Campus Carry Yields Results

PUBLISHED: 9:09 PM 5 Mar 2018

Crime At University Drops After Campus Carry Allowed

University of Kansas revealed campus carry has slashed crime on campus.

Conceal carry results in crime reduction.

Liberals claimed that allowing students to carry a firearm on campus at the University of Kansas would result in a dramatic uptick in crime and fatalities.

After allowing students to legally carry a gun on campus, liberals were humiliated as crime plunged to an all-time low and zero violations were reported.

Between 2016 to 2017, when the concealed carry rule went into effect, crimes reported on campus decreased substantially despite liberals claiming violence would erupt.

How about that — bad guys don’t carry out violence when they know a good guy with a firearm is nearby.

Kansas’ Office of Public Safety revealed its report on criminal offenses last week, which detailed that crime declined from 770 incidents in 2016 to 671 the following year.

That represents a 13 percent overall in crime reported.

Most importantly, there were zero weapons violations at the campus in 2017 despite liberals claiming weapons on campus would increase crime.

Conservative commentator and pro-gun advocate Antonia Okafor shared the study on Sunday, reminding liberals that more guns do not equal more crime.

She also poked fun at those who have said her defense of the right to bear arms would kill more people.

“Antonia, your advocacy kills more people. There is no way promoting more guns on campus can EVER equal less violence!!” she tweeted. Yes, unless the people behind those guns are law-abiding citizens.”

The idea of allowing students to legally carry a firearm on college campuses befuddles liberals because they only want stringent gun control measures in America.

Arming teachers — who pass background checks and complete safety courses — and allowing students to legally carry on campus has become wildly popular amid the shooting in Parkland, Florida last month.

As liberals push to erode as much of the Second Amendment as possible, the report from KU affirms that allowing students to carry on campus reduced crime.

When a good guy has a gun, it makes a bad guy think twice before potentially carrying out an attack.

Source: Daily Caller