and control them from getting into the hands of actual law abiding citizens instead of enforcing gun laws we already have on the books, we are turning our nation into a bunch of blind fools that miss real threats in place of acting like we are doing something productive. Just 6 or 7 weeks ago 2 six-year-olds were suspended for using their fingers as guns also in Maryland and now a similar thing happens to a 7 year old in the same state. What the heck is going on in Maryland?

The young man didn't even get to finish his breakfast snack because his creation he was supposedly trying to shape into a mountain was confiscated by the though police in his school. Kids can get condoms in elementary school, they can play all sorts of violent video games or watch the Hollywood produced violent movies where our favorite celebrities blow people away without a second thought. And Hollywood can indoctrinate our children with all kinds of politically correct "save the planet" garbage cartoons, but for heavens sake don't even think about anything that resembles a firearm because thoughts are crimes now and guns are bad because President Obama said so. This is where liberalism has lead us.

Read more on this sadly ridiculous story below from Fox News and watch the video after that:

FoxBaltimore.com reports that Josh Welch, a second-grader at Park Elementary School in Baltimore, was eating a strawberry tart when he decided to shape it into a mountain.

"All I was trying to do was turn it into a mountain but, it didn't look like a mountain really and it turned out to be a gun [kind of]," Josh told the station.

Josh, who suffers from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, said his teacher was visibly mad when she saw that the pastry looked like a gun, according to the report.

The boy's dad, who was not identified in the report, was later notified that Josh had been suspended for two days for fashioning the pastry into a gun.

A letter was sent home with students explaining that "a student used food to make an inappropriate gesture," the station reported.

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