By: redpill | 02-26-2018 | News
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Trump Blasts Coward BCSO Deputy in Parkland, saying He'd Have "Run In There" Saving Lives

The tragic shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida - has left the entire United States of America in both shock and anger - after 17 innocent lives were lost at the hands of an alleged mentally ill gunman - Nikolas Cruz - and the cowardly Broward County Sheriff's Deputy Scot Peterson cowered in fear instead of saving the lives of the innocent.

President Trump has since chimed in numerous times after revelations of the failures of the Broward County Sheriff's Office to save lives have flooded the headlines of every media outlet in America.

Americans across the country have learned that not only did Sheriff's Deputy Scot Peterson "freeze," as Nikolas Cruz is alleged to have engaged in the mass shooting, firing from a semi-automatic AR-15, but Deputy Peterson hid inside of a stairwell as children were being murdered in cold blood.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">&quot;He was pointing his gun at nothing.&quot; Student says he watched as <a href="">@browardsheriff</a> school resource officer Scot Peterson hid behind a staircase during the Stoneman Douglas shooting. <a href="">@wsvn</a> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Brian Entin (@BrianEntin) <a href="">February 23, 2018</a></blockquote>

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One Senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Brandon Huff, described what he witnessed Peterson doing as shots were killing his classmates in something like a scene from a horror movie.

Huff, both emotionally disturbed by the traumatic event and furious at Peterson's cowardice, said that he heard the gunshots and rushed in the direction of the sounds to see what was happening.

"The school resource officer was behind a stairwell wall… just standing there," Huff said of Peterson. "And he had his gun drawn… and he was just pointing it… at the building… and, shots started going off inside. You could hear them going off over and over again."

While Nikolas Cruz is alleged to have been firing numerous rounds, Huff says that both teachers and school administrators including Coach Aaron Feis risked their lives to become human shields taking bullets to protect the children of Marjory Stoneman Douglas.

As this was occurring, Peterson stood still, the only law enforcement officer in sight, also wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying a firearm.

"He was pointing his gun at nothing, just pointing his gun at the building, with the kids in it," Huff recalled of the disgraceful Deputy Peterson. "And he was just talking on the radio, and he never did anything, for four minutes."

That amount of time where Peterson allowed the shooting to continue could have resulted in the loss of numerous lives. As an officer, he's expected to have charged in, approached the gunman, engaged and killed him, as per law enforcement protocol in an active shooter situation.

In a speech before the Governors of the United States of America at the White House today, President Trump blasted Peterson and laid out the anger and frustration he feels after hearing these horrific tales of Peterson's response.

"You know I really believe, you don't know until you're tested, but I really believe I'd run in there even if I didn't have a weapon and I think most of the people in this room would've done that too," the President of the United States of America said, calling Scot Peterson" disgusting," which is also how the majority of Americans feel.

Imagine being the family members of one of the children murdered in cold blood, knowing that an armed Sheriff's Deputy failed to move in any way to save their child's life. Not only is the Broward County Sheriff's Department funded by taxpaying citizens to respond to any critical call, but Peterson was literally within the reach of the alleged shooter Nikolas Cruz while he was said to have been taking numerous precious lives.

We know that not only did the Broward County Sheriff's Office<a href=""> fail to act </a>with an urgent response on the day of the shooting, but that Nikolas Cruz had reportedly been on their radar on at least 39 separate domestic-related calls to his home over temper tantrums and behavioral issues, yet Cruz was still allowed to access and purchase a firearm.

We also know that the Federal Bureau of Investigation<a href=""> received a tip </a>from a close friend of Cruz, telling the FBI she believed that Cruz was "going to kill people," and that he'd "killed animals" including butchering a frog and a bird in the past, both classic warning signs of the psyche of a person who's soon to commit murder or in this case murder on a massive scale.

Despite the failures of the local law enforcement and federal authorities prior to the tragedy, on the day of the shootings, Scot Peterson could have stopped the killer, but he chose to not accept his sworn duty to subject himself to danger.

Coach Aaron Feis and sixteen others did exactly that and lost their lives while sacrificing themselves to protect a child. Feis, a beloved coach, is reported to have used his body as a shield to protect kids from a hailstorm of bullets flying throughout the building.

Days after the shooting, the<a href=""> propagandist </a>outlet CNN held a "Town Hall" style event, where the National Rifle Association's Dana Loesch as well as Broward County Sheriff Israel went toe-to-toe on the stage over accountability, where liberals jeered at Loesch attempting to depict her as if she'd somehow personally been there on that fateful Valentine's Day.

That exchange was broadcast to the nation, trading barbs between right and left, prior to the revelations about Deputy Peterson's dastardliness and fear, as well as the failures of law enforcement agencies in taking action against Cruz ahead of time.

It spawned an immediate attack from the<a href=""> Democratic Party </a>and their anti-Constitutional rights advocacy groups, who immediately demanded that America's elected officials enact some form of "Gun Control" legislation as a response to the Parkland travesty.

Soon, the Second Amendment was under fire on every mainstream media outlet across the United States of America and the blame was attempted to be put upon the gun, a non-sentient AR-15 rifle, instead of the failures of those who were warned of<a href=""> Cruz's intentions</a>.

Those on the<a href=""> right </a>of the political spectrum, Second Amendment defenders, suggested that arming teachers would guarantee that when another similar school shooting happens, it would give brave teachers and faculty a fighting chance against a would-be killer.

Broward County Sheriff Israel himself would fire off publicly in what appeared to be "Gun Control" rhetoric, suggesting that his office had done nothing wrong and that arming teachers wouldn't be a solution.

Not long after Sheriff Israel went on his tirade against Loesch and the NRA, evidence would be made public about Peterson, and the Broward County Sheriff's Office's failures in remaining outside of the building for several minutes until the Coral Springs Police Department arrived at the scene in full SWAT attire to find and eliminate the active shooter.

<a href="">CNN reported </a>that upon the arrival of Coral Springs to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, they found not only the armed Scot Peterson standing outside the facility doing nothing with an active shooter still inside but three other Deputies, which meant that the shooter was still murdering people as they did nothing.

<a href="">Coral Springs Police Department </a>is alleged to have been disgusted with these actions from the Broward County Sheriff's Department. In those crucial minutes of inactivity, the BCSO could have engaged and likely brought the death toll to a bare minimum had they found and killed Cruz.

Sheriff Israel has continued to defend his Deputies, and so far has

<a href=""> refused to resign </a>despite numerous calls for him to do so, despite 74 Republican politicians calling for his<a href=""> resignation</a>.

A video would soon surface as well from inside a Mosque dating back to July of 2014, which shows Deputy Nezar Hamze giving a seminar to the Muslims in attendance at the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) event.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Deputy Sheriff, Nezar Hamze, is seen here teaching a mosque about the second amendment. <br><br>Nezar Hamze also works for CAIR. <br><br>Something stinks in Broward County. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Based Monitored 🇺🇸🇮🇪 (@BasedMonitored) <a href="">February 26, 2018</a></blockquote>

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Contradicting everything the Broward Sheriff's Department has stated about arming teachers and it not being an adequate response to protect innocent lives, you can see Deputy Hamze in the video training the Muslims to handle an exact replica situation, telling them it's their Second Amendment right to the Constitution and Florida State Law to concealed carry and kill any gunman who would have threatened their lives.

With images surfacing of Sheriff Israel pictured with both Hillary Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama, it shocks nearly zero Americans that the Sheriff is touting the "Gun Control" efforts of the Democratic Party in the wake of the shooting.

More unanswered questions remain than we currently have answers, with each passing day more details being made public that raises eyebrows surrounding the alleged moments of the shooting.

On Monday,<a href=""> The Goldwater </a>first reported on a video interview with Stacy Lippel, one of the teachers who were not only inside of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on the day of the shooting but also grazed with a bullet by the shooter.

<i>An excerpt from the early Monday report on The Goldwater of Lippel's recounting of the events:</i>

<blockquote>Lippel describes herding her students into her classroom to try and protect them from the shooter. Moments after the first shots rang out, Lippel got a clear view of the shooter and what she describes is chilling. "Then I saw the shooter about twenty feet from me standing at the end of the hallway, actively shooting down the hallway," she said.</blockquote>

<blockquote>"Just a barrage of bullets," Lippel said.</blockquote>

<blockquote>"And I'm staring at him thinking, 'Why is the police here? This is strange'. He's in full metal garb. Helmet, facemask, bulletproof armor, shooting this rifle that I've never seen before." Lippel goes on to describe how she closed her classroom door to protect her students seeking shelter inside.</blockquote>

<blockquote>"I grabbed the handle with both hands and that's when I got nicked or grazed, or whatever you call it." Lippel points to her left upper arm where a grazing wound is visible. The interviewer asks, "A bullet hit your arm?" She replies, "Yes. As I'm closing my door I'm shouting at my next door neighbor, Mr. Scott Beigel, to close his door."</blockquote>

<blockquote>"And he's the kind of man that would keep that door open a little longer, you know, he's all about the kids," Lippel said. Fellow teacher 35-year-old Scott Beigel would not survive the shooting that day.</blockquote>

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The claims of Lippel's perspective is in many ways contradictory of the timeline of the official narrative of the shooting.

It's been reported repeatedly that Cruz called an Uber to take him to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's day, but with the claims that Cruz was in full body armed, and used an AR-15, many people are wondering how he was able to bring these types of professional gear into the vehicle without being noticed.

If Cruz did so, he would likely have had the AR-15 disassembled, meaning that he reassembled it at some point during the arrival to the school.

If Cruz was able to manage to conceal the heavy protective equipment and the rifle, which is undoubtedly hard to accomplish at best, but possible, it means he changed into the gear somewhere on school grounds.

This also leaves the question that if this was how the day actually occurred, where is Amy CCTV / surveillance footage from outside the building of Cruz changing? Would there not be security footage from inside the building as well?

Perhaps there is, and it's in evidence, but much of the media seemingly have failed to pressure the Broward County Sheriff for these answers.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Here&#39;s <a href="">@KHOU</a> news, and this reporter said one student he spoke with, a female, said she saw Nikolas Cruz in the hallway AFTER shots were fired, and she believes there was a second shooter.<br>Listen:<a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#QAnon</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#TheGreatAwakening</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#QResearch</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#GreatAwakening</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#GunControl</a><a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#PrayForParkland</a> <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; 🍎 Red Pill (@IWillRedPillYou) <a href="">February 15, 2018</a></blockquote>

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We also know that at least one female student told KHOU news that she saw Cruz in the hallway, in a controversial interview where the student says the point where she ran into the alleged shooter was after the shooting had occurred.

That female student, Alexa Miednik, who claims to have seen the alleged gunman Nikolas Cruz inside of the school on that fateful day, said she spoke to him.

During the interview, which has since gone viral on social media, Alexa Miednik not only said that she walked alongside shooter Nikolas Cruz in the hallway, but she says she did so after the shooting had begun.

"I actually was in the bathroom at the moment, and I had come back to my classroom, and the fire alarm went off, and the principal came on the speaker and just said, ‘Everyone needs to evacuate right now,'" Alexa said to Musil. "So that's what we did. As I was going down the stairs, I heard a couple of shots fired."

"Everyone was freaking out, saying that it was a gun, and uh… as we were walking… the whole class together, I actually was speaking to the ‘suspect' Nikolas Cruz," Alexa alleged.

She stated that she spoke to Nikolas Cruz, saying that when she saw him he didn't have a gun. She's also smiling at this point in the interview, in a strange sense, but psychological experts suggest that after a travesty or a tragedy similar to Parkland, these types of emotions appear as a result of shock.

Many people would dispute this claim, but I would suggest that such would be the case had you actually experienced something so terrifying. Although we cannot be sure since we're unaware of what Alexa may have seen or felt.

"And… as I was speaking to him… he seemed very… I don't… I don't know what the word I want to say is," Alexa stated. "But uh… he was trouble in middle school, so I kinda joked to him about it and said, ‘I'm surprised you weren't the one who did it' [in reference to the shooting, at which time she was unsure that's even what was occurring] and he just gave me a ‘huh?' so uh… that's really what happened."

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">BOMBSHELL: Senior at Douglas High School says she spoke to the suspect Nikolas Cruz at the school today while hearing gunshots from the other end of building. NEVER SEEN A GUN.<a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Florida</a> <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Parkland</a> <a href=";ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#StonemanShooting</a><a href=""></a></p>&mdash; MAGA PILL 🇺🇸 (@MAGAPILL) <a href="">February 15, 2018</a></blockquote>

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Now, with contradicting claims from both the teacher Miss Koppel, who was grazed by a bullet, saying she saw Cruz in body armor head to toe, and the previous interview from Cruz's classmate Alexa saying she saw Cruz in the hallway on after the shooting began, dressed in normal clothing, and also claiming she heard additional gunshots after seeing him, were unsure how the two stories can corroborate one another.

In fact, they outright contradict each other, unless there are missing details that one of the two eyewitnesses have falsely reported unintentionally or intentionally.

Combined with the curious efforts of social media to ban those from their platforms willing to ask such questions, and the tirade from a few of the survivors such as David Hogg who himself is clearly making his rounds on television to push for "Gun Control," it seems as if there's a multitude of so-called<a href=""> "conspiracy theories"</a>, or potentially "conspiracy realizations," all brewing around the shooting.

With President Trump weighing in against the cowardly law enforcement officer, Deputy Peterson, it's only further fanning those flames as millions of Americans simply want to know the truth and all of the facts surrounding what happened.

"The allegations that Mr. Peterson was a coward and that his performance, under the circumstances, failed to meet the standards of police officers are patently untrue," Peterson's lawyer Joseph DiRuzzo said in a statement today attempting to defend his client, suggesting that everyone from the Coral Springs Police Department SWAT responders to the student eyewitnesses are wrong and Peterson is right.

Americans may be susceptible to die propaganda, but there's zero doubt that Peterson himself acted in a cowardly fashion, and that had other Broward County Sheriff's Deputies rushed the alleged gunman on that Valentines Day, more children and teachers would be alive.

As for the rest of the unanswered and conflicting statements, we can only continue to demand that any closed-circuit surveillance footage from outside and inside the school be released to put an end to the array of theories.

We should also ask since it's alleged that Cruz somehow managed to escape the school after the shootings, that someone from the Sheriff's Office explains how he was able to do this in body armor.

If Cruz left it behind, there's certainly footage of him changing out of it, one would think.

As the court documents state, Cruz also made his way to both a McDonald's and Subway restaurant after the shooting. There are no doubt cameras in those facilities, and the world would love to see just what Cruz was dressed in upon his entry as well as the specific timing of his arrival to those locations.

There's loads of evidence that would help piece together an actual timeline, and the media, as well as the people, have a right to know.


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Anonymous No. 19455 2018-02-27 : 04:12

Trump needs to shine his shoes on sheriff Israel’s ass, nice and hard.

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