Gun control fanatics are so ridiculous. If it wasn’t bad enough that they routinely suspend little kids for pointing their fingers or eating their lunch into vague gun shapes, they’re now expressing concern that their gun-free zone signs on school campuses have a picture of a gun on it. They’re afraid that it will remind students of Sandy Hook.
The signs have been mandated by a recently enacted Illinois law that requires schools and other establishments to post 4-inch by 6-inch stickers outside the buildings to remind innocent concealed carriers that they are not allowed to carry their gun on those premises. That right is reserved only for government officials and other common criminals.
Some school officials aren’t happy about the stickers because they contain a very basic image of a gun.
“It is bothersome to have to post a sticker of a gun that says, ‘Hey, folks, leave your guns at home,’” Theresa Nolan, principal of Tinley Park High School, told the SouthtownStar.
Nolan stressed that she is very concerned with “safety and security” and concerned that, somehow, someone could wrongly interpret an image of a gun emblazoned with the universal sign for prohibiting something.
“I think the general public will be alarmed by it and wonder if people have been allowed to bring guns to school in the past,” Nolan also fretted.
She said she would prefer “something more subtle.” … “You can’t look at this (sticker) and not think about Sandy Hook,” the principal added.
Randy Couwenhoven, an associate principal at Tinley Park High, agreed.
“The intent of the stickers is to inform those with a concealed-carry license that they are not allowed to bring a gun into this location,” told the local paper. “It is a reminder to this particular audience, an audience that should already know this.”
Yeah, everyone should know by now that if you live in Illinois, especially Chicago, that you have no 2nd Amendment rights. Those rights are reserved solely for the police and gang members. Everyone else is strictly prohibited in order to keep everyone safe from “gun violence.” I hear it’s working out really well for them.