The math is very simple. Two students with guns plus two good guys win guns equal zero casualties. Both potential shootings took place in Wisconsin schools. Wisconsin governor Tony Evers called for a special session of the legislature last month in order to pass a background bill and a gun confiscation bill. Then just one month later in Wisconsin schools good guys with guns prevented tragedies. Republicans were able to kill both bills.
That was Evers’ first emergency session. Former governor Scott Walker called his last emergency session on school safety. That shows you the differences between the parties. In California, they had two recent school shootings. The school had no armed personnel and many casualties. In Wisconsin, they had armed school resource officers and no casualties.
The latest one occurred at Waukesha South High School. The school resource officer received a report of a student with a gun. He repThe suspect suffered minor wounds and will make a full recovery.
The school resource officer told the suspect repeatedly told the student to show him his hands.He refused to do so and instead pulled a gun from his waistband and pointed it at the officer, who immediately fired a shot hitting the student.
A similar scenario unfolded Tuesday at Oshkosh West High School.
The Oshkosh Police Department used a Facebook post to explain:
There has been an officer involved shooting at Oshkosh West high school. The school is currently locked down and parents can be reunited with their children at Perry Tipler Middle school. A student was armed with a weapon and confronted a school resource officer. The student and officer were both injured and transported to local hospitals.
News 8000 reports that the armed student at Oshkosh West High School “reportedly confronted a school resource officer,” and was shot thereafter.