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Two Teenagers Steal AR-15 From High School Resource Office

Following the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, many Conservatives theorized that teachers should be armed. The idea was both mocked and criticized by those on the left. That has not stopped some schools from not only housing guns on campus but housing assault weapons.

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One such High School is Red Boiling Springs High School which is located in Macon County, Tennessee. Two teenagers, not associated with the school, broke into the resource office on Wednesday and stole an AR-15 as well as a tactical vest.

The two men have been identified as 18 year-old Lee Clark and 19 year-old Adam Cisneros. Both students were briefly on the run from police. Clark turned himself in to the police on Saturday afternoon.

Critics of guns in school were quick to point out the irony of the situation. Gun control advocate, Shannon Watts, tweetedTwo young men broke into the School Resource Officer’s office at a Tennessee high school and stole an AR-15 and a tactical vest. This is a logical outcome of allowing guns in schools.”

William LeGate responded, “The NRA will day the solution to this is more guns in schools so that victims may possibly have the chance to defend themselves against the inevitable shooters.”
The President is one of those Conservatives who believe teachers should be armed. He said in February of 2018, “An attack has lasted, on average, about three minutes. It takes five to eight minutes for responders, for the police to come in, so the attack is over. If you had a teacher who was adept at firearms, they could very well end the attack very quickly.”

 

 



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