Because as part of a news story, Radio New Zealand were playing sound recordings of speeches made by Donald Trump and NRA vice president Wayne LaPierre yesterday.
Idiots. I mean - seriously. Both, f*ckin' insane!
Trump was saying that putting security personnel in schools would be a bad idea because it would make schools look unsafe and it would be too expensive. Instead, teachers should be armed because it would be cheaper and better. That if 20%, maybe even 40% of teachers were carrying guns, the schools would be safer places.
LaPierre was supporting Trump's agenda and saying that people should lean in and trust him when he says, the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is with a good guy with a gun.
I listened to them, drove along a quiet residential street in central Invercargill and just yelled. "Are you f*ckin' serious!? You are insane! You are f*ckin' insane!"
My high school Spanish teacher tried to work the over head projector and ended up setting her skirt on fire.— meg (@meghanfeggan) February 22, 2018
Nice lady. Please don’t make her carry a firearm.#TeachersAndGunsDontMix
College admissions officers take note. Any high school student with this three day suspension on the record should get special consideration and some extra college credits for public service.https://t.co/XmXgmxxj5p— Richard W. Painter (@RWPUSA) February 21, 2018
Listened to your words @waynelapierrejr, and know that when I wrote #ShameOnYou in my speech, I was talking about you. The Disgust I feel for the lies you're promoting with no consequences? Unsurpassed. You have no right call BS when thats all that ever leaves your mouth. pic.twitter.com/XJEZZVXtkl— Emma González (@Emma4Change) February 22, 2018
Incredibly moved by @DelaneyTarr’s speech today. Follow her!— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) February 21, 2018
"We've had enough of thoughts and prayers...we are coming after every single one of you and demanding that you take action, demanding that you make a change." #ParklandStudentsSpeak pic.twitter.com/XTkon1ugTV