Once again, the left proves they're without a leg to stand on when it comes to your Second Amendment right.
This time, it came from CNN's senior law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes who suggested female teachers wouldn't be able to carry a gun to prevent school shootings because of their attire. Specifically, women in skirts and dresses. This comes after the massacre in Florida and the arguments on both sides for and against arming teachers in schools.
Before he brought up his ill-informed assertion, Fuentes reminded CNN viewers that Sandy Hook Elementary School was an all-female staff.
Here's what he said:
“A lot of these schools—Sandy Hook had an all-female faculty, from principal to teachers. For a woman, where are you going to hide that gun during the day?”
"If you wear a dress, if you wear a skirt, are you going to have to wear a jacket every day with a belt and a holster, the way a detective on duty would do? It’s not a real practical solution for a variety of reasons,” he continued.
Maybe Dana Loesch can give Fuentes a few pointers on how women can carry firearms while wearing dresses. With various concealed carry options available to women, you'd think CNN would have done some research before allowing their top analyst to spew this misinformation.
Watch Pat's reaction above.