A thing that blew my mind: police legally don’t have to protect humans from getting murdered bc people aren’t “property”— Childless Feminist Slut with Cats (@katewillett) May 25, 2022
In Castle Rock vs Gonzales, a woman sued after her 3 kids were murdered by her ex after cops didn’t enforce restraining order. She lost. https://t.co/P2gDk6ZZ66 pic.twitter.com/Bl8HkPLP5L
?? Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson at the NRA convention.— 1 Click News (@1ClickNews) May 27, 2022
"I am a law-abiding, armed, patriotic American. In this nation, you are not the second responder, you are the FIRST responder." pic.twitter.com/3pjovM3Fwr
Angeli Gomez found a way to get to her children when the cops wouldn’t. She was handcuffed, convinced them to let her go, hopped a fence and rescued her children. This mom is her kids hero ?♀️ ?? #Uvalde #Goals #MommaBear— Johanna ?✨??? (@C0nservativeGal) May 27, 2022
Meanwhile, Jacob Albarado, an off duty CBP officer was getting a haircut when his wife Trisha, who teaches fourth grade at Robb Elementary, sent him an urgent text message.”There’s an active shooter,” she wrote. “Help.” “I love you.”
He grabbed his barber’s shotgun, drove to the school, charged in, saved dozens, including his daughter, and killed the shooter. All while dozens of on duty cops waited outside.
A quick-thinking, off-duty, Border Patrol officer, armed with his barber's shotgun, helped rescue dozens of children and his daughter during the nightmarish shooting at the Uvalde, Texas, elementary school. https://t.co/gRH39Q8Qna— Newsmax (@newsmax) May 27, 2022
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