Monday, June 18, 2018

It's Easy to Say

In hindsight, it's easy for that coward deputy in Ft. Lauderdale to say now that, "If I knew what was happening, I'd go in, in a heartbeat." But even if he just SUSPECTED that someone was killing children, a courageous man would have gone in and at least checked, and then killed the shooter before he could kill any more children--but he didn't. And that speaks volumes. Is he USING his lack of knowledge of what was actually happening to excuse his cowering behind a car while that shooter killed students and staff? The fact that he did Not go in speaks volumes for his courage, or lack thereof. He can claim that he'd go in in a heartbeat, all he wants, but actions speak far louder than words. The sheriff was right to fire him, but wrong to allow him to collect a very nice retirement. Normally, I wouldn't want to cause a man to lose his retirement. But this man NEEDS to lose his, because of his actions. He cowered behind a car while a shooter killed children. That's a fact. And I don't for a minute believe his excuse. (Breitbart)

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