Other bills, many by Democrats, were killed in multiple committees today by House members. On the Senate side, one committee killed 52 of 55 bills that were on the agenda. The three that survived were priority bills for Speaker Cameron Sexton (R—Crossville).

TN Special Session: Bill allowing more guns in Tennessee schools moves forward (wkrn.com)

And also pissing the Gun Control Clique off in this article is the possibility that schools will no longer be 100% Gun Free Zones.

The bill, brought by Rep. Chris Todd (R—Madison County), would allow any law enforcement officer, whether on or off-duty, as well as any member of the armed forces—honorably discharged or not—and anyone with an enhanced handgun carry permit to carry on school grounds or any place used by a school where students would be present.

And of course, they paraded out a mom with a Bloody Shirt while trying to disrupt the session which got everybody kicked out and gave them the obligatory “How could they do that?! They are heartless!” TV moment.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A mother of a Covenant student and others broke down in tears in the halls of the Tennessee Statehouse after all audience members were kicked out of a Civil Justice subcommittee meeting for clapping and speaking after being told to stop.

“Being here in general is rough. I don’t think these people get what this means. We are here for six people who were killed in our school. We are just trying to do something,” said Sarah Shoop Neumann. “It is hard to be here. It’s overwhelming…to walk past the Proud Boys. I’m sitting with the [Tennessee Firearms Association] in front of me.”

I may be wrong, but I am pretty sure neither of those groups were directly or indirectly involved with the murder of her child. Some sicko chick with gender identity issues did it, but conveniently we still do not know what fully triggered her and how she developed her actions because MNPD and the Democrat Powers That Be in Nashville refuse to release her manifesto.

However, I can tell this to Ms. Neuman: If you are looking for those who politically allowed your daughter to be killed, just look around at the ones that are “supporting” you efforts right now. They are the ones that collect nice monies if kids keep getting killed and will have no problem dumping you after you are no longer of any use to them.

And on the legislative side itself: I have been going over the very long list of bills and two that were Red Flag laws were killed also the “affidavit/mandatory locking” bill  alongside all the “hate Crime” bills were executed. I’ll keep going over the list and see if anything else interesting pops up.

My only wonder is: Will the Governor sign into law the Carry in Schools bill? and if vetoes it, do we have enough votes to override it? Or will he simply let it become law after the required 10 days (Sunday excepted) of wait?

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

9 thoughts on “Tennessee Special Legislative Season: And you say that like it is a bad thing.”
  1. The one problem I see with states allowing ccw carry in schools is its a federal law prohibiting it.. to me you could be charged by the feds while state law allows it. And we all know how much the feds luv citizens right?

    1. That’s because the federal law doesn’t criminalize carrying of firearms in schools:

      In General.–No assistance may be provided to any local educational agency under this Act unless such agency has in effect a policy requiring the expulsion from school for a period of not less than one year of any student who is determined to have brought a gun, knife, or other weapon to a school under the jurisdiction of the agency.

      All gun-free school zones are the result of state laws. In my state, you can carry in schools IF you have a permit. My state is also a constitutional carry state. If you don’t have a permit you can carry but not in schools.

      1. You learn something new every day.. I always thought GFZs were the result of the senate and congress, not states… thank you

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