Skip to comments.Here's How Much The NRA Spent In Grants To Support School Security Projects Nationwide
Posted on 09/16/2018 6:14:34 AM PDT by rktman
The NRA School Shield Program, which was designed to address "the many facets of school security, including best practices in security infrastructure, technology, personnel, training, and policy," on Monday provides 54 grants in 23 states. The grants totaled more than $600,000 and were awarded to both public and private K-12 educational institutions.
The NRA is proud to be at a forefront of providing meaningful solutions to safeguard our nations schools, NRA President Oliver North said in a statement. Protecting our most precious resource our children with substantive measures that work should be the top priority for all Americans. Thanks to the generous support of NRA members, many schools will now have the necessary funding to enhance their security.
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-—Protecting our most precious resource our children with substantive measures that work should be the top priority for all Americans-—
And those who truly believe that will keep their children OUT of public schools. The vast majority of public schools are little more than anti-American, lgbtq indoctrination centers, engaging in child abuse in one form or another.
You’d be hard pressed to find many ‘teachers’ who are not rabid abortion advocates and solid Democratic voters.
Not to mention it does nothing to address the real cause of the problem.
Public schools are child abuse.
It burns me up when the politicians/Left are all screaming “do something .... more gun control is what we need” when the NRA took steps to immediately “do something” that actually works to protect the children in schools. This is an excellent program and due to the enemedia/Left, who are only interested in gun confiscation, few people know it exists.
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