Assembly Bill 424 Would Disarm Public School Teachers and Lower Sentence Lengths for Gun Criminals
The fun-loving, anti-gun, anti-liberty, anti-human folks of California are at it again. This time, its Democratic Assemblyman Kevin McCarty whose introduced a bill that would disarm all teachers in public schools, while also making it more difficult to punish people who commit gun crimes on public school grounds.
From the SF Chronicle
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Assembly Bill 424, by Democratic Assemblyman Kevin McCarty of Sacramento, removes the power of local school authorities to allow someone to legally carry a gun on school grounds.
It’s aimed at a tiny number of schools where teachers with training and valid concealed-weapons permits have been allowed to carry guns, so that they can protect their students in the horrific event of a school shooting incident.
With the new law, any deranged person bent on slaughtering children will now know for certain there will be no armed resistance inside school grounds.
While we ponder the logic of AB424, we should consider another bill Brown signed, Senate Bill 620 by Sen. Steven Bradford, a Democrat from Gardena (Los Angeles County).
It repeals the long-standing Penal Code section that requires extra years behind bars for anyone using a gun to commit a crime and leaves such “enhancements” to the future discretion of judges.
So on one hand Brown and the Legislature make it more difficult for a teacher to protect children against gun-wielding criminals, while on the other they reduce potential penalties for gun-wielding criminals.