An anti-gun art professor from the University of North Dakota recently looked out her window and saw armed men outside, which led to her freezing in “fear.” Out of instinct, she immediately called 911, and the rest to have to read to believe.
Writing an op-ed for the Grand Forks Herald, Heidi Czerwiec said that “My first thought is for my students’ and my safety: I grab my phone, crawl under my desk and call 911,” after she saw “two figures in camo with guns outside” her classroom window.
Czerwiec said that she could “barely talk” because she was so immensely frightened, but it didn’t take long for those feelings of “fear” to turn into “rage.” Why the rage? You’re going to laugh at this one – the ROTC was outside performing drills, and when she called 911, the dispatcher informed her of the truth.
She then spoke with administrators at the school, who told her for the next few weeks she’ll probably be seeing the same thing because the ROTC has permission to conduct drills. So you’d think that after realizing what she saw was actually future members of the military practicing for when they enlist, she’d accept it and move on.
You’d be wrong. Very wrong. You see, to an anti-gun ideologue, any gun in the hands of someone who isn’t police is a bad thing, so Czerwiec said she has other plans.
“I guess I’ll be calling 911 for the next couple weeks—and I will. Every time,” she said. Why, you might ask?
“It’s not my job to decide whether people carrying guns at school are an actual threat. It’s my job to teach and to get home to my family.”
Because ROTC students are going to go on a mass rampage, or something.
Czerwiec called their actions, although they’re sanctioned, “highly inappropriate” and “irresponsible” because “We’re already under financial and emotional attack. We don’t need to feel under physical attack, too,” she concluded.
Wow. Just wow.