Mike Huckabee : If gun-shaped Legos and Pop-Tarts weren’t harmless enough objects for schools to make a federal case out of, then how about a T-shirt?... 14-year-old Jared Marcum of Logan, West Virginia, had a spotless record. Until he wore his NRA T-shirt to his middle school. When he refused to take it off, the school had him arrested for disturbing the education process. Which wasn’t true, because he got quite an education in how liberal school officials think. He was even threatened with charges of making terroristic threats. In the end, he was officially charged with obstructing an officer, who claimed Jared wouldn’t stop talking, which hindered the cop’s ability to arrest him. So apparently, neither the First NOR Second Amendment apply in Logan. Jared could face a $500 fine and a year in jail. All because he wore a T-shirt that promotes safe and responsible gun ownership. You know, I bet if he’d worn a T-shirt promoting a rapper who records songs about shooting police officers, he’d still be in study hall.
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