Snoop Dogg’s Former Bodyguard, Tyrus: Build the Wall...Around Schools
Tyrus is a the D-O-Double-Gizzle's former bodyguard, a pro-wrestler, and a regular on Fox News (see Snoop Dogg’s Former Bodyguard, Tyrus: Protect Schools with Veterans and Pro Wrestler ‘Tyrus’ DESTROYS Idea of ‘Fat Shaming’). I'm actually surprised he hasn't been hired back by the WWE. What with how thirsty they are for any mainstream media acceptance. But that's not important right now. We're here to discuss school safety.
More specifically, the former Funkasaurus' thoughts on the matter.
We need walls around the schools. We need to protect our schools. You can't get 10 feet within our school unless you're supposed to be there. And if you're bringing a backpack in and it's not a clear backpack, you gotta get searched. That's the world we live in right now.
One way in. One way out.
This came after the St. Mary's shooting. Where the left's vendetta over the fact the NRA is effective at voter turnout usual anti-NRA talking points don't work. The kid had a handgun and not a big scary AR-15. So the left can't lie that this isn't about banning all guns. Maryland already has all the gun reforms conceivable to man and womankind. And the good guy with a gun saved the day.
Tyrus' point is that the kid shouldn't have gotten in the school in the first place. Hence the new security measures. He's got a point, too. Have you noticed how easy it is to walk into a school at any time? It's insane.
But what about people who say you want to turn schools into prisons?
Candidly? Fuck you.
I'll admit he loses me with the "if it saves one life" argument. That's how the left tries to ban all the things they don't like. "If it saves one life... even if it oppresses everyone else." Don't get me started on banning abortion to save millions of lives. I could really get going.
We have walls and security around everything which is precious to us. But getting onto a school is one of the easiest things to do. So if we want to "keep our kids safe" maybe we should protect them like we do everything else.