Upon the passing of campus carry law in Texas, politicians on the left warned all campus-goers that the sky would fall—that the libraries, the cafeterias, the classrooms would be covered in carnage. They said that 21-year-olds were too young to make life-altering decisions that involved a firearm.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
In fact, if you asked Lieutenant Amy Ivey from the Texas Tech PD, you’d hear the exact opposite. “I believe [campus carry] makes the campus a safer place to live, learn, and educate,” Lt. Ivey said. “I like to think that we’re no longer an opportunity for an active shooter because they know that if they come onto campus that there could be the potential for an individual to stop [them].”
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Just recently, Grant Stinchfield chatted with former U.S. Army Special Forces operator Pat McNamara about his thoughts on the NRA’s Carry Guard program, and he had nothing but great things to say.
Just as Pat McNamara says, “A confrontation is more than likely to go physical way before it goes lethal,” meaning that things aren’t going to immediately escalate from tranquil to fatal in a dangerous situation.