The double standard is appalling. 

Via Bearing Arms: 

Massachusetts is not exactly a bastion of conservatism. However, there were some fearless conservative students at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School who decided to take a stance in favor of the Second Amendment, despite living in liberal town.

The high school has a large rock on campus, known as the “spirit rock.” It is common for students to paint themes on it for school events, games, town events, or, most recently, the Parkland shooting. Last month, a message supporting the National Walkout Day was painted on the rock encouraging kids to walk out of class. In an interview, one of the students said the message was left on the rock for approximately three weeks.

However, when conservative students painted pro-Second Amendment messages on the rock–including  “Defend the 2nd Amendment,” “Shall NOT be infringed,” and “#NRA”–it took administration less than 12 hours to cover it up. The only portion that remained was a painting of the American flag. The school claimed the painting was divisive and that rock was not for political purposes.

There’s just one, small problem. The National Walkout Day message was on the rock for weeks and that event was definitely political. Of course, liberals from the school claim the walkout was not about politics, but safety. But we all know this is not true; the walkout was about gun control, a purely political issue.

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