Fairfax, VA –
The student responded to his coach saying he did nothing wrong and that if he had to choose between lacrosse and his constitutional freedoms, he’d choose his freedoms.
The university responded formally to the student’s complaint and said the student’s pictures did not violate school policy and that they had spoken to the coach about the issue.
This is yet another example of an anti-gun authority figure feeling emboldened to attack a student for his pro-Second Amendment beliefs. The men and women of the NRA are sick of hearing stories like these.
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