Teachers at schools in Florida will be carrying guns in the classroom from today under a law designed to stop school massacres.
Oh, it will, I can gaurantee it. There is one reason and ONE REASON ALONE these massacres took place:
Under the program, which passed the Florida legislature in May and will be administered by the Florida Department of Education, “guardians” will be required to undertake 144 hours of training and “must pass psychological and drug screenings”.
Which any law abiding CCHL holder will pass with flying colours.
, until you’re standing in front of someone with a gun pointed at you, you don’t realise how helpless you really are,” he said.
As any school shooting survivor will attest to, especially the ones who were stripped of their God given right under the 2nd amendment to armed self defence by worthless bureaucratic hoplophobes.
Repeat after me: The only way to deal with a bad guy with a gun..is a good guy with a gun.
They keep saying “Ban AR-15’s!!” So, I bought an IWI X95. 🙂
Must be nice to have money.
A glimmer of sanity. Let’s see how long it takes for the teacher unions to oppose and challenge it in court. Can’t have trained, determined defenders of the 2nd amendment in academia now, can we.
And I pray this spreads to the other 49 (not 56) states quickly, then to all public arenas.
I saw this Monday on another site. They are already filing court cases.
Maybe in Trump’s second term we can get National open carry, AND concealed.
Cant see how…10th amendment. I can see how the states would react..and the liberals would fight it tooth and nail.
No…more sense would be to work it into the shall issue states first.
California would revile open carry as we both know. The President COULD try it, but it would be mired in the USSC for years.
Same thing here in Ill-annoy.
New to me term over on Michael Z Williamson’s blog – Dhemorroid – I am so going to steal that term for general use goring forward 🙂
Would somebody tell me why it’s necessary for 144 hours to train somebody in DGU?
Okay, okay, I hold the Idaho Enhanced which is good in 35+ states, but it didn’t take 144 bloody hours, just 16.
That’s easy. It’s to make it so arduous that no one will complete the training.
I dunno. I think a certain amount of extra training for carrying in a school would not be amiss. Maybe not 144 hours, but some-perhaps in weapon retention and conflict de-escalation.
Not trying to be difficult here. I think it’s a great idea. I’m a sub myself, and would love to avail myself of this opportunity.