During the debate on HB1087, a bill that would allow school bards the right to allow staff to bear arms, Sandy Arseneault makes this argument against the bill:
Sandy Arseneault, president of the South Dakota Education Association, said she was on the “hit list” years ago of a Custer student who had blueprints of the school and a plan to kill people. A fellow student reported the plan, and the student was removed and given help.
She was not calmed when the school hired an armed security guard following the incident. She said she had nightmares that the guard was stalking her, and she took some time away from work.
“I’ve been trained to teach children,” Arseneault said. “I do not want to carry a gun, nor do I want to work in a school where other teachers or other staff who might not be trained carry a gun.”
So a security guard stalks you in a dream and so that gives means Arseneault the reason to not "want to work in a school where other teachers or other staff who might not be trained [to] carry a gun". So was it only in her dream that the security guard was not trained? And why would a union boss deny her members their constitutional right to bear arms due to paranoia from a bad dream? Makes absolutely no sense at all.
The House Education committee is to vote on this tomorrow morning and one wonders how many will be swayed by testimony from a delusional paranoid union boss who can't separate dreams from reality.