College school rape survivor Shayna Lopez-Rivas informs Florida lawmakers that pepper spray is not a sufficient defensive tool– females require guns.She said she had
pepper spray with her when she was assaulted on Florida State University’s campus in 2014, however the spray did not stop the attacker.According to 4Jax, Lopez-Rivas said,”He had a knife. I had pepper spray. And even though I ran for blue lights that are scattered all around, [he was] faster, more powerful, and I did not win. “She stated she now carries a gun and the next attacker will not find simple prey. Lopez-Rivas stated if she had her gun with her in 2014 she could have stopped that assailant in his tracks. She stated, “The way that I bring it now, I would have been able to prevent exactly what happened to me. “Lopez-Rivas is asking Florida legislators to pass campus bring so females with hidden carry licenses can carry their guns on campus for self-defense. School bring is the unwritten law in Georgia, Kansas, Colorado, Utah, Wisconsin, Mississippi, Oregon, Texas,
and Idaho. And it works in Arkansas on September 15, 2017. Ohio likewise has a campus carry law and Cedarville University has chosen that university workers can carry for defense of themselves and their students.The left regularly reacts to campus carry propositions by warning that school criminal activity will increase or that ladies will in fact be threatened if campus bring is enacted. In the genuine world, the enactment of school bring has not lead to violence and chaos. Rather, it just supplies a way by whichobedient residents– consisting of vulnerable female students– can be equipped to defend their lives and dignity.AWR Hawkins is the 2nd Modification writer for Breitbart News and host of Bullets with AWR Hawkins, a Breitbart News podcast. He is likewise the political analyst for Armed American Radio. Follow him on Twitter: @AWRHawkins. Reach him straight at email@example.com.