“In total, 376 law enforcement officers — a force larger than the garrison that defended the Alamo — descended upon the school in a chaotic, uncoordinated scene that lasted for more than an hour. The group was devoid of clear leadership, basic communications and sufficient urgency to take down the gunman, the [new Legislative] report says.”
I guess you can’t fire them all, but reprimands should be forthcoming on those who aren’t canned. They’ve given new meaning to the saying that when seconds count, the cops are minutes away. Seventy-three minutes to be exact.
“I am generally supportive of law enforcement. But what happened that day in Uvalde, Texas was negligent. I’m not blaming the officers on the scene. It was their lack of leadership — and then the cowardly attempt to cover up their mismanagement of the situation — that needs to be punished…There was no order to breach; a (federal) border patrol agent took it upon himself to break into the classroom and end the tragedy.”
Well, I blame the officers on the scene for being cowards and ass-kissers. Fire ’em all.
Another, more extensive look at the cops milling around in the hallway while wounded kids in the classrooms bled out. The video, leaked, that the Uvalde cops don’t want you to see. Their shame is boundless. They should all be fired.
UPDATE: “They edited out the sound of children screaming.” One short sentence that breaks your heart.” #Uvalde, via Yolanda Pierce, PhD, on Twitter.
Posted onJuly 6, 2022|Comments Off on Jewish Highland Park the target
Accused mass shooter Bobby Crimo “also attempted a rehearsal of the July 4 shooting weeks earlier when he tried to enter a Highland Park synagogue during Passover just two blocks from where he ultimately attacked the parade. He was forcibly asked to leave by the temple’s armed security. He is a manifestation of all the left stands for, including wokeness, gender fluidity, and anti-Semitism.”
Glad to hear the synagogue had armed security, but many of them do nowadays.
“Tony Plohetski, an investigative reporter for the Austin-American Statesman [& KVUE], tweeted a picture showing [Uvalde] police stationed outside the classroom where more than a dozen children were murdered. The officers, armed with rifles and at least one ballistic shield, were in the hallway near the classroom at 11:52 a.m.—58 minutes before [federal Border Patrol cops] breached the locked classroom, and 19 minutes after the gunman entered the school. At 12:03 p.m. a second officer with a ballistic shield arrived, followed by a third a few minutes later.”
Utterly disgraceful behavior. Hardly protectors of the community, just bureaucrats with guns.