This Saturday, we saw millions marching in
the streets across this country, voicing their opinions
about guns. Roy Wood Jr. went
to the great state of Montana to report on another side
of the discussion. WOOD: We heard about the
March for Our Lives in D.C., but there was another march
going down all the way out
in Helena, Montana. And out here at this march, people were taking a stand for the real victims
of gun violence, guns. We’re blessed to live in a state that believes
in individual rights. If it wasn’t
for Donald J. Trump, our Second Amendment right now
would be gone. WOOD: And that’s why they’re out
celebrating guns of all types. We’re gun-toting Americans. Do you think our Founding
Fathers would approve -of the AR-15?
-Yeah. You know, it’s what I want. Wait. You want…
you want a tank? I should have a tank because
I should be equally armed with whatever
the government has. -So you’re out here for the tank
rally? -Yeah, the tank rally. WOOD: These tank-wielding
badasses have a solution to stop school shootings. We should have armed teachers. We’d be more than willing
to bring ’em in and train ’em
absolutely for free. -All teachers? -If they can pass
a background check. Dude, the art teacher can’t pass
a background check. They’re high as (bleep). I’m here because
I want the kids to be safe. Is it safer to have a gun? Oh, absolutely. Firearms keep absolutely
people safe. WOOD:
But filling our schools with guns
isn’t their only solution. Clear backpacks because you know that the student
does not have a gun or something dangerous
in that backpack. But I thought everybody was
supposed to have a gun. Well, uh, schools,
and, uh, uh… But if it’s a gun-free zone
then you don’t want guns there. But you just said
we needed more guns in school. Not by students. What we also need is
clear backpacks. WOOD: Yeah, clear backpacks.
What else? What is the answer
to stopping school shootings? All right, so, I’ve-I’ve been a cage fighter
for ten years. -You what?
-Cage fighter. So, I made a living…. Right, now you’re stepping back. One of the things
everybody always said is, “Man, we should get this
in one of our high schools.” So we could stop people
from getting guns, or we could implement
cage matches in the school? Absolutely, 100%.
I’m for that. I’d advocate that
in a heartbeat. WOOD:
But is the March for Guns real mission
to expose a hidden truth about the March for Our Lives? This is the real march.
That other march, D.C… Well, they’re…
They were paid by liberal Democrats
to go there. Somebody paid for half a million
people to go D.C. today? Absolutely. That’s all over
the Internet. It’s not a secret. WOOD: What about the Parkland
students themselves? They’re actors.
They’re paid actors to say that. It’s hard to debate a subject
when the opposite side… Just got shot at. Is… well, is shouting, and… Probably shot at, not shouting,
cause they just got shot at. Well, those kids are shot at. A lot of these guys
are just crisis actors. They really are, though.
They are. I mean… So you don’t think they’re
actual students of Parkland? -Do you?
-Nicolas Cruz– how did he know how to target
specifically the school where the crisis actors
were attending? Okay, so… (clears throat) (laughter, applause) Well… I’m sorry, but you just…
you just opened up something that could be a conspiracy.
I didn’t nev… I never thought
about that before. That’s what we need–
more conspiracies. WOOD: But the conspiracy
that I was on to was that even though
this was a pro-gun rally, something seemed missing. -Do you have your gun
with you today? -No. You go to a pro-gun rally
without your gun? That’s like being a sober
on Bud Light Island. I did not wear my gun here
today. So if a gun makes people safer, why didn’t you bring your gun
here today? -That is an… -FEMALE SPEAKER:
There’s only one thing… That is actually… WOOD:
Turns out the organizers told these folks not
to bring their guns because they were worried
about safety issues. But for all of their guns,
guns, guns, these Second Amendment
mother(bleep) were also pretty down
with the first, which meant anybody could come
up to the stage and speak. I know Roy over here wants
to say a word, as well. This is the march that all
the cameras should be at. I’ve learned today that,
you know, guns make people safe. -Yes!
-(applause and cheering) Which is why
we didn’t bring our guns today because we understand that. (silence) (laughter, applause) WOOD:
Well, that didn’t work. But luckily, this rally ended the way all good rallies do– with a big-ass pizza party, and that’s something
I’ll happily open carry.