February 26, 2018
Trump last week at CPAC, via Charlie Pierce:
Last, he went out of his way, as he had all day, to question the courage of the deputy on the scene in Parkland who didn’t go in and confront Nikolas Cruz.
"And something I thought of this morning, you know what else, I thought of it since I found and watched [Scot] Peterson, the deputy who didn’t go into the school, because he didn’t want to go into the school, okay. He was tested under fire and that wasn’t a good result. But you know what I thought of, as soon as I saw that, these teachers, and I’ve seen them, and a lot of schools where they had problems, these teachers love their students and the students love their teachers in many cases. These teachers love their students. And these teachers are talented with weaponry and with guns. And that’s — they feel safe. And I would rather have somebody that loves their students and wants to protect their students than somebody standing outside that doesn’t know anybody and doesn’t know the students, and frankly for whatever reason decided not to go in even though he heard lots of shots being fired inside."
He tweeted pretty much the same thing before his speech, and he took another shot at Peterson later at a press availability with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia. This is the president of the United States shaming a guy who must be going through hellish guilt right now without having Cadet Bone Spurs heaping more on him by questioning his courage. Jesus H. Christ, what a bag of rancid sins this man is. Of course, we knew damn well he was a snake when he got elected.
Trump today, via AP:
Yeah, sure:Trump rips Fla. Deputies for not going into school. "I really believe I'd run in there even if I didn't have a weapon."— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) February 26, 2018
Trump today: "I really believe I'd run [into Douglas high school] even if I didn't have a weapon."— Pé Resists (@4everNeverTrump) February 26, 2018
This is from a person who doesn't want to visit the United Kingdom because he's afraid to see people PEACEFULLY protesting against him.
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