FLASHBACK: California Criminalizes Stopping School Mass Shooters with a Gun

California is leading the nation in executing creative, innovative ways to slowly erode the ability of individuals to ‘legally’ (without threat of coercion) acquire, possess, and carry effective tools of self-defense, guns.

They hate guns so much in California that they passed a bill back in October of 2017 that would criminalize anyone from using a gun to stop a school shooting.   The bill specifically would criminalize the possession of a firearm on a school campus, under all circumstances, assuring that anyone with a gun who might use it to stop a school shooting can be assured they will face criminal prosecution for their heroic deeds.

This bill flew under the radar and did not get much coverage by the media, outside of a Breitbart article.

In light of recent events, along with the rising chorus of anti-human, anti-liberty, anti-gun voices, I thought I would remind my audience of the sheer insanity of the gun grabbers, exposing their hatred of guns and their indifference to the safety and welfare of our children.

The bill, signed into law by Jerry “I hate guns more than I love children” Brown, would criminalize the possession of firearms on school campuses under all circumstances, thus assuring that psychopaths looking for target-rich safe killing zone (as in it’s safe to kill without fear of consequence for AT LEAST a good ten minutes, if not longer) know EXACTLY where to go in California, the schools.

Do you, Jerry Brown, and the anti-human, anti-liberty tyrants that voted for this bill, hate guns so much that you would so easily, so willingly put at risk the lives of our children?  The answer, apparently, is yes.


The bill, AB 424, was introduced by Assemblyman Kevin McCarty’s (D-Sacramento).

McCarty introduced his bill after five California school districts chose to allow teachers and/or staff with concealed carry permits to be armed on campus to defend themselves and their students.

The five districts were Kern High School District, Kingsburg Joint Union High School District, Folsom Cordova Unified School District, Anderson Union High School District, and Palo Cedro’s North Cow Creek School District.

Breitbart News reported that McCarty justified his push to disarm teachers by saying, “A safe learning environment is essential for our children to be successful in the classroom. That’s not possible if a school district allows armed civilians to roam California school campuses.”

The Los Angeles Times reports that the Firearm Policy Coalition (FPC) opposed the bill and the idea of rendering teachers defenseless.

The FPC said: “The constitutional right to bear arms is based on the fundamental human right to self-defense. AB 424 undermines these very important principles based on little more than a whim.”

Read More at Tribunist Daily

From the bill:

Existing law makes it a crime to possess a firearm in a place that the person knows, or reasonably should know, is a school zone, unless it is with the written permission of the school district superintendent, his or her designee, or equivalent school authority.
This bill would delete the authority of a school district superintendent, his or her designee, or equivalent school authority to provide written permission for a person to possess a firearm within a school zone. By expanding the scope of a crime, the bill would create a state-mandated local program. The bill would exempt from that crime the activities of a program involving shooting sports or activities that are sanctioned by a school, school district, college, university, or other governing body of the institution, as specified, and the activities of a certified hunter education program, as specified. The bill would make other conforming changes to related provisions.
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