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How Active Shooter Drills are Used to Terrorize the Public into Supporting Gun Control

They are now featuring simulated ammunition to further scare the kids into obedience.

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In lieu of the media-generated threat over mass shootings, public schools throughout the country are regularly conducting active shooter drills with some of these drills featuring simulated gun fire to further terrorize children.

One such drill happened last week in Dayton, OH – the site of a mass shooting in August by an ANTIFA-linked killer which resulted in 10 deaths.

The Dayton Daily News reported about the drill that took place on Oct. 1:

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School Resource Officer Amanda Myers said students will meet in their homerooms and will be taken to the auditorium for a presentation about the drill they are about to experience. She said teachers in the building went through a similar drill two weeks ago.

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Myers said after the presentation, students will return to their classrooms and await the start of the scripted drill. She said teachers will have the option to say where the shots were coming from or not during the drill. During each set of shots, the students and teachers will talk about it and a possible plan of action whether to barricade their classroom or evacuate.

Outside of the building, staff members will be wearing safety vests to assist and direct students to pre-determined safe zones. In addition, there will be school buses circulating in the adjacent neighborhood which will also be safe zones. The safety staff members will have a list of safety steps relating to medical treatment, cover and concealment, bus locations.

Following the drill, students will return to their homerooms as well as back to the auditorium for a one-hour debriefing. After lunch, students will have discussions with their teachers and participate in social emotional activities.

Other drills featuring simulated gun fire have occurred without any prior notice and were done to send the message to children that they are never safe.

Lake Brantley High School in Altamonte Springs, FL issued a “code red” lock-down on Dec. 8 of last year. A voice broadcast over the PA system that “this is not a drill,” as teachers were sent text messages telling them that an active shooter was on the premises. It sent the entire school into hysteria, for what turned out to be a cruel hoax perpetrated by the county Sheriff’s Office.

“It took a lot of people a lot of time to process what was happening,” said 17-year-old Miryam Elshaer, who was traumatized by the ordeal, to the Orlando Sentinel. “In my head I was like, ‘Oh my god I could’ve died today.'”

“My first reaction was anger,” said 16-year-old Sabrina Bonadio after the drill tok place. “No one really talked about the emotional impact, which I feel like is more longer lasting. I feel like [administrators] never really recognized that people had panic attacks.”

Experts have indicated that there is no evidence showing that these active shooter drills increase public safety at all. They are routinely compared to the laughable and futile “duck and cover” drills that children were made to do in the 1950s in case of a nuclear holocaust.

“There is no evidence that that prepares people any better than in just instructing them verbally or in writing,” said James Alan Fox, a Northeastern University criminologist, to NPR.

“When the Parkland shooting happened, a lot of the teachers weren’t sure whether this was a drill, which they’d been having unannounced, or a real event,” he added.

“They’re at a heightened risk to then develop more anxiety, more fear as a result of being in what is in some cases a rather frightening simulation,” University of Central Florida psychologist Deborah Beidel said about the impact that these drills have on children.

And that very may be the entire point of the exercises. The active shooter drills have become a popular talking point among special interests and left-wing politicians who want to eviscerate the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution.

An anti-gun group, Sandy Hook Promise released a disgustingly manipulative propaganda video last month, which was echoed by Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke on Twitter.

“The idea that we’re sending our kids back to school … to enact active shooter drills,” Congresswoman Angie Craig (D-MN) said to the Star Tribune. “That shouldn’t be, in America.”

“We’ve never fought for anyone’s right to turn a high school hallway, synagogue, concert, church or Walmart into a battlefield. There’s a lot we hope our children learn at school, but active shooter drills shouldn’t be in the curriculum,” Reps. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ) and Jason Crow (D-CO) wrote in a USA Today op/ed following recent mass shootings.

A recent survey conducted by CentralSquare has shown that the propaganda is working on the youth, as Millennials and Generation Z are twice as concerned about mass shootings as their Baby Boomer counterparts.

“The younger generation, who grew-up with active shooter drills in schools, expressed more concern for shooting incidents – 46% of Generation Z (born between 1997 and 2001) and 39% of Millennials (born between 1981 and 1996) said that they were either worried or very worried about active shooters, compared to only 22% of Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964),” CentralSquare wrote in the press release about their survey.

Active shooter drills are training precocious young people to be scared of guns at all times in order to prime the pump for the firearm confiscation that extreme left-wing Democrats have been salivating about for decades.

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New Group of Turncoat Gun Owners is Being Launched to Push for Civilian Disarmament

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Giffords, an anti-Second Amendment organization created by former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, is launching a new group of gun owners to challenge pro-gun groups across the nation.

Building off a coalition that was set up in 2018, Gun Owners for Safety was recently unveiled and has chapters present in Colorado, Minnesota and Texas. It will serve as a counterbalance against pro-gun organizations and will push for gun control measures nationwide.

“I think whether you’re talking about politics, whether you’re talking about lobbying, whether you’re talking about culture change, what’s vitally important is that we focus on the millions of Americans at the center of our politics. If we’re going to have long-term durable change in this country, it can’t just be the activists on the left and the activists on the right. We really have to move the center,” Giffords Executive Director Peter Ambler declared.

Giffords is the wife of Arizona Senate candidate Mark Kelly. She is also a gun owner and according to Ambler, Giffords was one of the most moderate members during her time serving in the U.S. House.

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Ambler claims that the group’s organizers have already reached out to approximately 50,000 gun owners all across the nation “who are fed up with the NRA,” Ambler stated. According to a report by The Hill, the group’s members “include hunters, collectors, veterans, former law enforcement and others who value firearm ownership but also want to reduce gun violence.”

“These men and women were eager, at a time when our values of our country are being debated, to raise their hand and show politicians, show the country, that the vast majority of gun owners support safer gun laws,” Ambler remarked. The Executive Director of Giffords said that universal background checks are a central policy item for the group.

The NRA has become a punching bag of sorts for many gun control groups. Despite some of its questionable dedication to certain gun rights causes, the kind of persecution the NRA is facing from the state of New York for allegedly mismanaging funds and being involved in other forms of corruption.

“Put your foot in the shoes of an American gun owner, do you want to be part of the NRA, which is embroiled in legal and ethical controversy?” Ambler inquired. “The NRA wants you to believe that you can’t have your Second Amendment and pursue laws like … universal background checks.”

“American voters are hungry for campaigns and messages and groups of people who are attempting to bring people together to accomplish something that serves all Americans. That’s why Gabby is working so hard to organize fellow gun owners across the country,” Ambler commented.

The pro-gun control movement is not playing around. They will use every strategy in the book to try to destroy the Second Amendment. Gun owners should prepare themselves for the most unorthodox of attacks that come from this desperate anti-freedom lobby.

 

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