I have been keeping up with this Uvalde situation, and it’s horrifying.
The mishandling of that school shooting was so bad, it’s mind-boggling.
And most everything you thought to be true was a lie.
Remember hearing that cops didn’t have shields?
No, they did… there are actually several photos of police standing in the hallway with shields.
To recap the latest Uvalde news:
-Shooter enters at 11:33am
-Ballistic shield (pictured) present in hallway at 11:52am
-Cops don't enter classroom to kill shooter until 12:50pm.
— Wells Dunbar🤦🏻 (@WellsDunbar) June 20, 2022
But the worst thing… The most unspeakable and hardest thing to digest is this new piece of information that was just released from Reuters:
The classroom door in the Uvalde elementary school where 19 children and two teachers were killed in May was not locked even as police waited for a key, Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steven McCraw said on Tuesday.
They never tried the door, folks.
We were told officers had “tried the door” and it was locked and they were searching for a key, or something or other… and that was bad enough.
But apparently, that was a lie, because the door wasn’t locked.
They never turned the handle.
Those poor children were just left to die in there.
Nobody came to help them for over an hour… I just can’t wrap my head around this. It’s every parent’s worst nightmare come true, and it didn’t have to be this way.
Texas officials say, if handled correctly, they could have eliminated the shooting threat in 3 minutes.
Now, ask yourself, how many kids’ lives could have been saved if that shooter was taken out in 3 minutes?
The officials also said the Uvalde police chief choose to save the lives of police officers with shields and weapons over the lives of innocent, unarmed little kids.
Somebody needs to go to jail for this.
It’s gone well beyond just a “mistake” at this point.
This is so heartbreaking on so many levels.
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