Those with crazy conspiracy theories claiming that nothing happened to Jaime should trade bodies with me for a moment, so they can live with the hole that I have in my heart.
Video has gone viral of the Georgia representative challenging Hogg who is fighting for tougher gun laws.
New footage of the Georgia lawmaker challenging the survivor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shootings comes after previous video of the incident went viral.
In 1999, students, parents and educators were consumed with divergent explanations for the depravity of the shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado.
This new law is an extension of the Coach Aaron Feis Guardian Program, introduced in 2018—a scheme that enables education faculties to arm staff, security guards and now, classroom teachers.
I submitted my son Joaquin's basketball shoes. Before he was murdered in the Parkland school shooting, he wanted me to coach his basketball team.
Wade has previously used his profile to help the community after the tragic 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
"If I have an aggressive kid in my class and he gets a hold of my gun, what then?" asked one teacher.
Kyle Kashuv, who has become a gun-rights activist after surviving the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, confronted Scot Peterson, the school's former resource officer, before a deposition.
The recommendation is part of a lengthy report aimed at making schools safer.
"He's beelining. He's got his head down. He's on a mission, you know. He's on a mission."
Nikolas Cruz chuckled in the video, saying: "You're all going to die".
Zachary Cruz said he wonders whether he could have stopped the carnage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Scot Peterson resigned from his post a week after the February 14 school shooting.
The high school junior and history teacher had a lengthy spat on Twitter earlier this week.
The chemistry teacher was arrested for allegedly failing to safely store a firearm and later released on a $250 cash bond.
"I don't blame a kid for taking a weapon to school, quite frankly, these days."
Zachary Cruz said he wanted to "reflect on the school shooting and to soak it in."