Conor McGregor tweeted Thursday that he wants armed guards at schools.
In fact, the UFC legend “would like to see armed protection at every school” in the nation.
McGregor’s tweet comes three days after a shooting at an elementary school left six people dead, including three 9-year-olds.
The 34-year-old was tweeted about an alert notification from Amber that he received on his phone when he went into more detail.
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“I just got an ‘amber alert’ on my phone while here in Orlando. A smart and quick setup that alerts everyone to a missing child and also with a complete and detailed description. Very clever. I would like to see armed protection in every school too,” he said in a lengthy tweet.
McGregor said he has had his “own armed guard present” at his children’s school, saying that if the Covenant shooter were to break into his daughter’s house of learning, the damage would be minimal, if any.
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“If she shot her way into that school from the outside, my guard, who is hidden, armed and unseen, would have seen her and shot her down. Saving the lives of those children. May God and his best people in this land protect her”. our children!”
The Nashville Police Department said Audrey Hale entered the private Christian school Monday shooting through a locked glass door at about 10:13 a.m. Monday.
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Hale, a 28-year-old transgender person who was a former student of The Covenant School, was shot to death after firing at officers responding to the shooting.
Fox News’ Adam Sabes contributed to this report.