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Texas shooting: Nevada Senate candidate calls for ‘real solutions’ to school shootings


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Nevada Senate candidate Adam Laxalt stressed the need for “real solutions” to the school shootings Friday on “Hannity.”

TEXAS SCHOOL SHOOTING: OFFICIAL SAYS UVALDE COMMANDER MADE ‘BAD DECISION’ DURING MASSACRE

LAXALT: EWhenever you see a breakdown in communication, you usually find that the school and the local law enforcement had not received adequate training. They got no response from the shooter. You do not have [a] single entry, and you have to make sure that… the doors to the classroom actually close. We have been calling for armed guards in schools for a very long time. It’s the Democrats [who] refuse to allow this. And so it’s a tired affair. And I hope the Americans reject that because it won’t protect our children. We need real solutions, and we need them now.

When the media, when the Democrats, when Hollywood, the professional sports franchises — when they get into something, you better believe they’re wrong about it. Our constituents and Americans want us to stand up for them. They are the voiceless. And so we also went through that with BLM. As a former top police official watching Republicans fail to stand up against the BLM riots, fail to stand up and defend law enforcement – ​​it took them weeks to think he was safe enough to come out and defend those institutions. We need people there today, right now. And those [who] spoke today like Senator Cruz and President TrumpGod bless them for they are law abiding citizens [who] deserve to be respected. They deserve to be talked about. And guess what? Over the past few years, many more people have realized that self-defense is paramount in our community and we need more defense for our schools, not less.

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