Shea responded to the Log Cabin Republicans stating that he wrote a letter and email to Sununu before submitting the Op-ed. And it did not take long for Gov. Sununu to respond to Shea. “If you think that just by banning an assault rifle we’re just going to make everybody safer, I’m sorry, I just don’t see how that works because there are all these other options out there still,” Sununu told host Laura Knoy “The Exchange”. “Again, you’re walking a very dangerous line when you just keep picking off one weapon after another after another after another. Eventually, you’re going to get to a point where you are just taking people’s firearms away.” A spokesman for Sununu said the governor shares Shea’s concerns about school safety and cited two initiatives Sununu has undertaken to improve safety in the state’s schools. One is a public infrastructure fund, which includes $20 million in state funds, to make “long overdue” infrastructure and security upgrades to schools, according to the governor’s office. The other is a task force, made up of school officials, to evaluate and recommend steps that can be taken to ensure school safety. Shea finally responded with “He’s clearly standing his ground that guns are not at all a part of the problem.” Shea takes over as Somersworth principal on July 1.
So, you give him an F, give 0 solutions, and then ask for a sit down meeting of 45 mins after you disparage our highly popular governor? Did you even attempt to contact his office? Typical liberal tactic: Publicly yell at and insult a conservative Republican and expect change. https://t.co/wXijpV4UvY— NH Log Cabin 🏳️🌈 (@NHLogCabin) May 21, 2018