'Our Founding Fathers Didn't Have This in Mind': Teacher Who Survived Florida Shooting Calls for Action
Following the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, a teacher who survived the massacre is calling for action.
Alicia Blonde, who taught alleged gunman Nikolas Cruz at the school several years ago, revealed on "Shepard Smith Reporting" that two of her students were among the 17 killed on Wednesday: Joaquin Oliver and Alex Schachter.
"I know that people cloak themselves in the Second Amendment -- the right to bear arms -- but our Founding Fathers didn't have this in mind," Blonde said. "Our Founding Fathers didn't believe that somebody could walk into a school and ... kill 17 people in a matter of seconds and injure 14 others."
She said we as a society must do something to protect our children.
"How many more of these events do we have to have before something is done, before these politicians stop refusing to cross the aisle and do something to protect their citizens?" Blonde said.
She vowed -- as an American citizen and a survivor of a mass shooting -- to fight to change laws that endanger American lives.
Watch the powerful segment above.