[VIDEO] Nobody’s Buying Police’s Latest Excuse For Not Entering Robb Elementary

[VIDEO] Nobody’s Buying Police’s Latest Excuse For Not Entering Robb Elementary

I am at a loss for words over this Texas school shooting. It’s bad enough that we lost 19 innocent souls, but it’s becoming rather apparent that the police botched rescue efforts from start to finish.

Now, I am not speaking about the Border Patrol who finally killed the gunman.


I am talking about the local police who refused to engage the shooter.

It got so bad outside that parents were begging the police to go in, and at one point, started organizing their own efforts to rush in and stop the shooter. The police actually handcuffed a mother who wanted to go in and save her child.

But no matter how the parents begged, the police wouldn’t budge.

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As a matter of fact, the shooter was in that school with those kids for 80 minutes before an off-duty border patrol agent killed him.

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80 minutes…

There were 19 cops in the hallway outside the classroom door, and they didn’t go inside the room.

They didn’t want to get “shot and killed.”

19 cops…


One cop for every murdered child.

So, what’s the new excuse why cops didn’t engage the shooter?

Well, according to officials at a presser, the chief of police thought he had “more time.”

He supposedly thought the shooter was barricaded in a room with no living victims.



Who did he think he was shooting at?

The wall?

Katie Pavlich can’t believe what she’s hearing… and neither can we.

“How the hell did he go off of “belief.” Bottom line is he *didn’t know* and defaulted to a fatal assumption. Devastating beyond comprehension.”

Here’s what officials are now saying: “Texas official: Police didn’t enter the school because the “on-scene-commander” wrongly believed “there were no more children at risk.” “Obviously, based upon the information we have, there were children in that classroom that were at risk…”


How could they not know there were children at risk?


But boy, everyone was ready to go when it came to enforcing mask mandates.

Needless to say, people are having a really hard time buying this story from cops.

Human Events Editor Jack Posobiec called it a “stand-down order.”

Like I said, people are not buying what the cops are selling.

Here are some comments:

“BS because the local Chief of Police was the on scene commander, and everyone including him heard the gunshots. This makes it all even more infuriating. Abbott should be removing people from their positions. This Chief is Scott Israel 2.0. No accountability.”

“This just doesn’t add up. You hear gunshots, and think the shooter is alone in a room?”

“I am hearing kids were calling 911 from the room, so how can cops not know they were in danger?” 

“I am sorry to say this, but this just smells bad, all over. Something is really wrong and I don’t know if we’ll ever know the real story” 

“It’s all BS. Why did a teacher prop the door open?”

” the gunfire proves the lie.”

“They suppressed parents from taking the necessary risks as well which makes it doubly worse and even more odd, if you ask me. “

“Speaking as a LEO, the #1 job is to protect human life and they failed to do it.”

We love our police. They risk their lives every day to keep us safe, but when there’s a deadly screw-up like this, and it involves children, it needs to be investigated at the highest and most serious levels.

And on that note, let me remind you that Joe Biden refused to call for an investigation, saying he has “faith” in law enforcement.

Really, Joe, kids died while cops stood outside, and you’re okay with THAT?


Trust me, Biden wants nothing interfering with his “gun control” push.

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