Law enforcement’s response to the Uvalde elementary school mass shooting was “an abject failure and antithetical to everything we’ve learned over the last two decades since the Columbine massacre,” Steven McCraw, director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, said at a state Senate hearing Tuesday.

Driving the news: Nineteen officers were stationed in the hallway outside when the first 911 call was made from inside one of the classrooms about 12:03pm that day, but law enforcement did not breach the classrooms until 12:51pm.

For the backstory on the Uvalde school shooting, go here. At the time the understanding was that the coward cops waited outside of the school for more than an hour while arresting the parents who tried to actually do something about it. But now we find out that they were inside the school the entire time.

Many of the officers on scene wanted to go in to confront the shooter and were armed with enough weapons, tools and ballistic shields. But they didn’t enter earlier due to a lack of clear orders, the Texas Tribune reported on Monday.

Police previously said the shooter had locked himself inside the two connected classrooms. Security footage reviewed by the Tribune didn’t show law enforcement trying to open the doors, prompting some officials to be skeptical that the doors were locked at all.

Now we’re finding out that these cowards were armed with shields, rifles, and everything else they needed. But instead of going in, they just lied and pretended that the door they needed to open was locked. In reality, they never actually went up to this door in the first place, and security cam footage shows us otherwise.

What they’re saying: Three minutes after the subject entered the west building, there was a sufficient number of armed officers — wearing body armor — to isolate, distract and neutralize the subject,” McCraw said.

  • “The only thing stopping a hallway of dedicated officers from entering Room 111 and 112 was the on-scene commander, who decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children,” he added.
  • “The officers had weapons, the children had none. The officers had body armor, the children had none. The officers had training, the subject had none.”

RCMP, notice the skateboard helmet.

Don’t ever get the wrong idea when I write about the RCMP having infantry weapons. The “Thin Blue Line,” is full of the biggest cowards you will ever meet in your life. They’re just there to look cool, and maybe use excessive force against the political enemies of the privileged class. What they are most definitely not there to do is actually risk their lives. If it threatens them collecting that sweet pension, they’re just not interested.

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  1. Few things as disgustsing as grown men standing around with tacticool equipment while defenseless children are in the next room praying the shooter doesn’t find them.

    1. A shameful event, and the cop copes have been heavy with the people I know from there, but I’m seeing thin blue line shit less and less.

  2. As someone who has relatives in Uvalde and visits usually once a month I can tell you uvalde police really only exists to ride the ass of visitors driving in during holidays and farm traffic citations, and occasionally participate in the high speed chases from brackettville. I’ve been to the local shooting range and the only enforcement agency I’ve seen practice there are border patrol.

    The fact is that the hotels in Uvalde are always heavily booked by DPS officers, border patrol, and even other police from other states that have been deputized to “assist” with the controlling the border crisis. There was zero lack of police resources, but petty authority and cowardice win over unsurprisingly.

    As for the school I’m frankly surprised that the cameras even worked

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