That would have totally ruined their day.
And what if I would have told them on top of that that all they are observing is the fact that the same ooklets who misbehave in school and therefore get suspended are the same kind of ooks that commit felonies and therefore get sent to prison?
Well, let me put it to you this way: Part of their march passed them by the county jail, and if I would have done that, they probably would have thrown me under it.
The caption of this photo:
Hayden Collins, 6, holds hands with his mom, Carrie Collins, of Charlack, as they march to protest the criminalization of youth by schools, police and the juvenile justice system…
Let’s jump in the blogmeister hot tub time machine (no skinny dipping) and dial that thing forward ten years. We’ll see in May 2026, that 16-year old Hayden Collins, a student at Fort Zumwalt West High School, (his mother got an AFFH voucher to move to O’Fallon back in 2019), accidentally called a transgender woman who used to be a man “he.” Now, World War T will want to prosecute that as a capital crime, but remember, ten years ago, his mother marched him in a protest against excessive school punishments. How will the P-D of the day cover the story? Which will it consider the bigger social injustice? Transphobic pronouns, or the school-to-prison pipeline?