Gun Control Sandy Hooker Claims Victim Would Rather Die Than Carry A Gun

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Gun ControlA rather amazing thing has been going on in the schools since the Sandy Hook tragedy last year; common sense seems to be gaining a foothold.  School boards and districts are finally realizing the danger of believing in so called “gun free zones”.  With this realization comes the next step: action.  In many places across the country that action is the revocation of the bans denying teachers their constitutional right to keep and bear arms.

I wrote yesterday that this isn’t just in Texas or deeply red states but in places like St. Helens Oregon.

You can go ahead and add Briggsdale Colorado to the growing list as well.

School administrators in the tiny Colorado town of Briggsdale will allow an unspecified number of teachers to carry concealed handguns in the classroom as long as they agree to participate in ongoing training.

Participants must commit to hitting the firing range for a minimum of 100 rounds per month.

Briggsdale, located in northeastern Colorado, is too small to have it’s own police department and it’s at least 20 minutes away from the nearest emergency response.

But I’m not writing this just to illustrate another school that got wise to reality, lest I find myself writing about it constantly.  But rather it was a comment I heard by a Gun Control Sandy Hooker in response to the Briggsdale school district’s decision.

Jane Dougherty, the sister of slain Sandy Hook psychologist Mary Sherlach says:

“I can sympathize with [the school’s]location, and they’re small, but to me, that’s an accident waiting to happen.”

That right there is just your basic gun control talking point and while I think it is misguided it doesn’t really bother me as much as what she said next.

Dougherty went on to say:

“I think about my sister, she would NEVER, EVER want to be somebody walking around with a gun.”

Really?  Your sister, would never EVER want to be somebody with a gun?  This is why I refer to Gun Control proponents who exploit the tragedy in Newtown as Sandy Hookers.  This is about as reprehensible and morally repugnant as it gets.

According to Dougherty, based on her statement, her sister Mary Sherlach would rather die and let the 20 children die too instead of being somebody with a gun.

If what Dougherty says is true then her sister is a horrible human being who thought it was morally superior to let 20 children die than to shoot the person who was killing them.

Much like the old adage, “there are no atheists in foxholes”, it doesn’t matter how against guns she may have been, I tend to think better of Mary Sherlach and believe that if she had a choice to either shoot Adam Lanza or let him kill her and 20 first grade children she would do the right thing.

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