In the wake of last week’s traumatic happenings, liberal media has been touting survivors like propaganda playthings. Survivors are stepping up in protests, screaming in anger. We don’t blame them.
Adding to the conversation is this shooting survivor, who’s all grown up and now a representative for Colorado. He’s been trying to make it legal for teachers to pack on school grounds.
Colorado House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, who attended Columbine High School at the time of the 1999 mass shooting, has again introduced legislation to remove limitations on concealed carry in K-12 schools.
Mr. Neville, who has introduced the bill annually since he was elected in 2014, said the current law “creates a so-called gun free zone in every K-12 public school. This act would allow every law-abiding citizens who holds a concealed carry permit, issued from their chief law-enforcement officer, the right to carry concealed in order to defend themselves and most importantly our children from the worst-case scenarios,” Mr. Neville said in a statement.
Colorado law currently allows teachers to have concealed guns on campus, with a catch. The weapons have to be in lockboxes in car trunks. Practical as a razor to a feminist armpits.
Humans are beings of emotions. Lots of feels. Following a traumatic mass murder, people are clearly quick to listen to those who were closest to the action. It’s important to listen to survivors who have experience, time, and perspective. Twenty years after one of the largest mass high school shootings in American history, this Columbine survivor has quite a bit to say on the matter.
It’s time the media stops pushing cameras into the faces of children, who are in shock, all to push leftist agendas. It’s also time to listen to those who have objective knowledge and experience on the issue. Ms. English and Mr. Science should have the option to arm themselves.
Behold, this is perhaps the fastest anyone has spanked gun control with a boomstick butt: