During an appearance on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight Tuesday, Parkland high school student Kyle Kashuv explained how armed school security officers aggressively interrogated him at school on Monday after he posted tweets showcasing pictures of his visit to a gun range with his father.
“It was a clear attempt to intimidate me,” Kashuv told Carlson. “And they used very,very, very harsh intimidation tactics,” he added.
The high school junior insisted he had done nothing wrong. “I mean, I posted a video of me showing my admiration for the 2nd Amendment and telling people to educate themselves about the 2nd Amendment because we can’t trust our government to defend ourselves,” he said.
“It was all very, very weird,” the sixteen-year-old replied. “I … sit down, and the school resource officer goes like this — he says ‘Kyle, you’re taking five AP (advanced placement) classes, that means you’re a good student. Why would you do something like this?'”
Read more at PJ Media