Statistics are not on the side of gun control advocates, but more and more we are seeing schools use the education system to push an anti-gun agenda. We already know they have tried to pollute the meaning of the 2nd amendment and now it looks like they want to brainwash kids into thinking that only bad people own guns.
This entire incident looks so staged it’s not even funny. You see Muncie, Indiana mayor Dennis Tyler reading a letter from a student that says he is afraid of guns. This gives the mayor –who also happens to be a member of the anti-gun group Mayors Against Illegal Guns — a perfect opportunity to exploit the children.
For the mayor it was all about teaching the kids to look at every gun owner as a bad guy so future generations would be brainwashed into voting in anti-gun politicians.
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According to the Star Tribune, children were able to give the mayor letters voicing concerns about their community. Once such letter read,
“Dear Mayor, I want to ask an important question. People have been shooting at night and I want to ask you ‘Can you make them stop?’ I want to meet this man who told the other people to shoot guns because it is inappropriate to shoot guns. Terry Miles.”
Two so called “gun experts” are brought in to help the staged event even more.
Tyler made it very clear that their concerns were important, which is why he brought two “experts” to help answer their questions — Muncie police detective Robert Scaife and Muncie police deputy chief Mark Vollmar.
Scaife wasted no time.
“Everybody knows that guns are really bad, right?” [he said].
The children nodded in agreement.
“Sometimes it’s legitimate to carry a gun, but you should always tell your parents when you see one,” Vollmar said, adding that people must have permits.
“I don’t like it but they can do it,” Tyler added. “Guns scare me.”