Texas: No Incidents at UTEP with
two months of Campus Carry

By Dean Weingarten on October 27th, 2016 2016

One of the problems with excessive hyperbole in propaganda is when people experience the reality of what was hyped. They realize someone lied to them. A level of credibility has been lost. This has happened over and over again, with a repetition that has become boring, as the right to bear arms in self defense is being restored and ... nothing happens. It happened at the University of Texas in El Paso. From

Claster contacted the University to find out if anything has happened regarding Campus Carry, or if there have even been any calls to campus police since August 1. UTEP officials sent her a statement reading, "There have not been any reported gun-related incidents, or calls since SB11 went into effect."

"I guess I feel safer," Gallegos said. "Because we have heard about other colleges having incidents. You never know what the case might be, so it would be nice if people on campus that are carrying guns also know how to use them."

"I feel less safe because I'm not 21 yet, so I can't have a gun yet. So I feel less safe," Salado said.

Both Gallegos and Salado are young women. ......

So - no raging gun fights? Amazing. The detractors of campus carry will usually be in a faint to learn that such a thing has been sanctioned, having usually predicted "blood in the streets". It is beyond time that 'gun-free-zones', whether college campus, schools or businesses, are seen as potential zones of vulnerability - easily mitigated by having lawful armed people on hand against the (admittedly rare) criminal shooting. Congratulations to the University of Texas in El Paso.

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