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It's about taking the guns.

They can't finish the plan without taking the guns.
They will sacrifice every one of our children to do it, or they will brainwash them with total control of the educational system.

They have to remove our ability to fight back.

You think shit is crazy now?

Imagine if they were the only ones with guns.
You are “SPOT ON” brother!!! I just hope there are enough of us that can see this!
 

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You are “SPOT ON” brother!!! I just hope there are enough of us that can see this!
It's not like they hide it.

Today, Chuck Schumer tried to push the Terrorism Prevention Act to circumvent the Constitution and come for our guns.
It failed, 47-47(needed 60 to advance it).

Schumer also blocked the School Safety bill.
 

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It's not like they hide it.

Today, Chuck Schumer tried to push the Terrorism Prevention Act to circumvent the Constitution and come for our guns.
It failed, 47-47(needed 60 to advance it).

Schumer also blocked the School Safety bill.
A lot of people say that what the Dems are doing doesn’t make sense. And it doesn’t, from a normal, freedom and prosperity loving perspective. But when you realize that their real agenda is to divide the people, make them fight among themselves, totally destroy the economy and private businesses and start over with the government in complete control, you realize that they’re doing a pretty great job!!! Old farts like us, and our guns are one of their biggest obstacles! I intend to keep it that way!!!
 

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We need to harden our schools. We protect our money in banks better than we do our children in schools. Instead of sending billions of taxpayer money overseas to corrupt governments or countries that hate us, why not use that money to put law enforcement officers in our schools and harden our school buildings? The only solution politicians offer is more useless gun control laws rather than deal with the elephant in the room, people wanting to do evil. I’m old enough to remember high schools having rifle teams and no one ever shot up a school. Today, we face increased mental illness and a cultural shift where evil behavior is ignored.


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We need to harden our schools. We protect our money in banks better than we do our children in schools. Instead of sending billions of taxpayer money overseas to corrupt governments or countries that hate us, why not use that money to put law enforcement officers in our schools and harden our school buildings? The only solution politicians offer is more useless gun control laws rather than deal with the elephant in the room, people wanting to do evil. I’m old enough to remember high schools having rifle teams and no one ever shot up a school. Today, we face increased mental illness and a cultural shift where evil behavior is ignored.


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They send the money to Ukraine, and Ukraine donates a huge portion back to the corrupt politicians personal charity.
Then Ukraine uses another large portion to fund energy companies and utilities, who employ the children of the same US politicians that voted to send the money to Ukraine.

It's a money laundering machine.
 

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Texas school districts can secure their schools if they choose.... whether is securing entrances/exits, hiring armed security, allowing staff/teachers to carry... whatever. It's up to the people who live there to decide. Only about a third of Texas school districts will even allow staff to carry... so... it is what it is.

Texas:

https://www.star-telegram.com/news/state/texas/article261779287.html

About 365 school districts in Texas allow staff to carry firearms on school premises. They represent about 36% of the 1,023 independent school districts in Texas. In 2013, the Texas Legislature passed two methods to authorize employees to carry firearms on school property. Texas school districts are able to opt into: the Guardian Plan and the School Marshal Plan. The School Marshal Program allows marshals designated by a district to be armed. Since 2013, Texas law has permitted school districts to appoint one or more specially trained and licensed employees as school marshals. Those school marshals can carry a handgun on the school premises after 80 hours of training. School marshals are restricted from carrying concealed firearms if they’re in regular contact with the students. In that case, the marshal can have a gun in a safe at the school. Schools can appoint one marshal per 100 students in average daily attendance, or for a private school, one marshal per 100 students enrolled. “The board must require that a designated school marshal may carry a concealed handgun on the marshal’s person or in a locked and secured location on the physical premises of a school,” says the Texas Association of School Boards. “A school marshal may access a handgun only under circumstances that would justify the use of deadly force for the safety or protection of others as provided by law, and the marshal may use only frangible duty ammunition approved for the purpose by [Texas Commission on Law Enforcement].” The Guardian Plan is broader, authorizing school boards to allow any employees to be armed, under the authority of the federal Gun-Free School Zones Act and the Texas Penal Code. Those employees, after completing 16 hours of training, may carry a concealed firearm in the presence of students. “In most cases, school districts limit employee authorization to commissioned peace officers. In some districts, however, authorization has been granted to other school officials or even classroom teachers,” the TASB report says. “While state and federal law gives school districts broad discretion to authorize the possession of firearms and other weapons on school premises, granting such authority brings a host of practical concerns, including safety and liability.” A Texas school district has the option to appoint one or more armed school marshals, adopt a local policy that authorizes employees to carry firearms on school premises, or both, according to the TASB. Only a few districts have chosen the School Marshal plan and instead opted for the Guardian Plan. As of 2018, 303 school districts had adopted the Guardian Plan, according to the TASB. And there are currently 62 school districts participating in the School Marshal Program, the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement told the Star-Telegram.
 

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Texas school districts can secure their schools if they choose.... whether is securing entrances/exits, hiring armed security, allowing staff/teachers to carry... whatever. It's up to the people who live there to decide. Only about a third of Texas school districts will even allow staff to carry... so... it is what it is.

Texas:

https://www.star-telegram.com/news/state/texas/article261779287.html

About 365 school districts in Texas allow staff to carry firearms on school premises. They represent about 36% of the 1,023 independent school districts in Texas. In 2013, the Texas Legislature passed two methods to authorize employees to carry firearms on school property. Texas school districts are able to opt into: the Guardian Plan and the School Marshal Plan. The School Marshal Program allows marshals designated by a district to be armed. Since 2013, Texas law has permitted school districts to appoint one or more specially trained and licensed employees as school marshals. Those school marshals can carry a handgun on the school premises after 80 hours of training. School marshals are restricted from carrying concealed firearms if they’re in regular contact with the students. In that case, the marshal can have a gun in a safe at the school. Schools can appoint one marshal per 100 students in average daily attendance, or for a private school, one marshal per 100 students enrolled. “The board must require that a designated school marshal may carry a concealed handgun on the marshal’s person or in a locked and secured location on the physical premises of a school,” says the Texas Association of School Boards. “A school marshal may access a handgun only under circumstances that would justify the use of deadly force for the safety or protection of others as provided by law, and the marshal may use only frangible duty ammunition approved for the purpose by [Texas Commission on Law Enforcement].” The Guardian Plan is broader, authorizing school boards to allow any employees to be armed, under the authority of the federal Gun-Free School Zones Act and the Texas Penal Code. Those employees, after completing 16 hours of training, may carry a concealed firearm in the presence of students. “In most cases, school districts limit employee authorization to commissioned peace officers. In some districts, however, authorization has been granted to other school officials or even classroom teachers,” the TASB report says. “While state and federal law gives school districts broad discretion to authorize the possession of firearms and other weapons on school premises, granting such authority brings a host of practical concerns, including safety and liability.” A Texas school district has the option to appoint one or more armed school marshals, adopt a local policy that authorizes employees to carry firearms on school premises, or both, according to the TASB. Only a few districts have chosen the School Marshal plan and instead opted for the Guardian Plan. As of 2018, 303 school districts had adopted the Guardian Plan, according to the TASB. And there are currently 62 school districts participating in the School Marshal Program, the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement told the Star-Telegram.
I agree.

They need armed guards, not half measures

 

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Press conference.
Alot of info, and alot of WtF?


Local cops say they didn't go in because they thought it was a barricaded shooter, and not and active shooter....(what the ..?)

They called Border patrol Tactical squad, who wanted to go in, but we're denied by the local cops, because they thought it was a barricaded shooter.( second WTF?)

Shooter supposedly had 60 magazines, and carried 30 on him, and left 30 in a backpack.
That's 1800 rounds and weighs about 125lbs that he carried. ( Unbelievable wtf?)
 
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How/where do they hire all these shooters??
They don't hire them.
They "nudge" them and sometimes provide assets and equipment.

Remember Garland, Texas?
"Tear up Texas"? That was what an undercover FBI agent (who was caught fleeing the scene) had told the shooter in a text.
 

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A shimmer of light emerges.

Warrior citizen just found a way to kick Chief Arredondo off the city council, by studying their own bylaws.
Mayor had said there isn't a way to boot him.
Woman found a loophole.
Arredondo has been in hiding.
If he misses one more council meeting he can be fired if the council denies his request for leave of absence.
Council voted unanimously to deny.
He either faces the citizens, or gets the boot.

IMHO, he need to be fired, arrested, and immunity removed so parents can sue his ass.
 
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