You know that the priorities are really messed up when we are being led off a cliff by the insane warmongers in Washington, when half the residents of the country can’t feed themselves without government assistance, where the middle class is dying a slow and painful death at the hands of deliberate saboteurs in our own government, and when kids need armed escorts to get to school safely in our inner cities, but the big line in the sand that gets a kid sent home from school is wearing a Duck Dynasty t-shirt.
That is exactly what happened when a hysterical school administration in Dinwiddie, Virginia found the logo on a student’s t-shirt to be “too threatening” to be allowed at school.
The reality show Duck Dynasty is aired on the A&E network and features the Robertson family from Louisiana who rocketed to wealth when their duck-call manufacturing company became wildly successful. The t-shirt (available on Amazon) featured “Uncle Si” and one of his quotes from the show, “I will hurt you physically and metaphysically.”
The student was told to either go home and change his shirt or to turn it wrong side out.
The school stands by its decision, saying the shirt could be misconstrued to those that don’t watch the popular reality show.
“If you are a ‘Duck Dynasty’ fan you understand the meaning of the shirt,” David Clark, the school’s superintendent, told WWBT. “But if you haven’t watched ‘Duck Dynasty’ you may question if the shirt implies violence. As a school division, we would like to keep our slogans on student shirts as non-violent as possible. (source)
It’s good to know that our educators are on top of things, because we wouldn’t want any violence to be “implied” in a country where the police are more dangerous to the public than the criminals and the terrorist attacks and “random” mass shootings are just as likely to have been false flags instigated by our own government engineered deliberately to chip away at our rights as by a foreign radical or garden variety lunatic.
Despite all that, we can’t be politically incorrect. We certainly can’t have kids wearing t-shirts that “imply violence.” Who knows what kind of chaos might ensue?