Uvalde Texas Shooting: 18 Children Dead & US Politicians Look to Capitalize

In this episode of Red Pill Revolution, we discuss the recent massacre of 18 children by an 18-year-old in Texas. We talk about what happened, what the local police had to say about it as well as the school super intendant; then we see our leaderships reaction including Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as they attempt to politically profit off of this horrific tragedy. 

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Hello, and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Thank you so much for listening today. I appreciate. From the bottom of my heart in the heart, the same heart that you are going to hear today, very broken and shattered surrounding some recent events that have happened in Texas. Today’s going to be a little bit different than most episodes.

Uh, we’re going to focus just on this brief topic here. Um, it’s, you know, something, I just felt the need to kind of just jump on here and talk with you guys about, talk about some of the current events that are coming out of this. Who’s speaking. What they’re saying? Uh, all of it. So make sure you stick around for the full thing again, I appreciate it so much.

Um, don’t want to step on this situation too much. So as always go ahead and subscribe hit that five-star review button. Uh, that’s all I got for now, but I would like to jump into this. So if you don’t know, you haven’t heard yet, it happened. Uh, I guess it was yesterday, today, really? Um, Tuesday, May 24th.

There was a. In Texas, uh, by an 18 year old individual whose name I will not use, I refuse to use. And it ended up, uh, I guess at this point there’s been 18 children who have died as a result and one teacher, we don’t have all of the details so far. Uh, but we’ll go ahead and let’s watch this opening clip that discusses what actually happened, who was involved.

Uh, and, and the little bit of information that we know at this point. So here we.

All right. There’s our intro. A little bit more information about this. They say 14. It has now been confirmed at 18, at least from a little bit more updated sources. Uh, I believe that the teacher also has died at this point, as well as potentially one police officer. I believe I heard that somewhere, but not confirmed on my end.

Uh, but we do know that at least 18 children have lost their lives to this terrible, terrible tragedy. And one that, as they’ve explained has been, you know, a topic of discussion quite frequently over the last decade or so. And it’s quite terrifying. Um, I have children and as they mentioned, this was second to fifth grade or six, second to fourth grade, I believe, which they said was six year olds.

That’s not the case generally in second grade. Second grade is usually going to be seven or eight year olds, but the factor means. This is terrifying. This is horrible. This is terrifying. Um, this is a sickening thing for any individual to do, as we saw in multiple cases that Jay just presented there. Um, the individual who did so also did not only just do it to the children, they did it to, uh, to their own family prior to going out there now, from what they had mentioned there, the individual had a handgun.

Potentially had a rifle from some of the other conversations that we’ve seen. And according to the Sheriff’s clip, which we will see next also had some form of a vest that he had on to protect himself from the ensuing chaos. He knew he was getting himself into. So as I was saying, this is horrible. This is terrible.

I think that we saw it there. You know, the immediate cries that you’ll see in a lot of these situations is to immediately jump to like policy decisions. And, and I think. That’s not always the right decision. I think that sometimes terrible things happen and we have to maybe let the parents let the school grieve a little bit before we start to look at what these politicians can do to pass legislations that may or may not prevent this thing in the future.

Uh, but let’s go ahead and watch that sheriff clip. Let’s see what he has to say about it. It’s a, it’s a brief one. Um, so let’s, let’s go ahead and watch.

Again, briefly, as of now, we’re still working on this active investigation. Uh, once we’re able to provide information to the families, we will do so first and foremost, obviously our Prairie’s is to get information to our families. Um, and, and give them some information. So please bear with us in regards to that.

Secondly, once we do get some information that we can release to the public, we will be doing that. So please know, once we do get some information, we will share that with you and call another press conference. Um, let me assure you, the intruder is deceased and we are not actively looking for another individual or any other suspects in this case.

Uh, we definitely ask you all to keep the family, the families that are involved in your prayers. It’s so much

here to provide a statement. I not take any questions is our superintendent, Dr. Howell heroine. Good evening. This was a tragic slips of bent today. And my, my heart was broke today. Our hearts and thoughts and prayers are with all our families as we go through the, this day and days to come a few announcements that we’d need to make.

Beginning tomorrow at 10:00 AM. We will have grief counseling and support at the civic center for our students, our staff, community members, anybody that needs to come at that time. And we may be there more than one day. Maybe there’s several days. Our Rob staff will meet at 8:00 AM at, uh, at the civic center as well will begin with visiting with them.

And, uh, seeing what those needs are, school will be closed. We, the school. Uh, we will have no school tomorrow or Thursday. All activities are canceled throughout the district. I know graduation is on people’s mind. We will come out with a notice on that at a later time, all the staff members do, they will report to their campuses, uh, other than Rob campus, which will come to the, uh, the civic center.

Again, my heart was broken today. We’re a small committee. And we’ll we’ll need your prayers to get us through this. Thank you

again, this is a tragic event in our community. We are very sorry that we cannot provide you more information, but greatly appreciate your patience and understanding during this very difficult time, we ask that you pray for all of the families affected. Thank you.

Okay. So there’s the direct Sheriff’s, uh, statement on that. Also the superintendent of the school spoke on it. One thing that I’m happy to hear is that this sick, disgusting human garbage is dead. Although I don’t think that. You know, full justice in this situation. I mean, what type of coward, what type of coward do you have to be to not only shoot your own grandmother, but then to go find a bunch of defenseless children to take out your, whatever is going on in your head.

Like, jeez, what, what in the world? Like w what, what do you have to be going through to even consider this type of. I mean, what type of sickness do you have to have in your head? In, in there’s some clips out there that I was watching. I don’t know if I have them on here. I don’t believe I do, but there was a part of Tucker Carlson’s, uh, clips, which I have a brief portion of that we’re not going to watch the full thing of, but it also goes into an interview with his classmates who his classmate was seeing is where he was kind of a, a funny character.

But, um, he was. Basically just saying that, you know, this guy didn’t raise any flags to him. He was in class with them two years ago in gym and he wasn’t sketchy quote unquote, and you just never know. Right. You never know what somebody is going through. You never know what somebody is capable of. And I think that’s, you know, a better case for being able to defend yourself in these types of situations.

Not saying that there’s anything that really anybody could have done here to prevent this. But I think, you know what we’re going to see when we watch these clips that are coming up is the immediate, you know, immediate, emotional, not even emotional, I guess, emotionless reactions by our leadership in this country and trying to use this platform to ask for policy changes that they’ve tried to push over and over and over again about gun control and.

You know, speaking of what type of cower does it take to, to do these things? What type of coward does it take to try to take advantage of these situations? Right? Like if, if you’re the, the president of the United States and this happens in your country, if you’re that superintendent, gosh, I don’t know how he even stands up there and completes a full sentence.

I, you know, see you the principal of my daughter’s school. Every day when I walk in and I couldn’t imagine in, in he sees the faces of our children every day. Now the superintendent is a little bit more removed from that, but gosh, what a horrible situation in general and, and how terrible, uh, it must feel to be anybody involved in this school, anybody and any student who saw it, heard it, uh, a teacher or a parent who, who.

You know, actively part of this, um, situation, you know, that that even has to have an ex a conversation with her. Tonight’s who were close to this and, and heard these sounds. And I got an email from my child’s teacher who came out and said that, you know, this is a horrific situation. And she’s so sad to hear these things.

And, you know, in, in some way, shape or form, we need to have a conversation with our kids. Now, I don’t know how I feel about that. You know, I don’t know if we need to, what is that going to do? If you have a child who is in this grade, in this. You know, a 7, 8, 9 year old them being afraid of the world and afraid of going to school in this, in this type of scenario, how many schools are out there where this doesn’t ever happen?

In what percentage likelihood is it to happen in, in what mass horrific reality or, or what a massive like horrific, uh, conversation. If every parent had this conversation with her. At that age, I just don’t think it’s very appropriate. But, um, yeah, this is, this is tough, man. This is, this is so sad. And to know that there’s so many parents out there tonight who just won’t be talking in their, uh, you know, their child, their baby, who they raised and who they love.

And that’s so sad. And so. Uh, let’s, let’s go ahead and see here. This is, there’s some deeper seated problems that we’ll see in, you know, and there, there was a, the saying goes, never let a great tragedy go without, you know, what is it taking advantage of a great tragedy. There’s some quote around politics and I can’t exactly pull it right now in the, in the frame of mind after hearing about this, you know, an hour or two ago, but a.

You know, taking advantage of these tragedies is exactly what we see our poor leadership do in this situation. And it’s horrible. There’s no reason for it. You know, the, the, let the parents grieve, stop trying to push policies in the, in the midst of tragedy for the sake of, you know, it’s like if you were a life insurance agent and you know, which, you know, we’ll get to that in a second, but if you were a life insurance agent, let’s take that.

And these kids died and all of a sudden you’re running advertisements towards parents saying, Hey, get life insurance on your child. Do they, they’re going to die. Just like these children did potentially, right. We need to prevent you from being in hardship if this happens or whatever it is that you can insert there.

It’s gross. It’s disgusting. Any business that would take advantage of this to try and push their. Profits, which is exactly what their political profits are that they’re trying to push our leadership here is trying to push it political profit. They’re trying to profit off of this in some way, shape or form, right?

In, in, in this case, it’s in this way, shape or form of control, right? And they want to use lists platform. They want to immediately jump to the idea. We should be banning guns and we should be banning, uh, assault rifles, and, you know, whatever it is. Um, we’re going to see that here. And, and, and to me, it’s just gross.

Any industry that would utilize this platform to try to profit in any way, shape or form, whether it’s attention, whether it’s, uh, direct profits, like the life insurance example. Whether it’s, uh, political profits, whether it’s attention profits, you know, there’s so many different ways to profit. And in this situation, our political leadership is trying to profit off of this situation by immediately jumping to specific policy changes in, in, in calling for them.

So we’ll see that here. Let’s go ahead and watch Camila Harris, give her speech, then we’ll jump to the Biden speech. Then we’ll jump to. Uh, Tucker Carlson had to say, which he basically called them out prior to them, even having these conversations, knowing they were going to utilize this platform for their political profit.

Uh, so here is Kamala Harris. We need to go now to Washington. We understand vice-president Harris plans to address the shooting, the tragedy, and you volley at Robb elementary school. Let’s go ahead and listen to what she has. Please sit everyone. Thank you. Thank you. What a, what an incredible room. And, um, Judy Chu, thank you for that introduction and for your leadership on so many levels.

Um, tonight’s a rough night. Um, we planned for a great celebration, but I’m sure most of you have heard the tragic news. Um, About what has happened in Texas. So I had prepared comments about tonight, which I will speak, but I just first want to begin by saying a few words about the tragedy that occurred today, um, in you valley, Texas.

Um, as many of, you know, the reports are that, uh, it was a mass shooting at an elementary school. And, um, the preliminary reports are that 14 children have been killed. Um, and the details are still coming in. And of course the president and I are monitoring the situation closely. So while we don’t know all the details yet, uh, we do know that there are parents who have lost children, um, families that have lost children and their loved ones, of course, and many others who may have been injured.

So I would normally say in a moment like this, we would all say naturally that our hearts break, but our hearts keep getting broken.

You know, I think so many, there’s so many elected leaders in this room. You know what I’m talking about? Every time a tragedy like this happens, our hearts break and our broken hearts are nothing compared to the broken hearts of those fans. And yet it keeps happening. So I think we all know and have said many times with each other enough is enough.

Enough is enough as a nation. We have to have the courage to take  action and understand the next. Between what makes for reasonable and sensible public policy to ensure something like this never happens again. So the president will speak more about this later. Um, but for now I will just say to the people of you’ve already, um, please know that this is a room full of leaders who grieve with you.

And we are praying for you and we stand with you and it is difficult at a time like this to think about much else. But I do look around this room and I know who is here. And I know this is a room full of American leaders who know and have the courage to take a stand. And so let us tonight, as we do every time we all get together.

Recommit ourselves to having the courage to take action. And so that does bring me to the leaders who are in this room and the leaders of apex. And again, I want to thank chairwoman Judy Chu for that kind introduction as a former member of K pack, um, I had the opportunity to see her leadership firsthand, and she is truly a national leader who leads.

The people of our country. And of course, I’m honored tonight to be with Congresswoman, Maryland, Strickland, apex board chair, Susan, Jen Davis, and all of the federal state and local elected officials who are here. Okay. That’s enough. So you get the idea, the percentage of time that she talked about the grieving of these parents and what actually happened in this situation was so much.

Compared to the timeframe that she spoke about. Here’s what we need to do is enact policy changes. And, you know, we all have the power. No, you don’t. You do not have the power to stop this. No laws that you pass would stop this. There was a guy, fuck how long ago, months, a year, whatever it was, who ran over an entire group of people with a car, are you going to ban cars?

It makes no sense. You go to the UK where there’s the access to guns is way low. There’s just higher stabbing rates. These things happen. They have happened. They’re going to continue to happen, regardless of whatever policies that you enact, regardless of whatever ego comes into your way. And even to then into this ego is probably even being.

Because I don’t think it’s ego for her to sit there and think that we need to enact these massive bands. Right. And she did not really say it, but we’re going to watch the Joe Biden clip and he comes out and says it

it’s, it’s crazy to me that these people who are in these positions of power cannot even. Can not even stand in front of a group of people and knowing there’s 13, eight, well, 18 parents out there today who are wanting to listen to a voice of reason in a position of power and, and hear something at least just grieve with them.

Don’t stand on their backs and, and. Pallets ticks, push political agendas that, you know, you’ve been pushing for a while now. And, and, and know what law that you’re going to pass is going to stop this. Look at Chicago, look at LA, look at wherever the largest percentage of murders are, are where there’s the most strict gun laws in the country.

And you know, this. Kamala Harris, you know, this Joe Biden, you know that the only thing that you are going after while you’re standing on the backs of these parents who are grieving over their children, is the political agenda on your mind for control to control the people, to take away any, any potential response they would ever have to totalitarianism.

And, and you step on their backs and in the worst moment you could ever possibly imagine and use their backs as a stepping stool to push your political agenda. You sick, gross people. How disgusting is that? Give it, give it a fucking day. At least maybe come out and say, I cannot imagine, like, alright, here’s my thing.

Here’s here off the cuff. Here’s what I would say to these parents. I can not imagine being in your position. I can not imagine that the hardship and heartache that you must be going through today. And I hope that you never, that I never do have to be able to feel the difficulties that you’re going through right now.

And there’s nothing that I can say. And there’s nothing that I can do to take that away from you. But I want you to know that there is a country. Of hundreds of millions of people who feel your grief with you today. And there are share the unbelievable heartbreak that you have. And many children who will go to sleep tonight without their friends tomorrow and brothers and sisters who will wake up without, without their siblings.

And we are so horrific. Sad right alongside of you. And there’s nothing we can do. There’s nothing we can say to make you feel better, but I want you to know that we’re here for you, that we will do whatever we can to be there for you. And that over the next few weeks, we will be reaching out individually to speak with every one of you to let you know that.

Politicians that your president and your vice president cared deeply deeply about you, about your family and about your children.

That’s what leadership says not. Hey, did you guys hear about Texas? Yeah. Well, there’s some, there’s this many children who. Here’s how here’s what I can do to prevent this in the future. And you all decided that you didn’t want to pass these laws are the reason this happened. No, that’s disgusting. That’s gross.

Shut your mouth grieve with these parents. Or just shut up and let it, like, they don’t need to hear you pushing political agendas right now. You definitely don’t need to be like wagging your little gross finger Camila at the individuals who, who didn’t pass your massive gun bans because of anything there’s pre more preventions of mass shootings as a result of access to web.

Then there is these one-off little situations that we’re seeing here that are, are again horrific, and you can’t speak to the magnitude of agony that these parents must be going through. But the last thing you should be doing is pushing your political agenda for 60% of the conversation. While 10% of it goes out to our hearts with.

But we need to do this. You guys are wrong for not passing this and I am right, because I could have prevented this if you did what I said. And so let’s hear what Biden has to say, and it’s quite similar, but I haven’t heard the whole thing. So we’ll listen together.

Good evening fellow Americans.

I’d hoped when I became president, I would not have to do this again. Another massacre you valley, Texas, and elementary school. Beautiful. Innocent. Third fourth graders. And how many scores of little children witnessed what happened? See their friends die as if they’re on a battlefield for God’s sake.

I don’t know whether the rest of their lives there’s a lot. We don’t know yet. There’s a lot. We do know. The parents who will never see their child again, never have them jump in bed and cuddle with them.

Parents will never be the same to lose a child. It was like having a piece of your soul ripped.

there a hollowness in your chest, you feel like you’re being sucked into it, never going to be able to get out suffocating.

It’s never quite the same as the feeling shared by the siblings and the grandparents and the family members and the community. The thought behind scripture says. Joe. And I’ve talked about this in different contexts and other context, Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit. So many crushed spirits.

So tonight I asked the nation to pray for them, give the parents and siblings. And the darkness I feel right now as a nation, we have to ask, when in God’s name, are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? When in God’s name? We do it. We all know in our gut needs to be done. This is the 343,448 days, 10 years since I stood up at a high school.

And Connecticut grade school and Connecticut or another government, Matt massacred, 26 people, including 21st graders at Sandy hook elementary school since then have been over 900 incidents gunfires reported on school grounds, Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida, Santa Fe high school in Texas Oxford high school.

Let’s goes on and on and on this grows wanting to include mass shootings at places like movie theaters, houses of worship. As we saw just 10 days ago to grocery store in Buffalo, New York, I am sick and tired of it. We have to act and don’t tell me we can’t have an impact on this card. I spent my career as a Senator and the vice-president working to pass common sense gun laws.

We can we’ll prevent every tragedy, but we know they work and have positive impact. When we pass the assault weapons ban mass shootings went down when the law expired mass shootings tripled the idea that an 18 year old. Can walk into a gun store and buy two assault weapons. It’s just wrong. What in God’s name?

Do you need to solve it for except to kill someone there? Aren’t running through the forest with Kevlar vests on for God’s sake, it’s just sick. And the gun manufacturers has spent two decades aggressively marketing assault weapons, which make them the most and largest profit. Wow. There’s a lot to unpack there.

The first of which being schools are a gun-free zone, Joe, it’s illegal to have a weapon on school grounds. It’s literally one of the only mass protected areas that you can go to that as illegal to carry a weapon on. Didn’t stop him dead.

It’s it’s crazy. And then he goes on to say, dear, aren’t walking around with Kevlar vests. What a gross usage of, oh, how disgusting is that your statement? There’s 18 parents out there right now who are grieving the loss of their children. Uh, in deeper agony than you were ever in with Bo who ended, whose children’s lives were ended in such horrific fashions.

And you’re talking about deer walking through a forest and a Kevlar vast

how disgusting, how gross. Right. And everybody wants to get in this conversation like, oh, everybody was saying with abortion, how, oh, if you ban abortion, people are just going to do it illegally. Might as well, make it healthy and safe. Where’s that conversation. When it comes to guns, you’re going to ban assault weapons.

You’re going to ban assault rifles. People are just going to do it illegally. Right? The people who are going to do these types of things are absolutely going to find. It’s a sickness. It’s a sickness in your head to even have the capacity to do these things, to even fathom shooting your grandma and then going on, and then fucking driving to an elementary school and shooting 18 children.

That is not a gun problem. That is a mental health problem. That is a sickness in your brain that, that most people cannot even fathom the, the, the, ah, the, the, how horrible of a person you must be to potentially even do that. There’s, there’s something missing in your head. There’s a switch that, that wa that was flipped that no other person can fathom going through.

And whether it’s a gun, it’s a knife, it’s a truck like we saw months ago, or. They’re going to find a way. And so let’s address the root cause. It’s not the guns, it’s not the gun lie being manufacturers in this case, it’s the sickness. It’s the, it’s the, the, the switch in your head that allows you to do such horrific things and what we’ll see statistically, and almost like, I think it’s 80% or larger.

It may even be higher than. Are on some type of SSRI, some type of antidepressive medication, something that’s messing with your nervous system, that there there’s a humanistic aspect that does not allow you to do these horrific things

and to completely eliminate the conversation of, of that being gone in these individuals. And, and, and, and to diminish that conversation down to a. Gun issue or a, a specific type of gun nonetheless, or the fact that you there’s no deer in Kevlar vests walking across the forest. You, you fucking idiot. How disgusting, how gross for you to use this as your platform to push gun reform restrictions.

Right, because we all know what that leads to go to go to Brazil, go to, and I don’t know if there’s gun bands in Brazil, but I’m assuming that’s probably crazier than go to go to any of these countries and find, find me the statistics that back up, the fact that if you mass, uh, take away, you know, you know, who did that?

You know, who do you know who took away guns? First was eight off. Was stolen was Landon. All of these people didn’t allow their people to have that because that’s the only form of control and no nobody’s using, uh, it has an AR 15 for the purpose of going and shooting a deer. You’re so stupid that you don’t even know how hunting works.

Nobody’s shooting a deer with an AR 15,

should it be that removed and not even that removed, he knows what he’s doing. He’s not playing on the individuals that actually know. How guns work or how hunting works, even he’s playing on the emotional strings of individuals who are uninformed surrounding this topic. No, nobody buys an AR 15 to shoot a deer.

People buy an air 15 to protect their household Pritchard’s to protect their family. And in many cases to protect their family from the opportunity of being taken over by a totalitarian government, it’s the same reason. All of your soldiers carry an ARP. Or an M 16, the same reason it’s to protect yourself.

And then to say that an 18 year old shouldn’t be able to walk into a gun shop and buy a gun you’re recruiting the same 18 year olds to go fight your wars. And probably Ukraine coming up soon as we saw him say in the conversation that he had on the border in Poland. So you’re going to allow them to carry it because they fight your wars hunter.

Because you get to profit off of the backs of their blood. They’re not going to take their M sixteens into a forest to shoot a deer in the Kevlar vests you dumb ass. It’s not when they are 15 is four and 15 is a war. Gun is a self protection, personal protective. And literally it’s a pistol with a, buttstock a longer barrel and an extended magazine.

In some cases in the same type of magazine you can get for any gun right now, I can go get my Glock and get a 30 round magazine for my Glock, just like what’s in my era, 15, doesn’t change a thing, but you’re just trying to play on the emotional strings of families who are grieving to push your political agenda.

Let’s watch a little bit more of this. If I can stand it.

I am sick and tired of it. We have to act and don’t tell me we can’t have an impact on this corner. I spent my career as a Dawn for God’s sake, it’s just sick. And the gun manufacturers has spent two decades aggressively marketing assault weapons, which make them the most and largest profit for God’s sake.

We have to have the courage to stand up to the industry. Here’s what else? I know. Most Americans support, common sense laws, common sense gun. I just got off a trip from Asia meeting with Asian leaders. And I learned this while I was on the aircraft. And what struck me on that 17 hour flight. What struck me was these kinds of mass shootings rarely happened anywhere else in the world.

Y they have mental health problems. They have domestic disputes in other countries. They have people who are lost, but these kinds of mass shootings never happened. The kind of frequency they happened in America. Why, why are we willing to live with this carnage? Why don’t we keep letting this happen?

Where in God’s name is our backbone to have the courage to deal with and stand up to the lobbies. Turn. This thing is action for every parent, for every citizen of this country, we have to make it clear to every elected official in this country. It’s time to act

it’s time for those who obstruct or delay. Or blocked the common sense gun laws. We need to let you know that we will not forget. We can do so much more. We have to do more our prayer tonight. Those parents

lying in bed and trying to figure out

will I be able to sleep again? What do I say to my other children? What happens to the more

and God bless the loss of innocent life on this sad day. May the Lord be near the broken heart and saved those crushed in spirit because they’re going to need a lot of help. A lot of our pre. Okay. First of all, I don’t know how many times I’ve heard Joe Biden mentioned God or the Bible references. Um, interesting that that comes up now, but I won’t critique it.

It makes sense. However, what I will critique is the fact that two minutes and 47 or two minutes and 40 seconds of this clip was devoted to speaking to the. Was devoted to talking about grief was devoted to mentioning the topic, even that was a seven minute clip. The other five minutes of Joe Biden’s speech was dedicated completely the policy reforms that he’s been pushing for years surrounding gun control.

How does, how gross I’ll say that over and over again. It’s just, it’s sickening to me that this is the conversation that we’re having. And it’s obviously easily called out by others because here is Tucker Carlos and mentioning the fact that this is exactly what they were going to do prior to the, either of these speeches coming out.

He knew this, and here’s a clip of Tucker Carlson discussing it. Oh. That if the president uses the deaths of children to try to make himself more powerful, he really is a lonesome man unworthy of leading this country. He may rise above it and try to unite this country. In which case he will get praise from us and from every American, some are not doing that.

However, some have gone lower than you even imagined a Congressman called Rubin. Galago just tweeted this quote, just to be clear, F you Ted Cruz, you effing baby killer. Can you imagine, what do we think of Ted Cruz? He did not shoot anybody. It’s a horrible thing. Nancy Pelosi, recent statements re released a statement saying this quote.

It is time for all in Congress to heed the will of the American people, enjoying it and enacting the house passed bi-partisan common sense, lifesaving legislation into law. Of course they jump at any opportunity, including the deaths of children to make partisan points. And then a character called Juliet Kam.

A former Obama administration official DHS said the shooting is proof. We need to get rid of immigration laws. She said that I’m seeing this a few hours. From an investigation standpoint, I’m going to do what the facts tell me now. So I’ve got demographics, first of all, an 80% Hispanic school district. So the most important thing for the federal government to do right now is to say there will be no immigration enforcement during this period in that.

Uh, area. It is, it has a large immigration population. You want parents with their kids. You don’t want people hiding right now. And we need to make that clear ASAP because of the political issues in Texas. So a normal person, decent person stands in reverence and awe and deep sadness before a tragedy like this, a filthy person jumps in to figure out how can this make me more powerful?

Jeanine Pirro is the co-host of the five. She joins us tonight. Judge. Thanks so much for coming on. Um, you really do learn about people in the immediate aftermath of something like. Don’t ya? Well, you know, what you just saw is really the epitome of the politicization of a tragedy. Some people are so ideologically rigid that they will use anything, anything to bootstrap their political ideology in this case, you know, to basically open the borders.

And that is a sad, disgusting commentary when the thing that, okay, that’s enough of that. But you get the. How dare you. How dare you. Like I said, stand on the backs of these grieving parents and devote 80% of your speech on this topic to policy political agenda reform, including immigration. What a, what clown world do you live in?

Where that’s an appropriate conversations surrounding what just happened now? I’m not even going to get into it. This. Some of the deeper, you know, rabbit holes that you can when these situations arise. But if you’re in that zone, you know what I’m talking about? Um, you know, it, I’m sure these, these things obviously happen.

And this obviously is a horrific. I don’t know, I won’t even get into it, but in this case, it’s, it’s so sad. It’s so horrible. And, and to see our politicians are not even our politicians, our president and our vice president, just rubbing, rubbing the nation’s nose in, in, in specifically calling out Ted Cruz, calling him a baby murderer for what not pushing your totalitarian gun laws.

You know, the, the, the, the fundamental. Constitutional rights that we were given. It’s all gross. It’s all disgusting. And it, this whole thing makes me sad. It makes me sad to see our leadership’s response to it. It makes me, like I said, it’s just disgusted by the, by the approach that they took on this two and two minutes and 40 seconds, he devoted to the conversation surrounding what happened and the, his grieving for the parents.

And then the other five minutes were devoted. Dear wearing Kevlar vests in a forest. I don’t know. I don’t have much more to say about this at this point. I just wanted to get that out there with you guys. It’s a sad day. Um, it’s a horrific day and my heart goes out to any of the parents who are dealing with this tragedy, any of the parents and children who are a part of that school district, uh, there’s a lot of difficult conversations and difficult times.

And, uh, yeah, it’s horrible. So that’s all I got for today, guys. Uh, I hope you and your family are safe. Um, please, uh, subscribe, leave a five-star review if you enjoyed this podcast while I guess enjoyed is probably the wrong word to use in this situation, but, uh, you know, if you kind of, um, like.

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