A student at Canyon High School in Anaheim Hills ended up in the principal’s office because she was wearing an NRA T-shirt that had an image of a hunter on it. (Watch news VIDEO at bottom of this post.)
Sophomore Haley Bullwinkle said she had worn the shirt before without any issues, but this time she was escorted to the principles office by a school security guard and ordered to change the shirt “because it promoted gun violence”.
Haley said they treated her like a criminal for wearing the shirt and her father is saying that the school went way overboard in it’s overreaction to the t-shirt which many would say promotes gun safety and responsibility and NOT gun violence.
“They were treating me like I was a criminal,” Haley said. “I was not allowed to wear that at school because it promoted gun violence.”
The shirt was actually a gift from her father after he became a card carrying member of the NRA. The t-shirt features a buck, and American flag, and the silhouette of a hunter holding a rifle0– apparently that was the part that made the t-shirt so dangerous to the other students.
The father emailed the school to get more answers on why the school forced his daughter to remove her shirt, and Principal Kimberly Fricker responded in an email, which said, in part,
“The shirt had a gun on it, which is not allowed by school police. It’s protocol to have students change when they’re in violation of the dress code.”
The father has also hired an attorney to look further into this case. The father is saying that he wants to know what the school really considers “violent” and offensive since even the school’s drill team will twirl fake rifles at sporting events and the school’s mascot is a Comanche chief.
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