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What This North Carolina County Is Equipping Schools With Is Going To Have Liberals Flipping Their Lids

    Holy mackerel.

    When liberals find out that Madison County, North Carolina is equipping local schools with safe boxes containing AR-15 rifles, breaching tools, and stacks of extra ammo and magazines, you can guarantee that they are going to lose their minds.

    Like we’re talking full-on meltdowns the likes of which we may not yet be ready to behold.

    But hey, at least these folks are taking practical measures to try and keep their schools safe in the event of a mass shooting.

    All of this information comes from The Asheville Citizen Times.

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    “We were able to put an AR-15 rifle and safe in all of our schools in the county,”  Madison County Sheriff Buddy Harwood, went on to say. “We’ve also got breaching tools to go into those safes. We’ve got extra magazines with ammo in those safes.”

    Here are a few more details from our friends at Newsmax:

    The beefed-up security measures come in response to the Uvalde, Texas, shooting on May 24 where an 18-year-old who broke into the school killed 19 children and two adults with a military-style rifle.

    No one was able to stop the gunman in part because of “systemic failures and egregious poor decision making” by nearly everyone involved who was in a position of authority, according to the Texas House of Representatives.

    “Those officers were in that building for so long, and that suspect was able to infiltrate that building and injure and kill so many kids,” Harwood stated.

    “I do not want to have to run back out to the car to grab an AR, because that’s time lost. Hopefully we’ll never need it, but I want my guys to be as prepared as prepared can be,” he continued.

    So what’s up with the breaching tools, you ask?

    According to Hardwood, they are there “in the event we have someone barricaded in a door, we won’t have to wait on the fire department to get there.”

    There are a total of six schools in Madison County:

    • Brush Creek Elementary, Hot Springs Elementary, Mars Hill Elementary, Madison Middle, Madison High, and Madison Early College High.

    This is a much better solution to protecting students in school than stripping people of their Second Amendment rights. Law abiding citizens who have access to weapons that can actually provide them with adequate protection against mass shooters, coupled with proper training, are more effective than law enforcement because there’s no wait time.

    That’s not to slam on cops. That’s just a fact.

    Let’s hope these tools never, ever need to be used.