American college students often protest for their First Amendment rights to freedom of speech or freedom of religion.

Usually, they are not demonstrating in support of the Second Amendment. However, according to a report in The College Fix, that is changing.

Most college campuses forbid students to carry concealed weapons on campus. But some students are pushing back, claiming that campus guns bans leave them “defenseless.”

( – “Stop colleges from trampling on the rights of good people wanting to defend themselves.” That is the message the group Students for Concealed Carry wants to send to state lawmakers around the country.

The grassroots, conservative organization of more than 40,000 supporters is sponsoring a national silent protest April 8-12, in which students will wear empty gun holsters to class to show that they are “defenseless” without guns on campus.

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