Sheriff Richard Jones TAKES ACTION To Protect Schools: “We can’t wait for our government” (Video)

We are with you on this Sheriff Jones, we need better security in our schools and armed personnel to fight this growing problem to protect our children!

Butler County, Ohio Sheriff Richard K. Jones is doing exactly what POTUS talked about. It’s up to the states to do what they can to protect students in schools. Texas and Missouri schools already train teachers to protect the students by being armed. This sheriff isn’t waiting for the feds to do something.

Sheriff Richard Jones, offered free gun training to teachers: “We have to do something here because we can’t wait for our government to do anything.”

TEXAS TEACHERS ARMED:

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CNN shows a report about a Texas school in which students say they “feel protected” knowing the teachers are armed. The school is another rural school just like the ones in Missouri where the teachers are armed. It’s just common sense to have armed teachers when it would take too long for the police to come quickly for an emergency.

Training once a year and target practice are requirements. Armed teachers should be volunteers and should be trained so they will be ready at all times. Notice how the CNN commentators never say this would be voluntary. They make it sound like the teachers would be forced to do this.

President Trump wants states to arm selected teachers in schools after the Florida school shooting that killed 17:

President Trump wants states to arm selected teachers in schools after the Florida school shooting that killed 17. Read more at 100%FedUp.

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