Fox Nation host Tyrus reacted to an active school shooter drill in Indiana that came under fire after teachers were wounded by law enforcement officers who were training them.

As Fox News reported:

Indiana elementary school teachers participating in an active shooter training drill said they were shot with plastic pellets which left them with bruises and welts.

The White County Sheriff office conducted the training exercise at Meadowlawn Elementary in Monticello, Ind. in January.

IndyStar reported two elementary school teachers testified before state lawmakers this week that they participated in a drill where teachers were asked by local law enforcement to kneel down against a classroom wall before being hit with plastic pellets without warning.

“They told us, ‘This is what happens if you just cower and do nothing,’” one of the two teachers who did not want to be identified told IndyStar.  “They shot all of us across our backs. I was hit four times. It hurt so bad.”

Tyrus said the ordeal sounded like "an episode of 'The Office'" wherein "Dwight Schrute was in charge of school safety."

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He said that teachers can be trained without having to be put in that predicament.

Tyrus added that schools may be better off taking funding for safety training and "putting it in the pockets of some good [retired] American soldiers, and they can protect our schools."

"Execution-style fake murders [are] probably not a good way to teach [safety]," he said.

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