NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — On Thursday, the normally quiet sound of outside the Tennessee State Capitol quickly took a turn.
“Everybody’s demanding change, everybody’s had enough, and, it was a beautiful day,” said Linda McFadyen-Ketchum, a volunteer with Moms Demand Action.
Oh sweet Jesus! A Three Name Activist? Release the Karen!
The demand for change poured into the Capitol. Inside the Senate Chamber, chanting could be heard through the door, while State Troopers tried to control the crowd.
So Gun Control insurrectionists invaded the TN Capitol. Are we to expect charges of Domestic Terrorism anytime soon? Goose/Gander, you know the analogy.
“Angry,” is how McFadyen-Ketchum described the feeling during the protest. “There’s a time for tears. I don’t have any more tears. I’m angry, and a lot of people there were angry. I didn’t see much emotion. It was fix this, there are things that we can do, fix this.”
Sweety pie, we have been angry since way before you actually decided to be an idiotic shill for Michael Bloomberg. We (Gun Culture) warned back in the 90s that creating Gun Free Schools would do nothing but provide a secured hunting ground for any nutcase with a wish of blood and notoriety. We were awfully right and proven when Columbine happened and all other schools after that. You and yours yet, refuse to admit you are deadly wrong and refuse to harden up schools. But then again it is not your blood spilling, right? And nothing says “Boxed Chardonay activism” like dancing on the blood of the little kids you helped to kill.
“I’m very proud of our young people, who have had to endure growing up with this, and what I see as the arrogance of legislatures who couldn’t even wait until my beloved friend’s funeral was over to try to push for even looser gun limits,” said Caudill.
As opposed to passing gun control measures that still would not do anything but create more victims as history keeps proving?
This month, a Vanderbilt University Poll showed Tennessee parents agree on several school firearm safety measures. More than 1,000 people were polled. The study found 70% agree background checks should be expanded on all gun sales, 63% believe law enforcement should be able to temporarily restrict a person’s access to guns if they pose a risk to themselves or others and 53% believe the age to purchase a gun should be 21.
Wait, Vandy U as a trusted source of a study? The same fuckers that want to mutilate children for profit? That is going to be a laughable ‘no’ from yours truly and anybody else with three functioning neurons.
According to Everytown for Gun Safety, one of the largest gun violence prevention organizations in America revealed Tennessee has the 10th highest rate of gun deaths.
Mostly concentrated in Memphis and Nasville which both are and have been under the “leadership” of your fellow political controllers of the Democratic Party. And you misspelled “gun violence prevention,” it is “Absolute Gun Control.”
Covenant School had no Resource Officer. No armed personnel who could have faced Asshole Audrey Hale and stop him before he/she/fuckwit could have done that much damage. And the only reason no more bodies were stacked because of the Gun Free School laws passed by the likes of Linda McFadyen-Ketchum was because Metro Nashville PD did a great job in intervening and taking down the “confused” individual.
If I was a legislator, I would introduce a bill demanding the decertification of any school in the state that does not have a minimum of 5% armed personnel any day they are open. We would encourage other measures in addition to armed teachers and staff because the more layers of security, the better. But a bullet in the brain pan of an offending critter is the best way to end any mass killing.
And I am not expecting this to happen anytime soon.
3 thoughts on “Tennessee: We must make schools safe for the Children!”
3 names, liberal, blame the tool, blah blah blah… same shiite. She is so smart she can’t see that its a felony to bring firearms to a school, its a felony to murder… hey I know!!- lets make a law it’s illegal to bring firearms into a school! Put up signs, that will show em… sigh…
she/he/it or SHIT for short in our house. you’re welcome.
I am old enough to remember when invading a Capital Building was considered insurrection.
Ah, the good old days.
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