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PC Police Called For Child’s Dessert Brownies

How about just removing the children from these Politically Correct government schools!


PC Police Called For Child’s Dessert Brownies

By Shari Dovale

How far is the Politically Correct Liberal left going to go? Children have been traumatized over a dessert at an end of the year 3rd grade party. All because someone named a dessert “Brownie.”

girl scout browniesI wonder if the Girl Scouts are going to rename their young group to be something more politically correct? reports that a third grader had made a comment about the brownies being served to the class. After another student exclaimed that the remark was “racist,” the school called the Collingswood Police Department, according to the mother of the boy who made the comment.

These are adults that cannot handle children, and cannot think for themselves, yet are being paid to do just that!

The incident, which has sparked outrage among some parents, was one of several in the last month when Collingswood police have been called to look into school incidents that parents think hardly merit criminal investigation.

Not only was the child subjected to an armed officer interrogating him, but these same cops turned around and reported the family to the New Jersey Division of Child Protection. So the family must now deal with that overreaching department, as well.

All over a dessert named “Brownie.”

Brownies are small little people-like creatures that show up in the middle of the night and finished off chores and tidied up houses.

Superintendent Scott Oswald estimated that on some occasions over the last month, officers may have been called to as many as five incidents per day in the district of 1,875 students.

This has created concern among parents in the 14,000-resident borough, who have phoned their elected officials, met with Mayor James Maley, blasted social-media message boards, and even launched a petition calling on the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office to “stop mandated criminal investigation of elementary school students.”

The increased police involvement follows a May 25 meeting among the Collingswood Police Department, school officials, and representatives from the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office, where school officials and police both said they were instructed by the prosecutor’s office to report to police any incidents that could be considered criminal, including what Police Chief Kevin Carey called anything “as minor as a simple name-calling incident that the school would typically handle internally.

“During that meeting, it was made abundantly clear by an assistant prosecutor that if we did not follow the directive, they would come after us with criminal charges, they’d come after our educational certifications,” Collingswood School Superintendent Scott Oswald said.

Who is so afraid of children that they have ordered a complete waste of time, money and resources to harass students over dessert? Someone needs to be held accountable.

The taxpayers need to do more than complain. They need to act and recall this worthless bureaucrat.

Or just remove the children from these PC government schools, and let them grow up in the normal environment of homeschool.



3 Comments on PC Police Called For Child’s Dessert Brownies

  1. As Barney five would say, ” you got to nip it in the bud”… bring the person who reported it as offensive into the spotlight.. But that would be too easy.

  2. They should have just arrested the brownies.

    But seriously, the chilling part of this article comes about 3/4 down where the COUNTY PROSECUTOR is threatening teachers and cops if they do not report this ridiculousness. Citizens need to rise up and STOP it. And, by God, do not offend the Muslims by serving Sandies at your next school party!

  3. PC speech is another way to destroy the US Constitution and the USA from within. Amazingly enough the US Constitution does not allow it, and the courts did not until we got domestic enemies and traitors put into place (remember any judge can be removed for not using the constitutionally required “Good Behaviour” while in office. the US Constitution tells us what that good behavior is, doing the duties as constitutionally assigned – state and federal, taking and keeping the Oath(s).

    Justice William O. Douglas, Terminiello v. City of Chicago (1949): “The vitality of civil and political institutions in our society depends on free discussion… It is only through free debate and free exchange of ideas that government remains responsive to the will of the people and peaceful change is effected. The right to speak freely and to promote diversity of ideas and programs is therefore one of the chief distinctions that sets us apart from totalitarian regimes.”

    Justice William Brennan, Texas v. Johnson (1989): “If there is a bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment, it is that government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea offensive or disagreeable.”

    It is also important to remember that those that serve within our governments have no authority of their own, but are allowed to use the authority of the branch or constitutionally named office within a branch while they are serving.

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