David Gregory mocked the NRA's Wayne LaPierre for proposing that armed guards be at every school in America...
"You proposed armed guards in school. We'll talk about that in some detail in a moment. You confronted the news media. You blamed Hollywood and the gaming industry. But never once did you concede that guns could actually be part of the problem. Is that a meaningful contribution, Mr. LaPierre, or a dodge?," asked Gregory.
Later the host suggested that guns don't prevent violence in schools (he cited the mass shootings at Columbine and Virginia Tech). "But you would concede that, as good as an idea as you think this is, it may not work. Because there have been cases where armed guards have not prevented this kind of massacre, this kind of carnage. I want you would concede that point, wouldn't you?," Gregory pleaded.
The NBC host would go on the rest of the segment to suggest that armed guards might not be effective in preventing mass murders at school...Gregory himself sends his kids to Sidwell Friends, an elite private school in Washington, D.C..
Children at Sidwell Friends are protected by security that includes eleven security officers, including at least several (presumably armed) police officers, and by a bevy of assault-weapon-armed Secret Service officers, who protect the school (President Obama's daughters are the Gregory kids' classmates).
Armed school security is for the children of the gun-control elite. For your kids who are going to school in gun-free zones, well... the elites do promise to make morally-preening futile gestures, and to attend the funerals.