Kentucky Rising

Leftist Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear has made it his mission to deny his citizens of their Second Amendment rights. In response, many counties in the state have taken a page from the Democrats by claiming themselves gun sanctuary counties.

This is a truly amazing development. I will never criticize Kentucky again.

The movement to protect gun rights is sweeping through Kentucky via dozens of Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions.

The resolutions come after the election of Governor Andy Beshear (D), an outspoken advocate of restricting Second Amendment rights via gun control.

On January 4, Breitbart News reported that numerous counties had already made sanctuary declarations. The Lexington Herald-Leader reported that Cumberland, Harlan, Leslie, and Letcher Counties were among those standing up for gun rights. By January 14, WBKO reported the number of Second Amendment Sanctuaries in Kentucky was in the “dozens,” with Allen County being one of the latest local governments taking a position against gun control.

Unlike the leftist cities who claim to be illegal immigrant sanctuary cities, Kentucky has the Constitution to back up their case. Good luck fighting that, Beshear. What part of “shall not be infringed” do you not understand?

There She Is, Miss Cell Block A

Meet Ramsey BethAnn Bearse, a former Miss Kentucky who spent time as a teacher in West Virginia. (The jokes just write themselves, kids!) Ramsey, if that is her real name, has been charged with sending naked photos to her 15-year old student. It’s okay, though; I’m sure the pics were “artsy.”

A former Miss Kentucky pleaded guilty to exchanging explicit photos with a 15-year-old high school student on Snapchat. Ramsey BethAnn Bearse, 29, who was crowned Miss Kentucky in 2014, was working as a teacher in West Virginia when she started speaking with the student using the social media app.

She told the court that she meant to send the photographs to her husband but sent them to the teen by mistake. When the teen asked for more photos, she complied because she “was afraid to not appease him.” Bearse was busted after the teen’s parents found the explicit pictures on his phone and contacted the authorities.

When Bearse pleaded guilty, she admitted that she made a mistake and took full responsibility for her actions.

She eventually took responsibility for her actions because she realized no one – not even in West Virginia – would believe she meant to send those photos to her husband and not a child.

What A Waste

Meet Amanda Peters of Livingston, Kentucky. The “gorgeous” 26-year old proves police work is a really shitty job.

Peters, of Livingston, Ky., gave an officer a fake name after she was tracked down on an outstanding warrant out of a neighboring county. The officer then traced Peters to a local house and entered the home with an arrest citation.

Peters reportedly tried to avoid the cop by locking herself in a bathroom, but the cop was able to make her way into the room.

There, Peters “intentionally released her bowels in an upward motion with purposeful direction at this deputy – causing said bodily waste to land on the face, arms, and legs of this deputy.”

Funny, she doesn’t look like the kind of woman who would fling her own poo. Imaging looking that nasty at 26; then imagine what this bint will look like at forty.

As penance for my male readers, I give you this palate cleanser.

Kentucky School Approves Armed Teachers

Say what you want about the South; if nothing else, they attack a problem head on.

Teachers could soon be carrying concealed guns inside schools in Pike County under a proposal that was preliminarily approved Monday evening by the Pike County School Board.

The unanimous decision came after the board heard concerns about school safety from teachers, parents and administrators during a town hall meeting at Pike County Central High School. The discussion was prompted by multiple school shootings in recent weeks, including one at Marshall County High School in Western Kentucky that left two dead and another in Florida that left 17 dead.

The motion authorizes the school board’s attorney to work with the Pike County Sheriff’s Office, which would oversee the program, to finalize a formal policy for the school board to consider.

Superintendent Reed Adkins said he hopes the board will give final approval within two to three weeks, and to have armed staff in schools by fall, if not sooner.

Bravo. Despite what the leftists are claiming, no rational person is demanding every teacher in America be armed. What rational people ARE claiming is arming competent, trained teachers is a better idea than having an unarmed staff. As long as our schools are gun-free zones, they will continue to be soft targets.