Public school bans mom for posting concealed-carry permit on Facebook

by Eric Owens, The Daily Caller  |  published on November 7, 2013

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The Daily Caller has found yet another heroically stupid school principal who can’t tell the difference between something that sort of, kind of represents a gun and a real, actual gun.

The principal this time is Janina Dallas at McBean Elementary School in a suburb of Augusta, Ga.

Dallas banned the mother of a disabled girl at the school because she posted a picture of her new concealed-carry permit on Facebook, reports local CBS affiliate WRDW.

The mom, Tanya Perry-Mount, who had been a volunteer at the school, is not happy.

“I feel like a criminal. I want — I want to be heard,” she told WRDW. “I want a public apology.”

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