Libs Losing Their Minds Over New Gun Bill In Georgia!

Liberals are losing their minds over the recent bill passed by the Georgia State Senate that will allow guns on the college campuses in Georgia. The bill is now on it’s way to Nathan Deal, Georgia’s Governor. What do you think? Smart idea or very bad idea?

After two hours of heated debate from both sides of the aisle and a 37-to-17 vote, the Georgia Senate passed HB 859, a gun bill which would allow guns on the state’s college campuses. The bill had passed the Georgia House earlier this week. Now that it’s been passed by the state Senate, the gun bill is on its way to Governor Nathan Deal’s desk where he is expected to sign it into law.

As we’ve reported before, HB 859 would allow only those 21 years of age and older to carry firearms on Georgia college campuses. Obtaining a concealed carry permit – and carrying concealed – would be required by the new law, and some areas would remain gun-free zones, namely, dorms, fraternities, sororities, and sporting events.

Critics have voiced their concerns with the gun bill, saying that it would “increase the rate of suicides” and that it will lead to “more mothers burying their kids.” They contend that mixing college students with alcohol and guns is a “bad decision,” as an ad by Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety put it. Some faculty say that guns in classrooms will stifle free speech, as sometimes discussions become heated. Students will be reticent if they find out that the person next to them is carrying a gun. And not to mention that armed students upset over a bad grade may take their anger out on the professor.

If a student does behave …….. KEEP READING HERE



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