Gun Control PSA Advocates That Children Steal Their Parents’ Guns & Bring Them to School

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  • Gun Control PSA Advocates That Children Steal Their Parents’ Guns & Bring Them to School

    Not sure if you folks have seen this or not. Unreal.
    A new gun control Public Service Announcement (PSA) advocates that kids steal their parents' guns and bring them to school. Of course, this is a felony... But they encourage it anyway. The ad was released by Regina Sincic and Sleeper13…
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      First thing he does is pick it up with his finger on the trigger. Perhaps if they advocated proper training, kids wouldn't touch the weapon in the first place.

      It really makes we wonder how these geniuses think these kids will be able to grow up and defend our country if they are so indoctrinated into believing weapons are evil.
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        I've never heard anything so ridiculous in my life. The anti 2nd Amendment crowd has reached a new low... even for them.

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          Next they will be having them bring all the Bibles from home

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            I agree it's an idiotic ad. Ironically, one that is unlikely to achieve much of anything, except make the advertisers look foolish.

            My granddaughter lived in our home (with her mother) from the time she was born until she moved out with her mom at eleven years old a couple months ago. She was taught to keep away from guns without permission, which was almost a moot point, since if the gun wasn't on my hip it was locked in a safe. Then, to remove the "curiosity factor", she was taken to the range as soon as she expressed an interest, shot a little less than a full magazine of rounds, and said she was done.

            In families like ours, the kids would know better, and would likely tell as much to anyone that suggested this.

            In families that simply don't care, the kids aren't likely to be "ready snitches" on their parents.
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            • #7
              How anyone would consider that to be a "public service announcement" is beyond me. I fail to see how planting the idea in an untrained child's mind to steal a weapon and take it to school is any help to the public in general nor to the safety of himself and his classmates.
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                Originally posted by Cletis View Post
                How anyone would consider that to be a "public service announcement" is beyond me. I fail to see how planting the idea in an untrained child's mind to steal a weapon and take it to school is any help to the public in general nor to the safety of himself and his classmates.
                And you know what will happen as soon as he gets to the classroom... because of the zero tolerance rules, he will be expelled for bringing a gun to school!

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                • #9
                  Recommend you go back to the video and flag it as inappropriate--i did. Perhaps if enough people let them know the video advocates young children committing multiple felonies, they will take it down.
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                    Originally posted by hiyocheeto View Post
                    It really makes we wonder how these geniuses think these kids will be able to grow up and defend our country if they are so indoctrinated into believing weapons are evil.
                    That's the point of this political correctness in this PSA and our schools, to get the children to believe guns are bad and force parents to teach that guns are bad. There is no real expectation from the progressive/socialist for these children to grow up and pick up a firearm and defend the United States.



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                    • #11
                      This PSA, as well as others that will probably follow, remind me of the Communist, Nazis, and other Left Wing totalitarian groups indoctrinating children in order for the children to inform on their parents. This is the first step in wrestling children away from their parents and making the State the parent.
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