Aaron Feis has been in the MSM news a lot, mostly as him being a teacher and a coach, but they're overlooking the fact that he was on duty as a security officer that day. Yes, he worked as a security guard at the school. Feis is likely the man who confronted the shooter very early in the rampage, and he gave his life trying to protect the children from harm.
In this brief and thoughtful article, Patrick Jakeway from American Thinker looks at how different things might have been if Aaron had been allowed to carry a sidearm. Many other potential massacres have been stopped 'by a good guy with a gun' and it is clear that a good guy without a gun is just another victim.
But we can't have a 'rational debate' about guns with the liberals since all they do is tell lies.
In newspapers, on TV and even politicians in their speeches: the gun-grabbers have no place for the truth. Facts do not interest them at all. Only emotions and their end goal motivate them: total confiscation.
An AR-15 is not a 'military weapon' at all, it just looks like one. So do dozens of other guns. It is not an 'assault rifle' it is just the same as dozens of other 'less scary' rifles. There is nothing it does that nearly every rifle like it out there can also do except it 'looks scary' and that's why the gun-grabbers focus on it with 'laser-like intensity'. The vast majority of murders or suicides in the USA are not done with rifles at all, those account for about 2% and that's ALL sorts of rifles, not just the AR-15.
Hundreds of thousands of AR-15 owners never once break the laws with their guns, but they should all be confiscated because some criminal goes on a rampage?
Here are 7 things we could do to help prevent another mass shooting:
And violating the US Constitution isn't one of them. If people want to overturn the 2nd Amendment? There's 2 ways to do so:
- Follow the clearly defined process which other Amendments have been overturned with before.
- Take up arms and overthrow the US Government (that would be rather ironic, don't you agree?)
Sure, Jeff Sanders gets a little preachy at the end, but the facts remain: there ARE ways to drastically lower the chances of mass shootings in US schools without destroying the US Constitution. Enforcing existing laws would be a good idea before passing more and utterly useless laws, don't you think?