“Listen I don’t necessarily think having an armed guard outside every classroom is conducive to a positive learning environment,” the Republican governor said when asked at a press conference in Newark. “But let me just say in general I don’t think that the solution to safety in schools is putting [in] armed guard – because for it to be really effective in my view, from a law enforcement perspective, you’d have to have an armed guard outside every classroom.”
In an elementary school environment, it wouldn’t be an openly armed guard outside every classroom ruining the “positive learning environment” of the future Panama-style demographics of America. The school would mysteriously get a new “assistant principal,” or “facilities engineer,” or “teacher’s aide,” who would seem to have a slight bulge around his or her waste underneath his or her professional dress.
Before we knew all the facts we still don’t know, we thought that the Nutmeg Nutbar started his fateful Friday in New Jersey. Maybe the Krispinator would think before he spouts.