[Ed. – Indoctrinate much?]
A public elementary school in Philadelphia has sparked outrage by displaying signs with anti-NRA and anti-GOP slogans at the entrance to the school.
The signs, which were created by students amid the ongoing national debate over gun control, have slogans like “NRA – Go Away, GOP – Enough BS,” “Protect Kids, Not Guns” and “Stop the NRA.”
Republican strategist Erin Elmore lives near Albert M. Greenfield School, and after seeing the signs, she sent the school a right to know request.
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“You want to know: When were these signs made? What resources were used? Did you consult with any outside political groups?” Elmore said, noting that she got no response from the school.
A school district spokesperson issued a statement after “Fox & Friends” reached out: “We support students’ rights to self-expression as long as that expression does not disrupt an orderly school environment, and these signs are not in violation of School District of Philadelphia policy.”