Gun-Free School Zones Act of 1990 – Amends the Federal criminal code to impose criminal penalties for the possession or discharge of a firearm in a school zone, with specified exceptions, including the possession or discharge by an individual as part of a school program or by a law enforcement officer acting in an official capacity.

S.2070 – 101st Congress (1989-1990): Gun-Free School Zones Act of 1990 | Congress.gov | Library of Congress

Thirty-two years later and still we are getting our children killed because some morons back then swore to God and Country a few lines of law and a couple of signs was the sure remedy to stop blood-thirsty predators from killing school children.

Thirty-two years of our schools being hunting preserves for the criminally insane.

 

 

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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.

7 thoughts on “Uvalde: I am so tired of being proved right.”
  1. Various states do talk about armed teachers. Ken Paxton (Texas AG) just made quite a big deal about that in a TV interview. He’s right, of course; teachers are the first responders. (Cops are second responders.)
    So how do they get around that Federal law? Ignore it? That certainly would make sense. Or do they obey the letter of the stupid law by deputizing any teacher who would like to carry?

  2. Its an example of political idiots thinking.. “ if we make a law!! Everyone will obey it”. And when it happens what do they do…. Try to pass more laws… sad.

  3. Ways this type of shit can be reduced:

    1. Stop glorifying mass shooters on mainstream news. While we’re at it, drag all mainstream news “journalists” outside and scourge them. Then shut down all mainstream news.
    2. Harden entrance/exits at schools. One way in. All other doors are locked/secured, but can be used as exits in case of emergency. Armed security hangs out by the entrance for an 8 hour shift. If we can park a State Trooper on the highway for 8 hours to generate revenue for the state, surely the lives of children are worth more.
    3. Allow teachers who are trained and comfortable to be armed with concealed firearms. Don’t mandate they do it, but allow them to.

    Follow these steps, and mass shootings at schools will decrease.

  4. I’m my state people with ccw can carry in school zones. You don’t need a ccw to carry in general but for some sensitive areas you do.

    One of my favorite conversations was listening to a teacher talk to the facility manager for the district about how horrible it was that parents could bring guns into the school. How it made it hard for her to communicate with parents for fear they would shoot her of she was “honest”.

    I kept my mouth shut as she ranted on and on about how dangerous it was.

    And I was standing 2 feet from her with a full size 1911 on my hip.

    My only question for her was, “maybe it wouldn’t be an issue if you were polite and respectful instead of assuming all your parents are crazy murders?”

    She didn’t like that.

  5. Israeli solution: armed hall monitors.

    In my grandkids schools, on my off duty days, cost free to the district. TDW-Mark II and I would volunteer.

    And, “FJB”? Well, yeah, but double “F” any goblin attempting to harm kids/staff at our grandkids school!

  6. You can’t even get a pocketknife into a ballgame but you can bring a rifle to a school?? Demmies, listen up…your crap ain’t working!

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