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Bullet Proof Backpacks – Gun and People Control

Bullet Proof Backpacks – Gun and People Control

“I had an old vest that I basically cut up, put it inside the backpack, and sent them on their way,” Joe Curran recalls. “And friends and neighbors, some family, said, ‘what a great idea.'”

And so, the bulletproof backpack was born, along with a new “made in America” company, Bullet Blocker. The Massachusetts-based business, which specializes in bulletproof school supplies, has grown to seven full time employees, with both domestic and international sales. And, it’s not just about the backpack anymore.
“We started making inserts for notebooks. We started making jackets, and other things like that for the individual’s personal safety so they could…shelter in place, if necessary,” says Curran. Backpacks to prevent bullets makes school safety expert Gregory Thomas a little, of all things, dejected.
“To have bulletproof backpacks…is a sad commentary on where we are in schools. But having it as last line of defense is better than having it as a first line of defense,” says Thomas.
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Gun free zones don’t lower crime rates or even prevent mass shootings, so what do they do? Gun control allows megalomaniacal politicians to exercise control over law-abiding citizens through unconstitutional legislation that paves the way towards eroding the Bill of Rights at large.

The simple fact of the matter is that the attacks on the Second Amendment should concern you, even if you don’t own a gun. In fact, I am definitely not someone you would consider a ‘gun nut’. Far from it, I actually grew up with the impression that guns were killing weapons that the average person would never truly need. After all, you could simply call a gun-wielding police officer if anything went wrong. So what drove me to become passionate on protecting the Second Amendment, even to the point of producing the new documentary Disarmed: A History of Gun Control?

It comes down to the fact that gun control and the attacks on the Second Amendment amount to much more than guns themselves. In fact, the Second Amendment’s fall will signify the fall of the Constitution at large — the very fabric of the United States. You see if the government can override the Second Amendment, why can’t they override the First Amendment? Or how about the Constitution as a whole? If we can confiscate all modern firearms and override the Constitution through federal or state law, then the Constitution now becomes a secondary piece of paper.
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