Granbury Texas Teachers Carry Guns to Protect the Children. Guns Are Good in the Hands of Good People

Just a few days ago the Granbury, Texas, independent school district matter-of-factly announced that their teachers will be carrying guns to protect the lives of the children. I say, ‘bravo’ for a city that understands that there is obviously evil in this world and that there are not only mentally ill people in this world, but people who are demon-possessed who will walk into an elementary school, middle school, or high school with an AK-47 and kill little children while they are praying The Lord’s Prayer. Well, let them try that foolishness in Granbury, and they will open their eyes in Hell in short order because even the women in Texas know how to shoot.

FOX News 4 Reports:

It’s the first day of school for Granbury ISD students. Students are feeling the heat, but school staff are packing it.

Signs posted around schools in Granbury ISD are letting people know that staff members may be armed.

Granbury, which is southwest of Fort Worth, joins a growing list of Texas school districts allowing staff to carry firearms.

Some parents knew about the change going into the school year. Others are just learning about it and are expressing some concerns but still say they support the policy if it keeps students stay safe.

First day of school jitters aren’t just for students. Parents are anxious about sending their children back to school for a variety of reasons, including school safety in the wake of several mass shootings.

“We kind of want to set the tone that our school districts are not soft targets,” said Granbury ISD Superintendent Jeremy Glenn.

Granbury ISD is joining about a third of Texas school districts choosing to arm some teachers and staff, including Argyle and Keen ISD.

A terribly sad example of guns being in the hands of evil people but not in the hands of good people is the tragic Wal-Mart shooting in El Paso, Texas. If two or three designated military veteran sharp shooters were in place the demonic shooter who was even shooting at toddlers would have been nullified and lives would have been saved.

Take the Dayton, Ohio, shooting. More lives would have been lost if it had not been for those super heroic police officers running blindly around that corner with guns blazing, not knowing if it would be their last second on earth. The heroic officers of Dayton, Ohio, should be made into a movie.

When you are in a war, guns must meet guns, and we are at war with crazed demonic American terrorists. Yes, prayer is the answer, but when you are in war you got to pray and shoot.

-Luke Jeremiah