You won’t believe what the Second Amendment critics are arguing now
Opponents of the Second Amendment have for years worked to prevent concealed carrying on college campuses across the country, repeatedly using ridiculous claims to limit the rights of students and campus employees to protect themselves and those around them.
However, a bill to legalize “campus carry” in Georgia is likely to pass in the legislature this month, and the Second Amendment critics are turning out in full force.
And you won’t believe what they are arguing now.
Perhaps their most outrageous claim yet, these gun-control advocates are arguing that House Bill 859 should be blocked because they fear it will cause students to shoot their college professors.
Apparently, students crazy enough to shoot their professors in the first place were previously prevented from doing so by the law.
This absurd argument assumes that if House Bill 859 is passed, students will complete the process of legally obtaining a concealed carry permit before shooting a professor on campus.
Or, even worse, their argument seems to assume that Americans old enough to carry a concealed firearm are not responsible enough to do so, an insult not only to college students but also to law-abiding gun owners nationwide.
Clearly, these ludicrous assumptions have been proven time and time again to be false, as criminals more often than not exhibit a complete disregard for the law.