NRATV host: Guns for teachers is a better use of taxpayer money than textbooks or after-school programs

NRATV host: Guns for teachers is a better use of taxpayer money than textbooks or after-school programs

Grant Stinchfield suggests the Department of Education arming teachers is “more in the boundaries of what federal money should be used for than … textbooks or after-school programs”

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From the August 28 edition of NRATV’s Stinchfield:

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GRANT STINCHFIELD (HOST): Texas is asking to spend federal Department of Education grant money to buy firearms for teachers that have gone through the states school marshal program. Teachers trained to carry firearms in school, in firearms, and the state needs permission to use federal money to do that. As you can imagine, the left is melting down. Anti-gunner’s outrage that the government would soon be funding firearms to put in the hands of educators. I would argue -- of all the things schools use federal grant money for, this may be the most legitimate. It falls into the core functions of the federal government, provide for the safety and security of its citizens. In fact, using federal tax dollars to buy guns for teachers is more in line, and more in the boundaries of what the federal money should be used for than even textbooks or after-school programs. Guns in the hands of good guys has a direct impact on our safety, a core function of government.

Previously:

NRATV host: “I promise you there were reporters who were disappointed … that an AR-15 wasn’t used” during Madden 19 mass shooting

NRATV’s Grant Stinchfield: Mainstream media members should ask Trump to pardon their “treasonous” behavior

NRATV host criticizes survivor of Madden tournament shooting for supposedly not hearing

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Education, Guns
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NRATV
Person
Grant Stinchfield
Show/Publication
NRATV
Stories/Interests
National Rifle Association, Guns
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