David Gregory: Armed School Security For Me, But Not Thee
Another day, another loony tunes liberal going bat guano insane over a subject, followed by knowledge that said moonbat is a hypocrite
(Weekly Standard) David Gregory mocked the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre for proposing that armed guards be at every school in America. But the NBC host seems to have no problem with armed guards protecting his kids everyday where they attend school in Washington, D.C.
Gregory went on a long rant about armed guards not being the solution to protecting schoolkids from crazy people bent on killing kids.
But when it comes to Gregory’s own kids, however, they are secured every school day by armed guards.
The Gregory children go to school with the children of President Barack Obama, according to the Washington Post. That school is the co-ed Quaker school Sidwell Friends.
According to a scan of the school’s online faculty-staff directory, Sidwell has a security department made up of at least 11 people. Many of those are police officers, who are presumably armed.
Moreover, with the Obama kids in attendance, there is a secret service presence at the institution, as well.
Um, oops? In fact, Sidwell Friends hires people with Special Police Officer licenses as security. Why require an SPO license? Because the District of Columbia requires that any security guard that is going to carry a handgun be licensed as an SPO (except when working at a federal building, but the weapon may not leave the premises).
So, there you go, yet another unhinged and hypocritical liberal. Perhaps this explains why Obama really hasn’t jumped into the debate about having armed guards and/or armed teachers in schools: he knows his kids receive armed protection and their school has armed SPOs.
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