“Can you take this away? I don’t feel safe with a gun in my house”

A gun control advocate is attracting controversy after she released a PSA video encouraging children to inform on their parents by stealing their firearms and bringing them to school, an act that would result in numerous felony charges.

The video, which is the work of director Rejina Sincic of Rejina Productions, shows a nervous boy sneaking up to his parent’s bedroom before rifling through his mother’s drawer and taking out a handgun which he stuffs into his backpack.

The boy takes the gun to school and places it on the desk of his astonished teacher before stating, “Can you take this away? I don’t feel safe with a gun in my house.”

“Our children deserve a safe world. Stop gun violence now,” reads the message at the end of the clip.

In cajoling children to steal their parents’ firearms and turn them in to school officials, the video not only implies that gun ownership is a form of child abuse, it also encourages children to commit numerous felonies, according to BearingArms.com.

In the real world, such an act would result in the boy facing numerous felony charges (exact charges depend on state laws) possibly including weapons theft, unlawful possession of a weapon by a minor, illegal concealed carry of a weapon, carrying a weapon onto school property, assault, and brandishing.

He would face the possibility of felony criminal record and mandatory expulsion from his school… and this is the kind of behavior that deranged gun control supporter Sincic is hoping that children will emulate.

On the second year anniversary of Sandy Hook, the notion of kids brandishing guns in school brings with it a series of potentially disastrous consequences that the director also seems to have completely overlooked.

“Perhaps they just see the folly in a crazed push for gun control in the wake of Sandy Hook, much of it funded by billionaires, that has repeatedly defied common sense, logic, constitutional rights and instead wished, as with fairy wings, for a world safe enough because it is free from all legally owned guns,” writes Mac Slavo.