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Broward Sheriff’s Deputy Fired For Response To Parkland Shooting Returns To Work, Receiving Back Pay

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A sheriff’s deputy from Broward County who was booted from his job after his response to the Parkland, Florida school shooting in 2018 is apparently returning to work and will be receiving back pay.

Sgt. Brian Miller, one of four deputies fired for “neglect of duty” after the horrific mass shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is expected to return to his job with seniority and full back pay, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association.

Here’s more from The Washington Examiner:

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Miller challenged the termination with union backing, and an arbitration ruling found the sheriff’s office “violated Sgt. Brian Miller’s constitutional due process rights and improperly terminated him,” the union said.

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Miller, who hid behind his car during the shooting that killed 17 students and faculty workers, was reportedly paid $138,410.25 in 2017.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office faced severe criticism for its reaction to the shooting. Miller was the first to respond as shots were being fired but hid behind his police cruiser and failed to radio in for a full 10 minutes. Capt. Jan Jordan, who was supposed to take command of the scene, arrived seven minutes after the shooting began and did not immediately direct deputies to go into the school.

The deputies were given the boot from the force due to their cowardly response to the school shooting, such as driving away from the gunfire to put on bulletproof vests and hiding behind their vehicles. Deputies should’ve been rushing into the building to save the lives of children who were being gunned down by a madman, but instead, chose to preserve their own lives. Not exactly heroes, are they?

It’s totally an injustice that this individual is going to be allowed to return to work and receive back pay for his time off. How can this man ever be trusted to do his job to serve and protect after he totally ditched his responsibilities the last time a crisis occurred?

Let’s hope he’s never put in a position where the lives and safety of others becomes his responsibility.

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Young Cheerleaders Cursed Out Because of ‘Their Privilege’ By BLM Protesters (Videos)

Such kind people!

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Even though this event took place in Kentucky, the jury selection for the George Floyd trial will take place today in Minnesota. As you’d imagine, the left is already raging because…they’re the left. What happened below is just a small snippet of what we’ll see when the officers accused of killing Floyd are exonerated. Check this out, via PTNewsNetwork: Louisville protesters have reached a new low, verbally attacking families and small children as they attempt to enter a cheerleading competition. Louisville protesters attempted to lead a protest caravan thoughout the city, but only made it about one block before Louisville Metro Police Department officers intercepted the vehicles shutting down the caravan. For several hours, the protesters attempted to regroup, finally stopping infront of the Louisville International Conventional Center, where a cheerleading competition was taking place. WATCH: https://twitter.com/zerosum24/status/1368324240995475459 https://twitter.com/zerosum24/status/1368333475556818948 https://twitter.com/zerosum24/status/1368653129680625667

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‘Military Rape’ Song Is Absolutely ‘Hilarious’ Biden AG Nominee Merrick Garland Once Wrote

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Joe Biden’s nominee for attorney general is under a bit of fire for something he wrote all the way back in 1976 while he was a college student. This is yet another example of cancel culture, except the left won’t care about this issue because Garland is a liberal. Have to protect the liberal from the evil Republicans, right!? From Breitbart: President Joe Biden’s attorney general nominee Merrick Garland as a college student at Harvard University wrote in a review of a musical that a song about rape was one of the play’s “hilarious group numbers.” Here’s what Garland wrote back in 1976… A combination of factors, however, keep the vocal problems from becoming disastrous. Most important are the Jones-Schmidt songs themselves, simple and engaging melodies with a few tender ballads like “Try to Remember” and some hilarious group numbers like “it Depends on what You Pay,” which provides a shopping list of rapes for sale (e.g. “the military rape–it’s done with drums and a great brass band.”) Here are some of the lyrics… We’ve the obvious open schoolboy rape, With little mandolins and perhaps a cape. The rape by coach; it’s little in request. The rape by day, but the rape by night is best. Just try to see it. And you will soon agree, señors, Why Invite regret, When you can get the sort of rape You’ll never ever forget. You can get the rape emphatic. You can get the rape polite. You can get the rape with Indians: A very charming sight. You can get the rape on horseback; They’ll all say it’s new and gay. So you see the sort of rape Depends on what you pay. It depends on what you Pay. VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahCjK6RjR88 Let’s hear your thoughts in the comment section…

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