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[WATCH] Ohio Governor ‘MAGA’ Mike DeWine Signs Bill Allowing School Employees to Be Armed

[WATCH] Ohio Governor ‘MAGA’ Mike DeWine Signs Bill Allowing School Employees to Be Armed

The Republican “solution” to gun violence is never actually a solution, because Republicans are hooked through the bag to Russian-funneled NRA blood money. Now in the wake of six weeks of unusually high guns violence, including the mass shootings in an elementary school and a grocery store, the GOP response to a Democratic-backed bill was to vote against it (save for the ten members of the party of Guns Over People who remembered that little kids are supposed to grow into adulthood without limits or being slaughtered two days before summer break because a teenager could legally obtain an assault rifle that literally no civilian needs).

The GOP whines that Democrats want to take things away when all they want to do is make sure no more kids die while watching a Pixar movie in their classrooms. It’s not really a lot to ask, but then again, I don’t have a bank account that’s more important to me than the life of a child, so I can’t pretend to understand the GOP’s perspective on this subject. Good thing money is still green once you launder all of the kid blood off of it.

HOUSTON, TX – MAY 27: Gun control advocates gather to hear Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke speak at Discovery Green across from the National Rifle Association Annual Meeting at the George R. Brown Convention Center, on May 27, 2022 in Houston, Texas. The NRA kicked off its annual convention in Houston on Friday, days after 19 students and two teachers died in a shooting in Uvalde, Texas. (Photo by Eric Thayer/Getty Images)

The Republican “solution” to making sure kids make it home alive every day is to saddle them with giant Kevlar backpacks and then give them an armed guard as a teacher. At least, that’s what “MAGA Mike DeWine of Ohio has decided. That guy just signed a bill to allow school employees to be armed, because it’s so much better to give everyone a false sense of security than a real one.

As enacted, the law requires up to 24 hours of training before an employee can go armed, and up to eight hours of annual training. The training programs must be approved by the Ohio School Safety Center, and DeWine announced he’s ordering the center to require a maximum of 24 hours and a maximum of eight hours. Don’t you feel safer now? Me neither.

We can only hope that when classes resume in the fall, tempers stay even. What’s keeping an angry teacher from shooting an aggressive student now? What if they claim to feel threatened? It’s going to happen if more states arm teachers instead of disarming potential murderers. Even if more Republicans support better gun control laws now than ever before, they don’t seem to be the ones in Congress or other government positions of power.


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