Students Walked Out Of Class For Gun Grabbing, Learned All About Democracy Or Something

You can find stories from all over the country on the planned student walkout on Friday, which called for….restrictions on the Constitutional Rights of law abiding citizens, an amendment which was partially meant to protect the other Constitutional Rights as written in the other Amendments. Here’s an interesting article from San Antonio

(MySA) For half an hour, at least 100 students at Churchill High School were out of school Friday morning, gathered on the sidewalk along Blanco Road to protest school shootings and call for gun control legislation.

They were supervised by North East Independent School District police and their principal, who walked among them with a timer on his phone, encouraging them to return to class. The students held up signs and at one point chanted, “No more guns.” They cheered as passing cars honked horns in encouragement.

And right there is the overall purpose: banning all guns from private ownership. Leave it to the kids to unintentionally expose the true gun grabber agenda.

Alansa and Arela Delgado, twin sisters and Churchill sophomores, said they were discouraged by the attempts of Principal Justin Oxley to usher the students back inside.

“We are learning out here what democracy is,” Alansa Delgado said. “I’m learning more here than I am in English right now.”

Well, our democracy (federal republic) does not run along the lines of mob rule, where people who have a beef can gnash their teeth and take away Constitutional rights. And if that’s their quote on English, then, yeah, they haven’t learned a whole lot. And it doesn’t say much for the state of our educational system.

Furthermore, you don’t have the 1st, for instance, without the 2nd.

Anyway, what did the Special Snowflakes, with all their worldly experience, want? The majority of articles that give their demands show

(Nashville Public Radio)Student demands — more measured and specific — continued from a makeshift stage on the steps of city hall. They are:

  • background checks on every gun sale
  • waiting periods on gun purchases
  • a ban on bump stocks
  • a safe storage law for gun-owners
  • the removal of firearms from domestic abusers

“These are our demands. We believe they are reasonable, and we expect to see steps taken to carry them out,” said MLK student organizer Olivia Connor.

Here’s the thing: none of these are, by themselves, problematic, excepting the safe storage law, because that would, right from the bat, make guns for home protection worthless. But, the other 4? Well, we already have waiting periods. What more do they want? Ban bump stocks? OK. A tiny, tiny percent of gun sales are made without a background check, but, OK, fine, all. I have no problem with that. Temporary removal and/or denial of purchase ability for those under a domestic abuse order? With a judge’s consent.

The big problem is we know these are just starting points. Not end points. What should be common sense laws can’t get passed because we know the gun grabbers will then demand more, as well as use the laws to deny law abiding citizens their Constitutional right wherever and however they can. The kids said it: “no more guns.” That’s the agenda.

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3 Responses to “Students Walked Out Of Class For Gun Grabbing, Learned All About Democracy Or Something”

  1. I am against the Democratic party using the public school system as if it were their personal toy for activism. It is bad enough that they control the curriculum 100%. But to take students outside the classroom in an organized fashion to participate in democratic party activities is too much. This should be grounds for dismissal for those teachers and administrators involved. If students decided on their own to do this for a Republican party cause or even a personal cause like going surfing instead of class, the administrators would bring harsh discipline on the students. This is a gross abuse of power for partisan politics.

  2. Hoss says:

    It’s very heartening to see that people on the right aren’t inclined to go along to get along for the sake of it anymore. No more letting the camel’s nose in the tent just to take some temporary heat off, and it’s not like they’re proposing solutions that would have changed a single damned thing (and yes, even the bump-stock ban is stupid because it can be replicated easily without the bump-stock).

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