What do you think about Education Secretary Besty Devos’ claim that putting God back into our public schools would solve gun violence?

DeVos appeared on “60 Minutes” Sunday night and was unable to answer questions about schools in her own state. She has been criticised roundly four the interview, critics saying it shows she is uninformed and not qualified for the job.

Monday afternoon, DeVos defended herself on Fox News, saying, “What the 60 minutes interview does not highlight is my faith in God and Biblical principles that would have kept violent marijuana addicts like the school shooter in Florida from hating his fellow man. A few ‘gotch’ questions does not show the American people how my heart is filled with the shed blood of Jesus.”

Devos has advocated for more guns in schools in the past saying that rural schools need to protect children from grizzly bears and other dangerous wildlife.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said she’s not sure if the president saw the entire interview. But sources tell Fox News’ Sean Hannity that administration officials inside and outside the White House are regarding the interview as uneven and ill-prepared. However, right now she still has a vote of confidence from the president who put DeVos in charge of a commission that will focus on putting God back in our public schools.

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President Trump under pressure from angry, grieving students from a Florida high school where a gunman killed 17 people, ordered the Justice Department on Saturday to issue regulations banning gun sales to all known fans of the controversial rock band ‘Insane Clown Posse’.

Fans of the Band, known as ‘Juggalos’ have been under scrutiny by the FBI over the past few years for being suspected terrorists and have been labeled as a ‘violent gang’ by law enforcement authorities.

In 2013 ,police investigators and FBI raided the home of 24 year old Montevideo, MN resident and known Juggalo Buford “Bucky” Rogers. In the home, they found various guns and homemade explosive devices, including bombs and molitov cocktails. Rogers, who has a previous felony burglary charge, was arrested.

Trump said that this and instances where other mass shooters, such as Adam Lanza and Nicholas Cruz, have been proved to be ICP fans show that Juggalos are violent terrorists and need to be disarmed.

“All these Jiggalos,” Trump told Fox News,” and I’m sure there are some good ones, great great music, I listen to it myself, but I would rather take the guns away from these violent terrorists first, and let the courts decide if they are the good ones later.”

Last week, Mr. Trump signaled that he was open to supporting legislation that would modestly improve the national gun background check system, and on Tuesday night, he posted on Twitter that Democrats and Republicans “must now focus on strengthening Background Checks!”

But Mr. Trump’s first embrace as president of any gun control measures was dismissed by gun control supporters as minor. The National Rifle Association supports the background check legislation and also backs bump stock regulation, although not a ban on Insane Clown Posse Fans.

“I have painted my face and gone into the mosh pit with my gun many times.”, said NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch at a press conference, “it didn’t matter how much weed I had smoked or what everybody was on, the Juggalos are a family, not a gang. It’s all about getting high and having groups sex, not shooting people. I have been to many Gathering of the Juggalos Festivals and I can’t remember that many people getting shot.”

White House spokesmen told reporters that statements would be allowed by both the ICP Band and by the Juggalos for Allah, an alleged Muslim fringe group associated with the band.

“Stuttering Ray” Blowchunks (real name unknown), spokesman for Juggalos for Allah is disappointed by the announcement but said he will not “let it kill his buzz.”

“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again,” Blowchunks told Fox News,”we ain’t a gang, we’re a fam. I’m not real worried about it though. Most Juggalos can’t even afford to buy a gun. I got my dad’s pistol once and traded it for a bag. Boy was he pissed. It’s probably best we don’t have guns. We would just shoot each other and do stupid sh*t with them and stuff.”

Blowchunks made the news in 2015 when he sued the FBI for “mental duress” when investigators allegedly tried to confuse his during a terror investigation by locking him in a round room and telling him to urinate in the corner.

Insane Clown Posse could not be reached for comment.

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President Trump proposed a bold new plan to save American taxpayers money and further drain the Washington swamp.

At a Saturday Homeland Security meeting and buffet, Trump proposed a plan where he would issue firearms to qualified White House staff to double as security in addition to their usual White House duties. Trump also indicated he would be willing to carry a gun and take firearms safety training himself.

“I have a lot of great talented people,” Trump said,”the best people, who own guns and really really want to help out around here. You have a lot of bad hombres trying to get in here and I think, I really believe, if they knew my two sons, who are, by the way, very experienced in killing large animals, were in here and armed they would think twice before messing with Trump.”

President Trump who never served in the military because of painful bone spurs also said he would be willing to carry “all the best guns” and submit to firearm safety courses and training. Trump said he already had facilities for the training at his Mar-A-Lago Country Club and could take the courses in between golf rounds.

When asked what would become of White House police and the Secret Service Trump indicated they would either be reassigned or laid off. Possibly to bolster security at Trump Tower in New York and some of his other properties.

Vice President Mike Pence has already applied for conscientious objector status

Fox News reached out to W.H. Chief of Staff John Kelly for clarification but Kelly declined to comment, shook his head, rubbed his chin and walked away. The Secret Service also declined to comment.

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What do you think about NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch’s proposal to arm more members of poor communities
to prevent gun violence?

In a series of comments Thursday Loesch said that more guns on the streets would solve many of our nation’s problems including mass shootings in schools and the epidemic of police officers shooting unarmed Black teens in poor neighborhoods.

“These violent shooters see poor neighborhoods as soft targets,” Loesch told Fox News, “if we could just get more guns in the hands of young Black males these rogue police officers would think twice before they go in guns a blazing and shooting everybody.”

The NRA has proposed a plan that would give tax credits and subsidies from the U.S. Department of Education to provide teachers and poor minority youth with guns and firearms safety training.

President Trump said he was open to looking “at the possibility of giving concealed guns to gun adept teachers and minority youths with military or special training experience.” He added that if trained, teachers and young Black males could “immediately fire back if a savage sicko came to a school or pulled them over with bad intentions” and that they “would solve the problem instantly, before or as soon as police arrive.”

The February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida sparked numerous teen-led protests in several cities across the US. Many of the student protesters and their parents have called on lawmakers who have received considerable campaign donations from the NRA to be voted out of office.

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