Labour happy to have drugs in schools

The Government, police and schools all want better legal powers to search students for drugs in schools.
But of course, for some, it’s better to protect the human rights of the little scumbags who have the drugs.
Tits lawyer Michael Bott is one of these idiots. He is also Labour’s candidate for the Wairarapa.
Here he is pretending to be a Wairarapa farmer, even though he actually lives and works in Wellington. For a lawyer you would think he would make sure his signs were authorised.
So for Labour, it is better to protect the human rights of a couple of young drug dealing thugs, than keep drugs away from all the decent kids in a school.
Proof that Labour, yet again, has no idea about what real New Zealanders want.

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