So they don’t teach the 1st Amendment in Georgia schools?

Courtesy of CBS:

A viral picture of a packed Paulding County school hallway has put the county in the national spotlight.

In an exclusive recording obtained by CBS46, students are now being warned against such actions.

“Anything that’s going on social media that’s negative or alike without permission, photography, that’s video or anything, there will be consequences,” warned the announcement at North Paulding High School.

“It just sounded like they were trying to cover up the fact that they were putting people in unsafe conditions,” said the student who recorded the announcement.

In a released statement, Superintendent Dr. Brian Otott said schools are following the Georgia Department of Education’s path and that a high school such as North Paulding with over 2,000 students are going to see crowded areas from time to time, but kids are in contact for less than 15 minutes.

Paulding County isn’t the only school district experiencing issues due to the pandemic. In Cherokee County a first-grade student at Hasty ES Fine Arts Academy has tested positive along with an eighth grader from Dean Rusk Middle School. A kindergarten teacher at R.M Moore STEM Academy has also exhibited symptoms, but a positive test has yet to be confirmed.

So not only are these children being forced back into an academic kill jar but now they are even being denied their constitutional right to report on the dangers they are facing?

So I guess this is what it means to live in Trump’s America.