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Breaking: Texas Elementary School Shooting--as many as 14 Dead, including suspect

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They gave me goosebumps!
That’s a model sheriff in my opinion, he said something a month ago about encouraging homeowners to arm up and they could help with shoot to kill training if needed for the citizens, if someone breaks into your house we’d appreciate it if you’d save the taxpayers the money by invoking a permanent solution.
 

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Time line....... just don't work.


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Chilling New Footage Shows Texas Gunman Salvador Ramos During Shirtless Video Call With 15-Year-Old German Girl​

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May 28, 2022

Chilling New Footage Shows Texas Gunman Salvador Ramos During Shirtless Video Call With 15-Year-Old German Girl


The man who Tuesday killed 21 at Robb Elementary School in Texas reportedly messaged a 15-year-old German girl just before.

Salvador Ramos had twice video called the German girl, identified in a Daily Mail report as CeCe on the French messaging app, Yubo. In one of the calls to the girl, he was filmed shirtless; in the other, he wore a face mask.

According to reports, Ramos messaged CeCe on Yubo the day of the attack. He began with comments about his grandmother, whose house he was reportedly at while messaging. He explained she was on the phone with AT&T about his phone bill. “It’s annoying,” he texted.

“What?” replied the German girl.

“I just shot my grandma in her head,” exclaimed Ramos. “Ima go shoot up an elementary school [right now].”


 

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The man who Tuesday killed 21 at Robb Elementary School in Texas
^This is how they imbed the narrative.

Posting and reposting these "news" "articles" for a few weeks is all the repetition needed to cement the desired narrative into the majority of the biomass and achieve the desired result

"Look over here not over there"
 

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43 minutes after shooting started, 9 kids that ultimately were shot, were still alive

 

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WHY WAS A "RETIRED" FBI AGENT TALKING ONLINE WITH THE BUFFALO SHOOTER?
Here’s a story out of Buffalo that’s drawing very little media attention: a supposedly “retired” FBI agent was regularly communicating with the Buffalo shooter — before the shooting.
Seriously?
What’s an FBI agent doing on Discord chatting with a mass shooter during his retirement? Is that how you would spend your time during your golden years? What’s even more incredible is that the FBI agent did not call the FBI to warn anyone about the planned shooting.
 

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^^

the FBI has been at this shit for a long time.

I was watching an old Clint Eastwood movie this morning (Paint Your Wagon 1969)

looked up the actress Jean Seberg (classy hottie) and found she committed suicide after the FBI slandered her

“Seberg died at the age of 40 in Paris, with police ruling her death a probable suicide.[1]Romain Gary, Seberg's second husband, called a press conference shortly after her death at which he blamed the FBI's campaign against Seberg for her death. Gary noted that the FBI had planted false rumors with American media outlets claiming that her 1970 pregnancy was a Black Panther's child, and claimed that the trauma had resulted in the child's miscarriage. Gary stated that Seberg had attempted suicide on numerous anniversaries of the child's death, August 25.[10]
 
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Ok, but the point is that within one minute of having propped the door open, there was someone outside the school popping off rifle rounds. That person who opened the door couldn't be bothered to go back and un-prop the door? Seems like a no-brainer to do so. Rifle fire is loud af. There's no way it was not heard inside the school. I'm referring to the shots that were fired outside of the school for twelve minutes prior to him entering the building. That was plenty of time to go shut the door and make sure it is locked.
I'm guessing they probably went to grab their phone so they could livestream it on their Instagram and go viral. That seems to be the ONLY motivation many people have these days.

But then I could be wrong as well.
 

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Again, same as all the other FFs....tear down and remove the evidence before the people find it! 911 was a prime example of that. I remember the rush to clean up the area, sell the steel quickly to the Chinese for pennies on the dollar just to get it our of the country.

It amazes me to no end to watch such stupidity exist in the world. People are fucking stupid! If they aren't then someone please explain to me why they have eyes but still they cannot see what's been happening over and over right in front of them!
 
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FYI

[Forwarded from EWillHelpYou]
In the landmark case of CASTLE ROCK v. GONZALES, A young mother of three sued the town of Castle Rock Colorado, after officers failed to respond to her repeated reports over several hours that her estranged husband had taken their three children in violation of her restraining order against him. She was continuously told to wait by officers and see if they returned instead. She even went down to the local police station and provided a copy of her restraining order, begging them to help. The officer who took the report instead went to dinner.
Ultimately, the estranged husband murdered all three children, and later walked into the police station, opened fire, and was killed.
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In the case legal case following, the woman sought remedy claiming violation of her 14th amendment rights based on the failure of the officers to uphold their commitment.
The Supreme Court, however, ruled against her and found that even when language explicitly guarantees an action, the police are not obligated to respond or assist a citizen, and that their help is discretionary, not mandatory.
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This means, according to the Supreme Court, US citizens are not actually guaranteed any help by their law enforcement officials, nor can they appropriately legally remedy a situation in which officers do not respond.



☝️☝️☝️You’d be shocked at discovering how many people don’t know that “no duty to protect the individual citizen” is the well established case law of our land.


In other words, if you think parents that lost their child in this Uvalde mass shooting, even if they bled out while the cops waited for orders, can now sue the police for failing to protect their child?

You are 100% wrong about that.


You cannot sue your local authorities for failing to protect you or your family members even if they are present at the crime scene and do not come to your aid.

I am not exaggerating. This is THE LAW.


[Forwarded from Brian Cates]
It’s up to you. Always has been. Always will be.

When the parents discover they can’t sue the police they’ll try to sue the school.

And that is when they’ll discover another brutal truth.

The school never accepted any real responsibility for their child’s safety. It’s in the fine print of most public schools when you enroll your child.

Calling the cops was the limit of their responsibility in most public school districts when faced with a lethal threat to teachers and students.


They make the school your child attends a gun free zone and then when a mass shooter shows up they call the police and they’ve completely fulfilled their contracted obligations to your child’s safety. This is why if and when I ever have children I would never put them in a public school.

 

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[Forwarded from The Colonel’s Corner (Colonel Roxane ⭐⭐⭐️ Towner-Watkins The Colonel’s Corner)]
So the school has zero responsibility (you pay for the school) and the cops have zero responsibility (and you pay for them) and then “they” collaborate to pile all the community children in this spot, where they outlaw guns, as a target of opportunity and hold our children hostage to their demands of giving up our guns. Then they scream in unison, how many children have to die all while they are murdering millions via abortions. The only real question is, what happens when a parent with a gun shows up at the school and takes matters into their own hands of saving their child? Which the court has repeatedly said is the only possible way they will be saved for sure because no one else has the “responsibility.” Well we all know the answer to that and then you have to ask why are we all playing along like this is ok? They confiscate our wealth via taxes, they hold our children hostage, force feed them CRT, immoral filth, designate school gun free targets and sit back and laugh at us playing along. ITS NOT FOOKING OK PEOPLE.


A grassroots organization must get rid of gun free school zone designated area along with what’s going on with CRT etc. WHAT you teach them matters less than them being used as hunting targets.

 

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note that they did not do this to the event in my hood, santa fe, tx. it was a real event, as i personally know people that were involved. and the people of santa fe told the (media) and (pols) to get the f-ck out of their town.

santa fe is full of good people -- an island in a sea of vibrant criminality in greater houston
 

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FYI

[Forwarded from EWillHelpYou]
In the landmark case of CASTLE ROCK v. GONZALES, A young mother of three sued the town of Castle Rock Colorado, after officers failed to respond to her repeated reports over several hours that her estranged husband had taken their three children in violation of her restraining order against him. She was continuously told to wait by officers and see if they returned instead. She even went down to the local police station and provided a copy of her restraining order, begging them to help. The officer who took the report instead went to dinner.
Ultimately, the estranged husband murdered all three children, and later walked into the police station, opened fire, and was killed.
- - - - -
In the case legal case following, the woman sought remedy claiming violation of her 14th amendment rights based on the failure of the officers to uphold their commitment.
The Supreme Court, however, ruled against her and found that even when language explicitly guarantees an action, the police are not obligated to respond or assist a citizen, and that their help is discretionary, not mandatory.
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This means, according to the Supreme Court, US citizens are not actually guaranteed any help by their law enforcement officials, nor can they appropriately legally remedy a situation in which officers do not respond.



☝️☝️☝️You’d be shocked at discovering how many people don’t know that “no duty to protect the individual citizen” is the well established case law of our land.


In other words, if you think parents that lost their child in this Uvalde mass shooting, even if they bled out while the cops waited for orders, can now sue the police for failing to protect their child?

You are 100% wrong about that.


You cannot sue your local authorities for failing to protect you or your family members even if they are present at the crime scene and do not come to your aid.

I am not exaggerating. This is THE LAW.


[Forwarded from Brian Cates]
It’s up to you. Always has been. Always will be.

When the parents discover they can’t sue the police they’ll try to sue the school.

And that is when they’ll discover another brutal truth.

The school never accepted any real responsibility for their child’s safety. It’s in the fine print of most public schools when you enroll your child.

Calling the cops was the limit of their responsibility in most public school districts when faced with a lethal threat to teachers and students.


They make the school your child attends a gun free zone and then when a mass shooter shows up they call the police and they’ve completely fulfilled their contracted obligations to your child’s safety. This is why if and when I ever have children I would never put them in a public school.

POLICE derives from the word "POLICY". Police are Policy Men/Women. Policy Men work for those who create the policies ( Government Leaders and Bureaucrats) NOT "We the People".
 

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According to that video, one "dads" name is Angel Garza, the other is Alfred Garza III. Stepdad just happens to have the same last name?
The internet says, "Garza is the 26th most common Hispanic surname" so not all that unlikely it sounds like.
 

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Uvalde’s Biggest Mistake Was Trusting The Police To “Keep Us Safe”​

by Ryan McMaken

May 31, 2022




The Uvalde police have helped demonstrate, yet again, what has long been clear: when you’re facing a maniac with a gun, don’t count on the government’s uniformed bureaucrats with badges to help you. As we learned this week, not even a child begging for help on a 911 call will get the police to confront a shooter.
Moreover, given the lack of competence and effort consistently displayed by police in cases where they face real danger—as at Columbine, Parkland, and Uvalde—it’s clearly a matter of chance as to whether the local police in whatever town are willing to risk “officer safety” for the sake of public safety.
Contrary to what gun control advocates think, this reality sends a powerful message against gun control: we can’t trust the government’s armed enforcers to provide any measure of safety, and we absolutely need a right to private self-defense, to private security, and accountable trained professionals who are not the bloated, overpaid, branch of the government bureaucracy known as “law enforcement.”

“Back the Blue” Plays into the Hands of Gun Control Advocates

When it comes to evaluating the disastrous police cowardice and incompetence in Uvalde’s Robb Elementary last week, those who blindly defend the police are essentially making the same argument as those as those who want to destroy the right to private self defense: “the police did as much as they could, but a single untrained teenager with a gun is just too much to handle for 20 or more trained police officers who are armed to the teeth.”

For gun controllers, the takeaway from this is “see, these guns are so powerful, the cops were left impotent in Uvalde.”
The police defenders can only shrug and admit the same thing: “our heroic men and women did all they could do! That guy was just too tough, fast, and smart for us!”
This sends a message to casual observers of the gun debate—which is most of the public. It suggests those “assault rifles” the Left is always talking about are really “weapons of war”, and allow a single person to outgun an entire police force. Many people will ask themselves: why would any person need such a thing?
But what retort can the police defenders offer to this? It seems they can only repeat something about how our selfless heroes are beyond criticism and that we should trust keep trusting the regime, its police, and its schools to “keep us safe.”

Meanwhile, gun control advocates are mocking the old conservative line that “a good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun.” It’s difficult to mount an effective response to this if one is committed to the idea that the Uvalde police were even remotely competent or conscientious in their work. If it’s true that Uvalde police were in any way doing their best, then an entire department of “good guys with guns” could truly do nothing to stop one person with an AR-15.
The reality, however, is that the Uvalde police were most certainly not “good guys with guns.” They are cowards clad in impressive looking taxpayer-funded gear who made the situation worse. As their own supervisors admit, they sat around waiting for backup because had they actually tried to stop the shooter, the police “could’ve been shot.”
The police at Uvalde were not just useless in terms of public safety. They actively got in the way of public safety. When a group of parents—some of whom were likely armed—attempted to intervene in the school themselves, the police literally assaulted the parents. Witnesses report police at the scene tackling women, pepper spraying men, and drawing their tasers in order to further intimidate the parents. The police did this while the killer was rampaging inside the school. Naturally, the police, swaggering around in their cowboy hats and body armor, didn’t like being shown up by the uppity private citizens of the town.

Enforcing Gun Laws Also Requires “Good Guys with Guns”​

Repeated displays of incompetence from police agencies also calls into question the idea that these same bureaucrats could effectively enforce gun prohibition laws.

A longstanding problem with prohibition—whether we’re talking guns, drugs, or alcohol—is that it tends to be only effective in keeping prohibited objects out of the hands of relatively law-abiding citizens. But when it comes to real criminals, it’s a very different story.
In the case of drugs we’ve seen this many times over. Ordinary people often avoid drugs because they don’t want to get in trouble with the law. The professional criminals are a totally different story, and law enforcement has never managed to keep committed drug runners from plying their trade.
Similarly, it’s easy for police to target ordinary law-abiding people when it comes to gun prohibition. These people are unlikely to buy or sell guns in the black market, or employ connections with illegal gun runners to get the guns they want. Thus, it’s a safe bet that new gun prohibitions will disarm peaceful people, but it’s not at all a safe bet that violent felons will be equally disarmed.
Confronting depraved and violent criminals requires real work and real danger. Enforcing laws against those people ultimately requires “a good guy with a gun.” When it comes to government police, however, we’ve seen at Uvalde and Parkland the quality of work we should expect. We’ve seen that when it comes to doing dangerous work, police are often uninterested.

Gun control advocates are now highlighting police inaction when it comes to shootings like Uvalde. They think it helps their case. Yet the same people continue to cling to the unwarranted notion that police would be competent enforcers of gun laws. The fact is we have every reason to assume police will be often unreliable in both cases.

The Right to Bear Arms Is Rooted in Opposition to Regime Power​

It’s always an odd mix when advocates of the right to self-defense also profess to enthusiastically support government police. Historically, the philosophy behind private gun ownership has always been a philosophy of strong skepticism of a government’s ability or inclination to “keep us safe.”
Certainly, in the late eighteenth century and throughout the nineteenth century, legal protections of gun ownership were rooted in the assumption that the governments’ “public safety” personnel were inadequate to the keep the peace or provide safety. Local police forces were viewed as corrupt and as partisan hacks who served only elected officials and party machines. Professional military personnel were viewed as people who were too lazy to make a living through honest work. There was fear that granting greater military or policing power to the state would result in abuse of that power.
This is why Americans before the twentieth century relied largely on private security and decentralized militias.

Much of the debate revolved around the balance between private coercive power and the state’s coercive power. It was understood that granting more of this power to government personnel necessarily decreased the relative strength of the private citizens’ coercive power. That is, if the police are better funded and more well-armed than private citizens—this puts the private citizen at a disadvantage.
The state, after all, is fundamentally built on the idea of securing a monopoly on the means of coercion. The more power given to the police, the more complete this monopoly becomes.

Gun Control Tips the Balance Toward More Relative Power for Felons and for the Regime​

Out of fear of private sector criminals, ordinary law-abiding people have repeatedly granted a stronger and stronger monopoly on coercion to governments over time. Police budgets are now immense, law enforcement agencies are flush with cash and fond of buying military-style equipment for use against the public. Adopting new gun control measures would further tip the balance toward greater government monopolies on coercion. But, given what we’ve seen from police in Uvalde, we have no reason to believe this ever-increasing enhancement of the state’s power would actually translate into more public safety.
Nevertheless, in the wake of the Uvalde massacre, NRA chief Wayne Lapierre was still beating the same old tired drum, claiming—contrary to all the evidence—that the nation’s police departments need even more tax money. It’s not surprising that this is the only “idea” they have to offer. When one’s alleged commitment to private gun ownership is bundled with unqualified support for government police, it’s impossible to argue the obvious: that private self defense is essential because the government has repeatedly shown it has little interest in providing public safety.
 

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Issues Disaster Declaration for City of Uvalde​

by RTM Staff
May 31, 2022

Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) announced a state of disaster for the city of Uvalde on Tuesday that will expedite state and local resources to assist the community following a tragic mass shooting last week.

The declaration to assist those impacted by the tragedy at Robb Elementary School also follows growing controversy regarding the actions of local law enforcement responding to the incident.

“The community of Uvalde has been left devastated by last week’s senseless act of violence at Robb Elementary School and should not have to encounter any difficulty in receiving the support needed to heal,” Abbott said in a statement released regarding the declaration.

“This disaster declaration frees up the many resources available through the State of Texas and local jurisdictions to continue providing much needed support to all who were impacted and work in the community unencumbered by regulations unnecessary to respond to this tragedy. All of Texas stands with Uvalde, and we are prepared to provide support through all available means,” he added.

The disaster declaration will allow state agencies such as the Texas Division of Emergency Management to continue offering all available resources following the disaster. The governor noted that assistance will include providing a temporary facility to be used as a family resource center serving members of the Uvalde community, seeking mental health services, and other resources.

 

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