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An Officer With a Gun Saved Students’ Lives Tuesday

A student opened fire this morning at Great Mills High School in St. Mary’s County, Maryland. (Caveat — details on these things are always sketchy this early.)

Fortunately, before he did more than wound two fellow students, including the female he was specifically targeting, the school resource officer fired back and stopped the threat, killing the assailant.

Obviously, having an armed officer on campus saved lives today — but only because he was willing to respond, unlike the Parkland, Florida, deputy.

Following the adolescent Second Amendment puppet protests last week, and ahead of this weekend’s March for Our Lives, it’s worth noting that the demands* of these students/leftist political props include two policies they oppose. One of them is this: “Any legislation that would aim to fortify our schools with more guns.”

Again, many students are alive today because the Maryland school was fortified with a gun.

Food for thought for any teens honest about saving lives instead of serving as pawns for the Left.

First published at The Patriot Post


*Demands as published at

We demand that Congress enact an immediate resolution declaring gun violence a public health crisis and dedicating federal funding to research solutions and implement violence intervention programs. We demand Congress recognize all forms of gun violence, including violence committed by police.


  • Banning Assault Weapons & High Capacity Magazines / S. 2095
  • Expanding Background Checks to All Gun Sales / S 2009
  • Passing Gun Violence Restraining Order Law / H.R. 2598 / S. 1212
  • Stop Militarizing Law Enforcement Act / S.1856 / H.R. 1556


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