Both of the big mass shootings of the last few days are unraveling, exposing a sloppy mess of lies and hoaxes.
As I reported earlier this week, in Uvalde, 40 cops were outside of the school for 40 minutes and refused to enter the building while the shooter was killing everyone. They were apparently waiting for the shooter to run out of bullets.
The parents were ready to rush in themselves – so the police had to arrest them to… protect the shooter?
On Thursday, the Uvalde Police Department Chief Daniel Rodriguez released a statement saying its officers responded to reports of a shooter “within minutes,” alongside school district officers. Two responding officers sustained gunshot wounds.
“This is an ongoing investigation that is being led by the Texas Rangers. I understand questions are surfacing regarding the details of what occurred. I know answers will not come fast enough during this trying time, but rest assured that with completion of the full investigation, I will be able to answer all the questions that we can,” Rodriguez wrote.
Angeli Rose Gomez, a parent of two children in second and third grade at Robb Elementary, told The Wall Street Journal that Texas Rangers arrested her for intervening in an active situation after she and other parents urged police to enter the school building while the suspect was believed to be inside.
“The police were doing nothing,” she told the outlet. “They were just standing outside the fence. They weren’t going in there or running anywhere.”
Authorities have said the shooting suspect barricaded himself inside a fourth-grade classroom before fatally shooting 21 people. An agent with the Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC), is believed to have fatally shot the suspected gunman.
Videos posted on social media from the day of the shooting show frustrated parents and onlookers begging police to enter the building.
“Go in there! Go in there!” onlookers shouted at the officers soon after the attack began, said Juan Carranza, 24, who saw the scene from outside his house, across the street from Robb Elementary School in the close-knit town of Uvalde. Carranza said the officers did not go in.
Javier Cazares, whose fourth-grade daughter, Jacklyn Cazares, was killed in the attack, said he raced to the school when he heard about the shooting, arriving while police were still gathered outside the building.
Upset that police were not moving in, he raised the idea of charging into the school with several other bystanders.
— Matt Novak (@paleofuture) May 26, 2022
Uvalde Texas parents were arrested and tased while trying to save kids. This shit can’t go unsaid. The Police are only interested in shooting people who are holding Cell Phones or sleeping in their beds. They should’ve pressured the suspect and draw his fire,but they did nothing pic.twitter.com/rhtI88KDUV
— Jerry_Sayian (@JerryWillResist) May 27, 2022
“They were unprepared,” he said of first-responders.
Minutes earlier, Carranza had watched as suspect Salvador Ramos crashed his truck into a ditch outside the school, grabbed his AR-15-style semi-automatic rifle and shot at two people outside a nearby funeral home who ran away uninjured.
There were also multiple conflicting reports regarding whether officers confronted Ramos at the school’s entrance. At first, law enforcement officials said Ramos “encountered” officers outside the school, though other reports suggested officers and suspects exchanged gunfire. Then, the Texas Department of Public Safety (TDPS) said Ramos shot at two Uvalde police officers as they arrived outside the school, behind Ramos. On Wednesday, TDPS South Texas Regional Director Victor Escalon said Ramos was “not confronted by anybody” and that no armed security guards were stationed at the school’s entrance when the suspected gunman entered.
The official explanation right now is that they couldn’t kill the shooter because the door to the room he was in was locked. They needed a key for the lock. They had to wait for the janitor.
I’m not sure, but I’m pretty sure I’ve heard of cops opening locked doors before.
Of course, this is an obvious lie besides, because they didn’t even go in the school at all until after shooting had stopped. So it wasn’t a matter of the door being locked.
The cops are blaming a teacher at time of writing.
The cops are going to try and blame a teacher for this now. Just wow. pic.twitter.com/JsgQzNRuIU
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) May 27, 2022
The pigs were literally jogging around the school to hold a perimeter to keep parents from going in to try to save their kids.
I guess that’s one Border Patrol agent and one local cop. Those two look like some kind of spooks, frankly – but hey, who knows, right? Maybe everything they are saying right now is true. The story keeps changing and they keep admitting that they were lying, but maybe right now we caught them at a time when they are telling the truth?
As far as the theory that they are cowards – there were 40 cops outside the school, and the feds were in charge. The feds could have just told the local cops to go in. Even if everyone there was a coward, someone had the authority to force someone else to go in.
Speaking of authority – the feds are now claiming that the local cops stopped them from entering the school.
According to the sources of the New York Times:
When specially equipped federal immigration agents arrived at the elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday, the local police at the scene would not allow them to go after the gunman who had opened fire on students inside the school, according to two officials briefed on the situation.
The agents from Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrived at some point between 12 and 12:10 p.m., according to the officials — far earlier than previously known. But they did not breach the adjoining classrooms of the school where the gunman had locked himself in until a little before 1 p.m. Members of the federal tactical team killed the gunman.
The officials said that members of the Uvalde Police Department kept the federal agents from going in sooner.
The new details deepened questions about the tactics used to respond to the shooting and the length of time it took officers on the scene to end the carnage.
The director of the Texas Department of Public Safety was expected to hold a news conference about the shooting and the police response Friday.
The federal agents reported that they arrived to a scene of chaos — people pulling children out of windows while the local police, carrying only handguns and a few rifles, were trying to secure a perimeter, according to one official, who like the other spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation.
The Border Patrol and ICE agents did not understand why they were left to wait, according to the official. Eventually, the specialized Border Patrol team went into the building.
Don’t federal agents have rank in a situation like this?
Even if they didn’t have rank, it seems like if you were anything other than a total piece of shit, you would just go in the school and stop the little kids from getting shot – right?
And there really isn’t much risk here anyway, frankly – if you’re a cop with a crew going in to face one untrained insane teenager, you can take him out, bing, bang, bong.
It just doesn’t seem like cowardice and/or incompetence explain this. They could have just let the Mexicans in.
What is appears is that they wanted as many dead as possible. It also appears that they sent multiple law enforcement agencies so that they could all blame each other.
Officially at time of writing (though it might have changed since I started typing this sentence!), the excuse is that the police chief changed the status of the situation from “active shooter” to “barricaded suspect.” That meant that they just establish a perimeter and run around in circles.
Also interesting – he was in a group chat with you know, whoever, talking about doing a shooting.
He then engaged in an Instagram group chat Feb. 28, 2022 about him being a school shooter. On March 1, he discussed buying a gun. On March 3, another four-person chat he was asked if he bought a gun.
“Just bought something rn,” Ramos said, according to [Col. Steven McCraw, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety].
On March 14, he made the chilling message “10 more days.” A user replied “are you gonna shoot up the school or something?”
“No, stop asking dumb questions” and “you’ll see,” he replied, according to authorities.
So… wonder who else was in the chat?
Well, we now know about someone who was in another chat.
No one could have predicted anything like this.
Oh well, sure – that Anglin fellow predicted it. But that doesn’t count because he predicts everything, and no one is allowed to listen to him because he’s pure evil because of those jokes he made about fat people and the Jews.
Law enforcement officers are investigating whether a retired federal agent had about 30 minutes advance notice of a white supremacist’s plans to murder Black people at a Buffalo supermarket, two law enforcement officials told The Buffalo News.
Authorities believe the former agent – believed to be from Texas – was one of at least six individuals who regularly communicated with accused gunman Payton Gendron in an online chat room where racist hatred was discussed, the two officials said.
The two law enforcement sources with direct knowledge of the investigation stated these individuals were invited by Gendron to read about his mass shooting plans and the target location about 30 minutes before Gendron killed 10 people at Tops Markets on Jefferson Avenue on May 14.
The News could not determine if the retired agent accepted the invitation.
“These were like-minded people who used this chat group to talk about their shared interests in racial hatred, replacement theory and hatred of anyone who is Jewish, a person of color or not of European ancestry,” said one of the two law enforcement officials with close knowledge of the investigation. “What is especially upsetting is that these six people received advanced notice of the Buffalo shooting, about 30 minutes before it happened.
“The FBI has verified that none of these people called law enforcement to warn them about the shooting. The FBI database shows no advance tips from anyone that this shooting was about to happen.”
Agents from the FBI are in the process of tracking down and interviewing the six people, including the retired agent, and attempting to determine if any of them should be charged as accomplices, the two sources with close knowledge of the probe told The Buffalo News.
The two sources did not identify the agent by name and could not confirm what federal agency he worked for.
The Buffalo FBI Office declined to comment on the investigation. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Buffalo declined through a spokeswoman to comment.
Attorney Terrence M. Connors, who is representing several families who lost loved ones in the shooting, said: “As outrageous as this may sound, based upon what we are finding in our investigation, it is not surprising.” He declined to reveal the evidence his law firm has collected.
The New York Times reported May 17 that Gendron invited a small group of people into a private chat room on the messaging platform Discord to review his plan about 30 minutes before the massacre at Tops. The Washington Post reported two days later that 15 people accepted Gendron’s invitation into the Discord chat room and were able to review his plan and watch his live stream video as he committed the killings.
Federal authorities are investigating if the retired agent provided information to Gendron before he went on his shooting spree, the two law enforcement officials told The News.
In addition to law enforcement sources, two other individuals with knowledge of the mass shooting investigation have also confirmed that federal authorities are looking into the former agent’s relationship to the shooter.
FBI agents are also trying to determine the identity of an individual Gendron calls “Sandman,” and “Saint Sandman” in his lengthy social media diary that appeared on Discord 30 minutes before the attack, the sources said.
In the diary, Gendron indicates Sandman counseled him on manufacturers of AR-15 semi-automatic rifles and their quality. The shooter purchased and allegedly used that type of assault rifle in the rampage, which local authorities have said was fueled by his racial hatred.
In the document Gendron posted on Discord just prior to the shooting, he references Sandman three times.
In a passage dated May 2, he quoted Saint Sandman as saying: “When the time finally comes to deal decisively with a whole host of society’s problems, and not go to prison for it, you’ll know. Just be ready. You have spent your entire life, from the day you were born, right up to this very moment, reading this sentence, coming to where you are right now. Look around you. Are you content with where you are right now? Are you where you want to be? If so, continue to march. If not, what are you going to do? What’s your plan? Get and keep your mind, body, and spirit right. Pray. Lift. Run. Read. Shoot. And teach your kids to do those things.”
A third law enforcement source told The News they are aware of Gendron’s writings involving the quality of different rifles. The shooter ended up using a Bushmaster X-15, a version of the AR-15 rifle, police have reported.
Of course the feds are the Sandman – which frankly sounds like some kind of MK Ultra trigger word.
Maybe it’s not this same “retired” federal agent. But who else is going to groom a mass shooter, other than the feds? No one with the level of intelligence needed to groom a mentally ill teenager into becoming a mass murderer thinks that a mass shooting is a good idea for… white supremacy, or whatever it is they’re saying.
But the feds aren’t going to admit that to you, just like they’re not going to admit that in Uvalde, they refused to enter the building so as many people as possible would die. They never admit anything, and they never catch themselves.
I will say – I’m surprised that the local news was able to print this information. It’s of course not making it to the national news, despite the fact that a lot of people would probably be interested in a federal agent grooming a “racist” mass shooter.
The left should be very interested in this, in theory, as they are constantly alledging that the government is run by a racist conspiracy. But there is no piece in the WaPo from Taylor Lorenz about the federal agent grooming the neo-Nazi shooter!
Taylor – what’s going on, big guy???
She’s got bigger problems to worry about – like the fact that all of the fat off her face is about to slide right off her chin.
I wondered what Taylor meant when she said “I’m the ice cream man, but I ain’t got no fuckin’ ice cream.” I thought she was talking about selling crack, but she was talking about her face melting off. It also turned out she actually did have ice cream.
This bitch is brilliant – she literally changed her age to make herself six years older to explain why she looks so rekt.
This bitch is also involved in a serious scandal where she’s trying to cause global warming.
People thought I was lying when I said how high I keep the thermostat in my apt 😌 pic.twitter.com/9zWEA4ERNL
— Taylor Lorenz (@TaylorLorenz) May 19, 2022
Besides the fact that putting your heat at 90 degrees is insane and will change the warming… climate change atmosphere or whatever (how dare you?), Lorenz is also a huge supporter of the war against Russia, which is causing the heat to go out in Europe. The bitch actually went so far as to complain that TikTok allowing people to make longer videos would make it harder to censor videos from the Ukraine that she doesn’t want people to watch (like the ones where the Ukrainians are committing war crimes, for example).
TikTok has been a hub for misinformation and misrepresented videos during the crisis in Ukraine, that’s going to be even harder to catch or thwart w/ 10 min long videos https://t.co/428zv3rm30
— Taylor Lorenz (@TaylorLorenz) February 28, 2022
So it’s really a nasty thing, saying “go forth and fight, Europe!” and then mocking the fact that their heating bills have gone up by 500%.
I’m not trying to flip the script and make this all about Taylor Lorenz, I’m just making a point here: this bitch is obsessed with hunting racists.
Remember that time she announced that she was stalking Marc Andreessen by sneaking into private chats to try to catch him saying naughty words? She caught him talking about the reddit “Retard Revolution” – in a private chat, he was supposed to refer to it as the “R-slur Revolution.”
Taylor Lorenz has been obsessed with Marc Andreessen for months, something she's actively documented *herself* in her tweets (many since deleted), and tweeting a provable lie about him should be the end of any sort of career path covering anything he's ever even touched. https://t.co/jAadB4OQKK pic.twitter.com/ohyPUrxgZT
— Mason 🏃♂️✂️𐃏 (@webdevMason) February 7, 2021
How broadly are we expanding this list of words that cannot even be mentioned? It’s becoming genuinely confusing to read accounts of what Bad things were said when they cannot actually be reproduced. https://t.co/rHFwKGVBgs
— Josh Barro (@jbarro) February 7, 2021
Before she decided this, no one even knew you weren’t allowed to say “retard.”
So this is a hardcore bitch who finds political incorrectness under every rock.
But no – she’s not interested in a federal agent grooming a neo-Nazi mass shooter.
That will just stay on the local Buffalo news.
Frankly, it looks like the second mass shooting is serving to prevent the first mass shooting’s narrative from unraveling.
And all of it is to distract from how hard the Ukraine is winning.