contract
Administrators at E. R. Dixon Elementary School forced a five-year-old girl to sign a “suicide contract” because she drew a picture that looked something like a gun, and then pointed a crayon at a child and went, “pew-pew.”

When the mentally ill are released from halfway houses, they are hired directly into public school administration:

An Alabama mother is furious that her 5-year-old daughter was forced to sign a school contract stating she wouldn’t kill herself or anyone else at school.

School officials told Rebecca, who did not want to give her last name, they had to send 5-year-old Elizabeth home after an incident in class.

“They told me she drew something that resembled a gun. According to them she pointed a crayon at another student and said ‘pew pew’,” Rebecca explained.

Rebecca says her daughter was then given a questionnaire to evaluate her for suicidal thoughts and given a Mobile County Public School safety contract to sign stating she wouldn’t kill herself or others.

Be sure that you understand what is really going on here.

A five-year-old cannot fully grasp the concept of suicide, a fact that even the most ignorant educator knows. The  contract was not for her benefit, and of course has no merit; a child cannot enter into a contract as a matter of law (and common sense).

The purpose of this was the chilling of free speech, nothing more or less than an attack on Elizabeth’s parents by the administrators of E.R. Dickson Elementary School, and is part of widespread effort by anti-gun liberal pubic school administrators across the country to demean and demoralize the children of gun owners from the earliest possible early age.

It is part of an attempt to fix, isolate, and terrorize gun owners as “the other.”  It is Alinsky politics.

Rebecca's five-year-old daughter Elizabeth was forced to sign a contract that she could not understand. Further, no child can enter into a contract as a matter of law... and common sense.
Rebecca’s five-year-old daughter Elizabeth was bullied by school administrators into sign a “suicide contract” that she could not begin to understand. No child can enter into a contract as a matter of law… and common sense.

If I were Rebecca, I’d demand a written apology from these staffers—principal Katryna Kinn, vice principal Wendy Clayton, and counselor Summer Laycock, along with Elizabeth’s unnamed teacher—along with an apology from school system superintendent Martha L. Peek and the school board.

Katryna Kinn is the dim-witted principle that forced a 5 year-old to sign a "suicide contract" she couldn't possibly understand.
Katryna Kinn is the dim-witted principal that forced a 5 year-old to sign a “suicide contract” she couldn’t possibly understand.

I’d also demand that the school board rescind this purposefully inflammatory policy, and explain how they came to concoct such an absurdly passive-aggressive attack on the Second Amendment in the first place.