By Todd Starnes
March 31, 2017
Caitlin Miller and several of her classmates were playing make-believe last week on the playground at McLauchlin Elementary School in North Carolina.
One of her friends was pretending to be a queen and another was pretending to be a princess. Caitlin was their protector. And in order to protect the Royals, she armed herself with a stick that resembled a gun.
Within a matter of minutes, the five-year-old was snatched up by a teacher and sent to the principal’s office – accused of a heinous offense.
She was promptly suspended for one day for “turning a stick into a gun and threatening to shoot and kill other students.” Read the rest of this entry