Neighborhood Alliance PAC

Why #ArmTheTeachers?

When seconds count, the police are minutes away.

In the time it takes to call 911 and dispatch the police, people will die at the mercy of their aggressor with no ability to properly defend themselves.

Once upon a time, it was commonplace for students to have hunting rifles in the back of their trucks. Amazingly, school shootings were unheard of.  Nowadays, "gun-free zones" have painted a target on the backs of children in schools since their implementation, and mass shootings feel like a daily occurrence.

Instead of cowering in a corner like sitting ducks waiting for help, wouldn't it make more sense to allow teachers and staff to protect themselves immediately? That's the goal of the #ArmTheTeachers initiative.

The Left disagrees, and advocates for even tighter restrictions for gun ownership, as if criminals have ever cared about the law.

Help us keep our children safe by #ArmingTheTeachers.

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