A college instructor at a community college in Texas wore a helmet and bulletproof vest to class to protest the new Texas law allowing concealed carry on campus.
One of the teacher’s students posted a photo of him on Facebook, and the photo quickly made the rounds among gun-rights advocates, who are mocking him.
“I was just saying I don’t feel safe,” Charles K. Smith, adjunct instructor of geography at San Antonio College, told the San Antonio Express-News last week.
“It definitely makes me feel uneasy that there are more firearms on campus than there really should be. (Dressing this way) was just a statement on how I felt.”
Campus Carry, allowing individuals with a license to carry a concealed handgun at Texas colleges, went into effect at four-year…
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