Coach Aaron Feis paid the ultimate price last Wednesday when he shielded students from spraying bullets last week in Florida. Now, a JROTC member is calling for teachers to arm themselves in the wake of the deadly mass shooting that claimed 17 young lives last week.
Colton Haab, who is a high school junior at Marjory Stoneman High School and second lieutenant in the school's JRTOC program, told Fox News that having armed teachers on campus would be a "big beneficial factor into school safety."
"If coach Feis had had his firearm in school that day, I believe that he could have most likely stopped the threat," Haab told Fox News on Saturday morning.
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On Tuesday's episode of "Pat Gray Unleashed," Pat argued arming teachers is the best way to combat mass shootings that are largely carried out in gun-free zones while acknowledging the idea isn't always the most popular with progressives.