I think we can all agree. Either you think he's guilty and for moral and practical reasons he needs to step aside and let Lt. Governor Parsons take over. Or he is not guilty, but is still a huge distraction in a state where the GOP has a super majority in the legislature and can pass a conservative agenda with relative ease. Of course, he can be guilty AND a huge distraction. I'm calling resignation by Wednesday (end of month).
Student states he was not allowed to ask his question regarding armed guards and was provided a predetermined question by CNN.