Student says ‘ISIS’ in Pledge, gets pulled from high school

by AP
January 21, 2016

A Connecticut high school student has been pulled out of classes and reported to police for substituting “ISIS” for the “United States of America” during the Pledge of Allegiance.

“ISIS” is a term commonly used for the Islamic State group.

Lt. Andrew Cota says the 15-year-old student at Ansonia High School wasn’t charged, but the case was turned over to the Department of Homeland Security. Police say there is no danger to the community. Federal officials declined to comment.

5 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • kcwas says:

    the way the young are going in blind to dangerous things … maybe the schools should pay close attention and stop harm before it grows…

  • Timothy Thompson says:

    I don’t know why they earmarked this kid, nothing less than Obama has done in his support for the Brotherhood and his perpetual not calling ISIS and terrorist Jiahadest terrorists. I’m almost sure this kid does need counciling but most likely he’s the school clown and thought it would be funny and brash. Turning him over to the DHS is a little much. Oh well schools reap what they sew, the chickens are coming home to roost.

    1. Michael Lloyd says:

      Obama will have him as a WH guest.

      1. Steve Gifford says:

        Where they will sit down and have a beer!

        1. reggie says:

          Reminds me of Little Red Riding Hood

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