The Sort of Courage Needed in Young People By John Steele
While the Deep State has moved high school students out into their front lines, backed by Hollywood “stars” ( I call them “jars” being full of….), there was one brave young man who stood on the metaphoric modern Stamford Bridge, and stood his ground against the charging hordes:
“During the March 25 airing of Face the Nation, Parkland school shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv suggested people looking for something to blame ought to be pointing at the “cowards of Broward County” rather than guns.
Kashuv was referencing the Broward County Sheriff’s Office from which a deputy arrived on scene 90 seconds into the attack and waited outside the building while the gunman spent nearly five more minutes shooting innocents. That deputy, Scot Peterson, can allegedly be seen on surveillance video arriving at building 12 only to remain outside while the sound of gunfire continued on the inside. Sheriff Scott Israel called out Peterson for not going into the building and Peterson resigned rather than face suspension.
But further reports were not kind to Israel either, and the behavior of deputies on scene were called into question as well. None of this was lost on Kashuv, who bemoaned the fact that not one protester in the student march for gun control carried signs calling out Sheriff Israel. He transitioned to the topic of Sheriff Israel while explaining why a ban on “assault weapons” and/or “high capacity magazines” would not end school shootings. He said: That won’t solve the issue. What we’ve seen is that there are certain things such as having — enforcing the regulation that’s currently in law. I mean we’ve seen on so many different levels that the cowards of Broward (ph) failed, the FBI failed, Sheriff Scott Israel failed.
So many different multi-layered levels failed in Parkland. And it’s absolutely reprehensible that I didn’t see one single poster yesterday at the march that said f the NRA that — no, sorry, that said f Sheriff Scott Israel. He went on to point to armed individuals as part of the solution to school shootings. In making his case, he mentioned the good guy with a gun who shot at the Maryland school attacker on March 20, ushering in the end of the incident. He praised a newly passed law — signed on March 9 by Gov. Rick Scott (R) — which will allow certain Floridians to get training to carry guns on campus for school safety.”
Well, he probably will not graduate from any US high school, or get any mainstream job, but hopefully the National Rifle Association will have the good sense to take him on board to counter the teen super heroes the Deep State has assembled for gun apocalypse.
Paul McCartney was at the March remembering his fellow pinko John Lennon, who was shot by a crazed fan in December 1980. But, none of that would have happened if Lennon had remembered his song Happiness is a Warm Gun, and packed a pistol. Here is a blast from the past, for you Paul, for you: