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What If Several Men In The Gay Bar In Orlando Were Allowed Guns?
Gun-Free Zone” By State Law.
Pulse, the Orlando gay nightclub targeted in a jihadist terror attack, was a “gun-free zone” by state law
Per Florida’s concealed carry law, those with a license to carry may not carry their firearms into an establishment that serves alcohol.
The establishment was touted as “Orlando’s hottest gay bay” on its website, providing patrons with an “unforgettable night of fun and fantasy.” Domestic terrorist Omar Mir Seddique Mateen, a registered Democrat and Muslim from Port St. Lucie, killed 50 victims and wounded 53 more — all of whom were prohibited from carrying weapons to defend themselves.
NY Teacher: How a Lockdown Changed My Mind on Guns in School
by AWR HAWKINS
On July 29, Breitbart News spoke to Mary Anne Marcella, a New York City school teacher who explained that a lockdown at her school caused her to realize that the teacher’s ultimate defense is a firearm.
Orlando’s LGBT Bars Respond Differently To Pulse Massacre
The Orlando shootings sent a wave of shock across the city that is known as a premier destination for gay nightlife. Pulse is one of about a dozen gay bars and nightclubs. Some clubs closed temporarily at the request of police while safety protocols are revised; others are hiring armed security guards and remaining open.
Savoy, a small neighborhood gay bar in Orlando’s Lake Ivanhoe district, is crowded – people drinking and laughing. The music is loud. It seems pretty normal until the owner, Brian Llewellyn, gestures toward a black SUV idling outside the front door and an armed security guard behind its tinted windows.
As for Pulse, most people will tell you it’s too soon to even talk about when or if it will reopen. It’s still an active crime scene. The streets around it are barricaded with police. TV news choppers hover overhead.
THE GUN-FREE LAW DOES NOT PREVENT THE GAY-NIGHT CLUBS FROM HIRING AN OFFICER WITH A GUN
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