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    Kansan, I think this proves your point! ↓↓↓↓ From the Article:
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    I read this story from a local (NBC) TV report ... KOAA News: Student suspended for waving toy gun during virtual class https://www.koaa.com/news/covering-colorado/student-suspended-for-waiving-toy-gun-during-virtual-class I fully understand the zero tolerance attitude for students bringing guns (even toy guns) onto the school property, and in a way I can even understand the teacher asking the police to conduct a welfare check to verify the gun she saw was indeed a "toy" and the child was in no danger... But beyond that, the suspension for the kid having a toy gun in his own home - especially during "virtual classes", seems to me to be over reacting. I wonder if BLM will be decrying the child (who happens to be African American) being put in potential danger because the teacher called the cops to check on a 'black kid who might have a gun'... Two words - Tamir Rice
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    Washington Times: Black Lives Matter Chicago organizer says looting is 'reparations': 'Businesses have insurance' A Black Lives Matter Chicago organizer said Monday that the mobs who vandalized and looted downtown businesses the night before did nothing wrong, calling it “reparations” for Black suffering. “That is reparations,” Ariel Atkins, an organizer, told NBC Chicago. “Anything they wanted to take, they can take it because these businesses have insurance.” https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/aug/11/ariel-atkins-blm-chicago-organizer-says-looting-is/ By that line of reasoning, business owners should be able to break into the private homes of rioters and looters in to steal and destroy their stuff in "reparation" for the damages they've done to their businesses... then let's see how they like it and consider it justified.
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