Aaron Harvey of Duval County, Florida, served in the US military to protect his family, nation and the US Constitution. He values the founding document of our nation and the rights that document gives him and every other citizen.
Then a couple weeks ago, Harvey found a piece paper at his home that had his 10 year old son’s writing on it. When he read the crayon penned text, Harvey was shocked and angry. His son had written:
“I am willing to give up some of my constitutional rights in order to be safer or more secure.”
Harvey questioned his son about the paper and what he had written. His son told him that his teacher from the previous year had instructed him to write those words on the paper as part of a lesson on the US Constitution at Cedar Hills Elementary School. He then contacted the school and obtained a copy of the lesson plan that was used in the class.
From what he has discovered and been told, the class was studying the US Constitution. The school brought in a constitutional attorney to speak to the students. Afterwards, the teacher selected several students and had them write the statement that Harvey’s son had written on the piece of paper.
Read More at godfatherpolitics.com . By Dave Jolly.