On his Monday evening broadcast, Glenn Beck mocked what he considers ridiculous gun laws and anti-gun sentiment, beginning with the unbelievable story of a 7-year-old Maryland boy who was actually suspended from school for biting a Pop-Tart pastry into the shape of a gun.
Beck also took time during the segment to showcase a new, hard-hitting NRA ad campaign and discuss the story of a 16-year-old high school student who wrestled a gun away from a fellow student and was, in the end, suspended from school for three days.
"See there's another lesson," Beck explained. "Sit down. Take it. Don't you dare get up! Don't you dare say anything. You're not the first responder! That's what they are teaching your children. This kid is a hero and they suspend him."
"I remember telling you this would come," he added. "And here it is."
Watch the clip via TheBlaze TV below: