|Georgia Teacher was not the good guy with a gun.|
Arming teachers in the case of a threat is bogus as well.
Okay, a Georgia teacher is spending his nights in the county lockup after he was acting a fool with his loaded flock.
Remember, the NRA says that the best way to stop a mass shooter with an assault rifle is a "good guy with a glock." Granted, I added the assault rifle and glock, but you see where I'm going with this.
The right believes, if we arm the licensed teachers, it could stop a threat. They make an extra dollar If they are trained. Sure helps them when they buy school supplies for their students. If we get more security guards, metal detectors, make bulletproof glass, and put god back in the classroom, it could stop a threat.
Yeah, lets raise taxes and offer more school levies.
You know it's the fault of single parent households. Let's shame the single mother, ban hip-hop music, ban video games, ban movies, blame the junk food media, blame George Soros and hold Black Lives Matter responsible, then we can have safe schools.
Tell me if any of these things ever worked?
A teacher from Dalton, Georgia was an armed teacher. Yeah the "good guy with a gun" barricaded himself in his classroom.
|Dalton High School in Georgia.|
Now Donald J. Trump and the NRA have figured that arming teachers would solve a school mass shooting. Their argument fell flat.
Randal Davidson was the teacher who fired off. He wasn't allowed to have firearms after a previous encounter.
Davidson was the play by play radio announcer for Dalton High School football and was considered the nice guy.
Remember that word, nice guy and link that to gun.
He is charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats, disturbing the peace, weapons under disability, having firearms on school grounds and improper use of a firearm. Charges that could land the teacher in the iron college for 20 years.
The suspect is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
By the way, Georgia lawmakers were upset that Delta cancelled the NRA. They decided to pass a draconian law to punish the airline company. They pulled the tax break for jet fuel. This could make Delta leave Hartfield Jackson Airport, the world's busiest airport.