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A new level of ineptitude has reared its ugly head at Broward County Sheriff’s Office

As if we didn’t have enough reason to doubt that the Broward County Sheriff’s Department was a competent organization.

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For decades, the American trope of a bumbling and ineffective police officer was merely a visage of the classic Don Knots character Gomer Pyle, who would famously have to ask his chief if he was allowed to even carry his own gun.

Now, however, it seems that a new level of ineptitude has reared its ugly head in 2018, and the worst part is that it isn’t even fictional.

I’m speaking, of course, about the wholly incapable Sheriffs of Broward County, Florida, who are responsible, if not culpable for the deaths of 16 students and a coach at Stoneman Douglas High School in the city of Parkland back in February.

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Not only did the Sheriff’s department participate in a controversial and misused program that created an incentive for the school to allow criminal students to walk free, but their previous interactions with the shooter, Nikolas Cruz, were wholly ineffective and suspect.

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On top of all of that, video was released recently that showed Sheriff’s deputies waiting outside of the school where Cruz was slaughtering innocent children, cowering in fear.

And, as if we didn’t have enough reason to doubt that the Broward County Sheriff’s Department was a competent organization, another bit of corruption is surfacing today that pretty much seals the deal.

It’s kind of an amazing thing that three months after the Parkland school shooting, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel is not only still a gainfully employed man, but he holds the same position he did when the shooting occurred.

Now comes news that the disgraced school resource officer who refused to enter Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during the shooting may have covered up an alleged sexual assault by Israel’s son during a bullying incident at the same school where the shooting happened.

According to a report by WPLG in Miami, parents are calling for an investigation into an incident four years ago where Deputy Scot Peterson may have altered a report involving one of Israel’s children so that no legal action was taken.

Peterson, you may remember, was heavily criticized by Israel but not fired for staying outside the school while students were being killed. Instead, he was allowed to resign, entitling him to a six-figure public pension.

Just how bad was it?  Bad.

“The case involved two 17-year-old students bullying a 14-year-old freshman, with one holding down the younger boy by his ankles while the other kicked the victim, grabbed his genitals and then took the victim’s own baseball bat and began shoving it against his buttocks, simulating rape, through the boy’s clothes,” WPLG reported.

“One of those assailants, the boy who allegedly held down the victim, was Israel’s son, Brett. Defense attorney Alex Arreaza, who represents shooting victim Anthony Borges, who was shot five times in the Valentine’s Day massacre but survived, said the case could have led to felony charges,” the outlet continued.

All I know is that, if I ever visit Parkland, Florida, I fully expect Scot Israel to be dropping fries at whichever Whataburger I choose to visit.

 

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Dr. Fauci Makes It Clear: Coronavirus Death Toll ‘Likely Less’ Than We Originally Thought

Will the media still say Trump handled things poorly?

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Dr. Anthony Fauci announced on Wednesday that schools should be able to reopen in the fall. That is certainly good news for parents, although a decent amount of children likely aren’t going to be thrilled. Fauci also noted that the death toll from COVID-19 is likely to be “less” drastic than originally reported. If that is the case, will the mainstream media still hammer away at President Trump for responding poorly to the pandemic? Probably. From The Daily Wire: Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, delivered a healthy dose of optimism this week when he said that schools should reopen in the fall, and that the COVID-19 death tolls are lower than the original estimation. “You know, it is unpredictable, but you can get a feel for it if we start talking about the things where the curve goes down,” Fauci said during the Tuesday task force briefing. “How we respond and what kind of a rebound we see or don’t see, I think is going to have a lot of influence probably more immediately on things like summer camps than it does in the fall.” Fauci continued, “I fully expect – though, I’m humble enough to know that I can’t accurately predict – that by the time we get to the fall that we will have this under control, enough that it certainly will not be the way it is now where people are shutting schools.” He added, “My optimistic side tells me that we’ll be able to renew to a certain extent, but it’s going to be different. Remember now because this is not going to disappear. So we’re going to have to have in place the capability of doing the things that we talk about all the time on…

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Majority of New Yorkers Prefer ‘More Severe’ Pandemic If It Means Trump Loses 2020 Election

How awful is this??

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Ami Horowitz went to New York City to ask people a simple question: “Would you go for this deal: that the coronavirus lasts longer and is more severe, but the president guarantees to lose the election?” No brainer, right? Well, not to a lot of people. From Daily Wire: In his latest digital short, filmmaker Ami Horowitz took to the unusually empty streets of New York City, the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, to ask residents if they would be willing to “make a deal”: have the country suffer a longer, more severe crisis if it means that Donald Trump will definitely lose the election. A majority of the people Horowitz talked with said it was a “hard” decision, but opted for a more damaging, deadly pandemic just so long as Trump is defeated in November. […] After a man with a shaved head responds, “I want him gone,” Horowitz presses, “Okay, no matter what?” “No matter what, yeah,” the man says. WATCH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czgzOl9Vj8k&feature=emb_logo Pretty awful. Here’s more COVID-19 randomness, via Twitter… https://twitter.com/gmanews/status/1248052166360629253 https://twitter.com/realDailyWire/status/1248052393318576134 https://twitter.com/barstoolsports/status/1248054269720154112 https://twitter.com/malcolmconn/status/1248056972064075776 https://twitter.com/wsbradio/status/1248056795689635840 https://twitter.com/NBC10/status/1248056936253317127 https://twitter.com/Kobi/status/1248056099040677888 https://twitter.com/OpIndia_com/status/1248045462256402432 https://twitter.com/ABC/status/1248043708324478986 https://twitter.com/BroBible/status/1248053107583582208

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