In the video below, students from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tell the world that they’re mad as hell that they’ve lost 17 of their classmates to a spree killer armed with an AR15. Mad at the FBI for failing to act on not one but two tips, the second of which identified the killer’s motive, means and opportunity? Sure. Mad at the Broward County Deputies for responding to 39 911 calls on the killer without making sure he received some kind of attention, like . . .
incarceration? Uh, no.
Mad at Florida social services, who knew that Nikolas Cruz was dangerous and owned a gun and closed the case and walked away? No, not them.
Mad at the school board, for operating a school that was an obvious soft target, and not providing a single armed guardian? Nope.
The kids are mad at politicians for not passing laws that would have stopped the killer.
And what laws might those be? Laws that would have stopped the killer buying a gun! Laws that will stop future killers from buying a gun! Which are . . . those laws! Gun control laws!
And so . . .
Women’s March organizers are encouraging students, teachers and their allies to walk out of schools on March 14 to protest gun violence.
They’re demanding that Congress take legislative action on gun control in the wake of last week’s deadly school shooting in Florida instead of merely tweeting their thoughts and prayers.
“Students and staff have the right to teach and learn in an environment free from the worry of being gunned down in their classrooms or on their way home from school,” reads the group’s statement. “Parents have the right to send their kids to school in the mornings and see them home alive at the end of the day.”
I don’t think that word “right” means what they think it means. Or want it to mean. Or want other people to think it means. But one thing’s for sure . . .
The mainstream media will be all over this #enough business. By the time the rally hits the headlines, you, dear reader will have had #enough of this anti-gun agitprop. As if you haven’t already.