Desperate Criminal! 7-Year-Old Busted for Sharing Bible Verses

Barb Wire

I suppose we’ll have to expect more and more of this. Libs ‘n’ progs redefine the family, the sexes, and everything else, so of course they’re going to redefine crime.

Recently the Desert Rose Elementary School in Palmdale, CA, sicked a Los Angeles deputy sheriff on a 7-year-old boy, sending the bull right to the kid’s family’s front door. The child’s crime? Why, sharing Bible verses with other children!

Wow. That’s almost as bad as misgendering someone. Or humanizing the fetus. No wonder the principal of the school called in the cops. The fact that the little boy wasn’t actually on school property when he committed the crime – there is, in fact, no law against sharing Bible verses, but we will join the boy’s “teacher” in overlooking that – seems not to have limited the school’s jurisdiction.

The superintendent of schools is reportedly “investigating” the incident. He seems upset.

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So, let me tell you what I’m gonna do, public-spirited fellow that I am. Let me here publish Desert Rose Elementary School’s phone number– 661-272-0584 –so you can call them up and tell the principal “Thank you!” for a job well done. We will all sleep better, knowing there are nits like this protecting us from little children armed with Bible verses.

As for the deputy sheriff who went to the child’s house.

Does the L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. really, truly, have nothing better to do than this? Like, how many crack houses run by illegal alien street gangs did you pass on your way there?

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Lee Duigon
Lee Duigon, a contributing editor with the Chalcedon Foundation, is a former newspaper reporter and editor, small businessman, teacher, and horror novelist. He has been married to his wife, Patricia, for 34 years. See his new fantasy/adventure novels, Bell Mountain and The Cellar Beneath the Cellar, available on

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