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Friday, November 24, 2017
Categories 2nd Amendment PSA encourages kids to steal parents’ guns, hand over to teachers
“A startling new anti-gun ad released by a San Francisco-based production company encourages children to commit a series of crimes by stealing their parents’ guns and turning them over to school officials, The Daily Caller reported Monday.

Sleeper 13 Productions released the controversial video on Dec. 13. It shows a pouty, young boy wandering into his parents’ bedroom, stealing a handgun out of their dresser drawer and then shoving it into his backpack.

The boy then carries what is presumably a loaded weapon into his classroom. After class, he approaches the teacher, takes the gun out of his backpack and slams it onto her desk.

“Can you take this away? I don’t feel safe with a gun in my house,” the boy says.”

This video was reportedly filmed in an Oakland, CA school ... Hells, bells, if the kid lived in Oakland he needs to become a concealed carry permit holder in order to get to and from school safely....but seriously, can you believe the depths to which liberals and progressives are willing to go promoting their ideals and agenda? Scary -

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