What in the world is society coming to? Have parents given up raising children anymore? That appears to be what's happened in Dekalb County, Georgia.
A group of teenagers decided to storm an elementary school bus and beat up the children that were on that bus. One of them was beaten so badly that they had to be taken to the hospital.
What makes matters even worse is that the children's parents weren't even told about the attack until they were picking up their children.
Can you imagine going to pick up your kid and finding out when you get there, "Oh, by the way, you kid got beat up by some teenagers"? That is completely unacceptable.
Parents told Channel 2's Tom Regan they are stunned. They told him they didn't get word of the vicious bus assault until they were in line to pick their kids up.
“That is outrageous,” said parent Alexis Clarke.
The parents are speaking after learning children came under attack by four older students.
School officials said they climbed onto the bus when it made a stop this morning.
Monday afternoon, the school sent a voice mail message to parents that said in part: “During the morning ride to school, a group of middle and high school student boarded the bus to assault an elementary school student.”
School officials released a statement that read:
“The safety and well-being of our students is our top priority. On Nov. 18, an incident occurred on a school bus on Hollyhock Terrace involving Snapfinger Elementary students. Two middle school students, one high school student, and an 18-year-old non-student attacked elementary students, which resulted in one elementary student being transported to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA).”
“DeKalb County School District Police responded immediately, investigated and obtained warrants for the high school student and the 18-year-old non-student. Two middle schools students were arrested and taken to Juvenile Intake.”
Police arrested an 18-year-old who isn't even a student, another who is a high school student, as well as two middle school students on assault charges.
I've said it before and I'm going to continue to say it each time something like this pops up, pull your children out of public school while you can. The world they face is not the world we grew up in. They're exposed to rampant homosexuality, liberal ideas being forced on them at a young age, and the violence has gotten much worse.