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California state law forbids firearms on school grounds, which means it’s illegal for teachers in the state to carry a concealed weapon with them to school. The anti-gun socialists running the state believe that banning firearms will somehow make students safer, but all they are doing is placing the students in more danger because shooters know they won’t face any immediate armed resistance.

However, that didn’t stop the San Diego County Gun Owners group decided to offer training to any teacher who wanted to attend. Even though the teachers aren’t allowed to be armed at school, a dozen teachers showed up for the training, just in case someone in the state legislature develops a brain and changes the law.

(East County Magazine) – Nationally, the debate over how to stop school shootings has included proposals ranging from tighter gun control laws to arming teachers.  Some states have allowed the latter, but not California, where a new state law effective January 1st prohibits bringing guns on campus statewide except for law enforcement personnel, educational or sports uses.

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Despite this legal impediment, the San Diego County Gun Owners, a political action committee, held a firearms training class for teachers on Sunday at Discount Gun Mart in San Diego. According to ECM news partner 10 News, about a dozen attendees showed up.

Michael Schwartz, executive director of the gun owners’ PAC, has said the program was “designed just to educate, really no politics involved.” The free course included instruction on safety, buying guns, differences between sport rifles and assault weapons, a firing guns after completion of the other instruction.

As to whether teachers should be allowed to carry guns at school, San Diegans have weighed in on both sides of the issue…

Anti-gun advocates argue there is no proof that arming teachers has saved lives but I totally disagree and want to point out that in areas that have allowed teachers and school staff to be trained and armed, there hasn’t been a shooting, which should serve to prove that wacko’s don’t target schools where they know someone is probably armed, only gun free zones or like in Florida where 1 armed security is roaming outside the multiple buildings.




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