By Red Pill  |  05-25-2018   News
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Law enforcement in Indiana say that a Science teacher is a hero for his selfless act of tackling a school shooter at Noblesville West Middle School on Friday - but he was shot during the act - just imagine what could have happened if this teacher was armed.

The tragic school shooting occurred just after 9 AM on Friday when the student asked to be dismissed from the classroom, only to return brandishing firearms and opening fire on the class.

Seventh-grader Ethan Stonebraker spoke highly of Jason Seaman, the brave science teacher who sprung into action to remove the threat and likely saved countless lives in the process.

"Our science teacher immediately ran at him, swatted a gun out of his hand and tackled him to the ground," Stonebraker said. "If it weren't for him, more of us would have been injured for sure."

Stonebraker added that the gunman was acting suspiciously as he walked out of class, in what no doubt is an act of horror that won't soon be forgotten.

Police Chief Kevin Jowitt said that because of one hero teacher's bravery that law enforcement was able to arrest the armed student “extremely quickly,” and that if not for such courage… the situation could have become much more tragic

Just a week ago in Sante Fe High School in Texas, there was another tragic school shooting, to which eight students and two teachers needlessly lost their lives, while the nation's politicians refuse to enforce an obligation to protect students with both metal detectors and armed security in every educational facility throughout the country.

As with today, there were no fatalities, but two people, one of whom is science teacher Jason Seaman, are suffering from injuries sustained during the shooting; this could have been avoided if the federal government would take action to allow either a voluntary or mandatory <i>protection of the Second Amendment</i> on campus.

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It doesn't have to be lethal ammunition to help provide safety to your students, either, whereas there are non-lethal means to stopping would-be criminals that are equally as effective.

However, if a teacher chooses to carry, it should be allowed. Their students are their children. This could save a life.

There are several campuses across the nation in which have appointed a “Director of Security” on school grounds, and several of those schools have armed teachers, who not only take the proper training to learn to shoot but to understand the etiquette of firearms safety, and in doing so provide a safer facility for their students.

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We're in a society that is filled with sick and deranged lunatics, of all ages, of every type.

There are also natural heroes, such as that of Jason Seaman, but he could have lost his life today in the shooting had he not been given the grace of God during his interventionist decision.

He's a hero, but imagine if he were carrying one of these options for saving lives?

Our resident security expert at The Goldwater, Major Burdock, said that for those who feel uncomfortable carrying deadly weapons, that there are other options.

“Nothing beats lead, but I bought a half dozen of these for friends and family who don't carry or wanted something stashed they didn't have to worry about,” Major Burdock said. “All staff in Orlando should have carried these. No way to reload, countless lives saved.”

What if these teachers had a mechanism such as this in the school? Even if non-fatal, it's a line of defense?

This is one measure that should be taken as a mandatory requirement for all educators and staff. If they do feel as if they're comfortable carrying a deadly weapon, that should also be an option.

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We continue to hear stories of how gunman is stopped by law-abiding citizens who choose to enact their Second Amendment rights, and as the shooting at Dixon High School in Illinois earlier this month has now proven, all it takes is one person with a gun to take down the shooter.

Today we have to acknowledge that the bravery of science teacher Jason Seaman saved countless lives when he swatted the gun away from the ninth-grader who opened fire on his peers prior to tackling him, but we can also be reminded that had someone with the extraordinary courage of Seaman had a proper means of defense, <i>an equalizer</i>, that he likely wouldn't be injured at all, nor would the other victim.

According to the hero teacher's brother, Jeremy Seaman, his brother was shot three times and was undergoing emergency surgery to save his life as we speak.

Seaman was initially in and out of consciousness after the shooting, but that he did speak with his wife telling her he was okay.

As for Jeremy Seaman, he says he's moved away from Indiana into Arizona, but he reminds us that his brother was a defensive end for Southern Illinois University's football team, and it's that build, along with his courage, that's always driven him to <i>stand his ground.</i>

So for a teacher like Seaman, imagine if that teacher, at minimal, had non-lethal arms to stand tall in taking down a hostile threat to his students?

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“The Kimber costs $40 and can be velcroed anywhere, this one has four shots, better range, and… well, nobody is gonna reload after getting hit with one of these,” Major Burdock said of the many non-lethal options available.

What America needs now is for Congress to act.

It's time for a mandatory policy being put in place that provides all classrooms non-lethal defense as a nationwide measure, and if the teacher chooses to do so, they can then upgrade into a deadly weapon, provided they've acquired the proper firearms training in both shooting and safety.

Certainly, America's gun manufacturers would allow for an at-cost policy and procedure in place that would allow all schools nationwide to purchase firearms en-masse for teachers.

Such a measure would both be a public relations gift to the firearms industry and restore the Democratic Party’s utter desire to attack the gun industry without merit.

We can do more as a society to protect students. Adding a policy such as this as a nationwide mandate for non-lethal defenses, with the potential for deadly weapons, included with the possible metal detectors in every entranceway, and even adding armed guards, as well as electronic security to lockdown classrooms, is a guaranteed means of reducing the number of casualties as a whole.

It's not that we <i>can do more</i>, it's that <i>we’re doing nothing</i> as is.

We must come to terms with a proper means of defense for our students, and take the necessary steps to protect them, giving heroes like Jason Seaman a fighting chance against a firearm.

It's time for Democrats to drop their desire to “ban guns,” it just isn't going to happen in America. Not without a civil war. It's also not a solution to stopping criminals from breaking the law.

The one thing that stops a bad guy with a weapon is a good guy with a weapon.

Additional Sources or Relevant Information:

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/midwest/ct-noblesville-west-middle-school-20180525-story.html

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