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Pence Drops 2A-Friendly Plan to End School Shootings

This is BOLD.

Our nation has played host to a number of heart-wrenching and horrid mass shootings over the years, with the most brutal of these incidents targeting schools and the children contained within.

These mass casualty events have long been exploited by the liberal left in an attempt to push their anti-gun policies, with liberals often refusing to acknowledge that there is a very worrisome mental health crisis fueling these shootings.

And, of course, the idea of making these targets even  softer by restricting the Second Amendment runs counter to the goal of keeping our nation’s children safe.

Now, former Vice President Mike Pence is releasing his plan to bolster school security around the country without impacting the right to bear arms.

Former Vice President Mike Pence told Breitbart News exclusively here at the National Rifle Association (NRA) annual gathering earlier this month he has a four-step plan that is pro-Second Amendment to combat the “scourge of mass shootings” plaguing society right now.

“I think under the Biden Administration we’ve seen a steady assault on all the God-given liberties enshrined in our Constitution—freedom of religion, freedom of speech—but there’s no question that this administration has set its sights on the Second Amendment enshrined in the Constitution,” Pence told Breitbart News. “Now more than ever people that cherish the right to keep and bear arms need their voices to be heard. We need to elect leaders who will stand by our Constitution and stand by our God-given rights. We need to be educating the rising generation on the importance of all of our Bill of Rights’ freedoms including the Second Amendment, but I think we’ve got to lean into how to address this scourge of mass shootings.”

So what does the former veep have in mind?

The four-step plan from the former Vice President starts with ending the “Defund the Police”. Movement in the country. Secondly, he said that there is no reason why every school in America does not have an armed resource officer to protect children and that the United States should ensure that every school has one. Thirdly, he said he believes that the appeals process for death penalty sentences for convicted mass shooters should be sped up so as to deliver that justice much more swiftly—and fourthly, Pence said it is time for the U.S. to reinvest in institutional mental health.

Pence is widely believed to be planning to run for President in 2024, and this bold strategy could very well become a potent campaign point.

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