I’ve maintained here at United Liberty that school administrators throughout the nation have been engaged in a competition to see who can use zero tolerance rules in the most idiotic manner. The truth is, we’ve seen some great entries if that’s the case. Of course, what happened to a Georgia woman last week doesn’t fall under “zero tolerance,” but I think it at least deserves an honorable mention at the awards ceremony.
Tanya Mount was issued a criminal trespass warning last week from her daughter’s school in the Richmond County School System. Her crime? Was she being disorderly? Nope. Did you threaten a teacher or staff member? Apparently not.