Students Stage Walkout in Support of Second Amendment

Hope is in the air.

The anti-gun madmen backing kids in their national campaign to shut down the Second Amendment have taken two hits in a week.

First, much to their dismay, a former Supreme Court Justice wrote a column endorsing the repeal of the Second Amendment.

That got gun-grabbers squirming in their seats after weeks of free, positive publicity. And now a second came in the form of another walkout…in favor of the Second Amendment.

Seventy-five kids at Rockledge High School in central Florida walked out in response to a walkout in the previous week by anti-gun kids (and those who just wanted to get out of school).

In other words, NRA numbers are up and the tide is turning.

Here’s more from PJ Media…

So maybe there is some hope for the next generation after all.

About 75 students at Rockledge High School in central Florida walked out of class in support of the Second Amendment on Friday. The students say they felt “silenced” last week when students walked out in support of gun control.

Fox News:

“I’m pro-Second Amendment,” Rockledge junior and protest organizer Anna Delaney told the station. “I wouldn’t mind deeper background checks, of course, but the Second Amendment will not be infringed upon.”

Many Rockledge students walked out of class March 14 as part of the National School Walkout that was held in support of the Parkland school shooting victims and to protest gun violence and call for new gun control measures. They stood on the football field and formed a huge heart.

About 75 students participated in Friday’s walkout at Rockledge, Florida Today reported. The protest lasted 20 minutes.

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