r/dankmemes May 27 '22 Silver 13 Gold 1 Helpful 21 Wholesome 22 All-Seeing Upvote 1 Take My Energy 1 Bravo! 1 Bless Up 1

Texas kid tested, mod approved

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u/LuxeCraze May 27 '22 Silver Gold Helpful Wholesome Bravo Grande! Yummy

"I missed the part where that's my problem"

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u/Butwinsky May 27 '22

"With great power comes great responsibility"

Cops roll in with military vehicle, armor, weapons, proceed to beat down a helpless dad.

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u/PancakeProfessor May 27 '22

Don’t forget handcuffing a mother so she can’t save her children.

Spoiler: After they took the handcuffs off, she hopped the fence, ran into the building, and brought her kids out alive while the cops were still scratching their balls.

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u/LuxeCraze May 27 '22

Probably because there weren't any balls to scratch

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u/PancakeProfessor May 27 '22

*while the cops were still trying to find their balls so they could scratch them.

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u/Notanidiot67 May 27 '22

Might want to have a peek down there, make sure they're still attached.

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u/OkFisherman1620 May 27 '22

These remarks have all crossed the thin yellow line I mean thin blue line

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u/Not_So_Mighty_Menace May 27 '22

Don't forget the part whre they went inside got their children out and left the rest inside with the shooter

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u/yet_another_sock May 27 '22

That's the thing, cowardice doesn't explain all of it. They also fucking hate the communities they "serve."

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u/PoorlyLitKiwi2 May 27 '22

It's still cowardice imo. Running in, grabbing JUST your kids, and then running out, while leaving all the other children in a building with an active shooter is cowardly when you yourself are armed to the teeth and supposedly responsible for these situations

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u/paintingsbypatch May 27 '22

Project and swerve.

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u/FrostyD7 May 27 '22

Police chief 2 hours later:

"Well first things first I want to thank our brave officers who are brave. We've faced many situations requiring us to be brave before, but this was among the bravest we have ever been. What was the question again?"

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u/shneer4prez May 27 '22

48 hours later : well, we would have done something if we had a couple more tanks and guns. We need more money! That's what the problem was.

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u/Notsozander May 27 '22

Imagine hearing gunshots every so often and just thinking, ahh fuck it

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u/PoorlyLitKiwi2 May 27 '22

For 40 fucking minutes, too. I've been struggling to wrap my mind around this since it happened

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u/Moist_Border_8301 May 27 '22

Apparently it’s now 1 hour and 15 minutes?

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u/Moist_Border_8301 May 27 '22

I really can’t. As a child is in a classroom experiencing a nightmare not many of us will face in our lifetime. Every second alone with that monster in a room had to be a hell on earth.

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u/Aynett May 27 '22

Wait I’m a bit confused I thought it was satire. It’s not a true story from Uvalde right ? It can’t be so fucked up

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u/PancakeProfessor May 27 '22

It does seem to be true, unfortunately. They also pepper sprayed a father for trying to go save his kids because the police weren’t acting. Reported to the WSJ by the mother who was detained. I posted a link to one of the stories about it in response to someone else’s comment.

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u/DMercenary May 27 '22

It is not. Local PD stood around waiting for more backup. Whereas border patrol agents racing in from farther away went straight in.

Local PD basically did everything fucking wrong.

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u/Swift_Scythe May 27 '22

Here is my thing - that town is really small. Im pretty sure everyone in the town knows each other ESP where those Coward Cops live.

Now im not saying anything. But those cops might come home to a house fire only to have firefighters go "ehh theres a fire in your house, officer coward. Im not going in there till the fire is done."

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u/SenorMcGibblets May 27 '22

Lol imagine thinking cops actually live in the communities they “serve”

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u/eolson3 May 27 '22

Unfortunately this is the problem often, though more common in urban areas. Clearly some of these cops lived there. They went into the school and rescued their own children while not helping others or allowing parents to do anything either.

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u/guarding_dark177 May 27 '22

Don't forget the time they Killed an old woman with Alzheimer's because she had a knife

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u/Nocologne11 May 27 '22

In all fairness, the shooter wasn't black

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u/guarding_dark177 May 27 '22

I resent the fact that I will give you an upvote

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u/chuck-bucket May 27 '22

Also. The school and entire community is predominantly Hispanic.

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u/roywoodsir May 27 '22

“Hey stop resisting,”

-five cops join on the beat down of a parent trying to get his kid.

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u/SkollFenrirson May 27 '22

And shoot their dog

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u/RevengencerAlf Doge is still the #1 meme fight me May 27 '22

35lb terriers are mega scary, man.

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u/Wlcmtoflvrtwn May 27 '22

Helpless dad's aren't armed. No chance of being shot. Police are fucking spineless. Same thing happened in Nova Scotia when's. Gunman went on a rampage. The police ditched their fucking patrol cars because they were scared of being targeted. Let me repeat THE COPS ditched their cars to HIDE from a gunman. Serve and protect only matters if the bad guy isn't armed. All police need to be put to task. If you aren't willing to put your life on the line to save civilians you DO NOT QUALIFY to be a police officer. Simple.

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u/KelloPudgerro May 27 '22

tbh i would probably do the same, especially with how easy it is to get a police job in america compared to europe with their minimal requirements and training

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u/osprey94 May 27 '22

Warren v. District of Columbia

Warren v. District of Columbia[1] (444 A.2d. 1, D.C. Ct. of Ap. 1981) is a District of Columbia Court of Appeals case that held that the police do not owe a specific duty to provide police services to specific citizens based on the public duty doctrine.

people need to understand this. SCOTUS has already said your safety ain't their problem.

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u/Hot_Savory_Pancakes May 27 '22

No duty to protect people and near impunity to harm them. ‘MURICA

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u/SnooCats9683 May 27 '22

And people wonder why some say ACAB

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u/baz4k6z May 27 '22

Protect and serve....themselves !

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u/lemuever17 May 27 '22

Man I can't wait to see the next season of South Park.

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u/kry_some_more ☣️ May 27 '22

With great power, comes great donuts.

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u/Jargondragon May 27 '22

"I'll save you kids when you fix this damn door!"

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u/Mythun4523 May 27 '22

Not my policy

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u/Master_Betty603 May 27 '22

Normally I would suggest sorting by controversial, but I think we can all agree Uvalde PD are a bunch of gutless yellowbellies.

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u/mdh431 May 27 '22

With the recent shooting, the gun control debate has been particularly nasty. That said, everyone seems to be unanimously against these pathetic cops

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u/shiftup1772 May 27 '22

"we need more good guys with guns!"

The good guys with guns:

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u/Sassy_Armadillo May 27 '22

But cops aren't the good guys

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u/shiftup1772 May 27 '22

Holy shit. Look at you, understanding the joke.

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u/SavingStupid May 27 '22

You must be new to reddit, someone always has to spell out the joke so the mouth breathers get it

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u/Redtwooo May 27 '22

We're full up on people who repeat the clever guy's joke but louder, for the attention

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u/gregpxc May 27 '22

As a person with chronic sinus issues, I still understood the joke :(

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u/BeHereNow91 May 27 '22

The joke seemed to be that the cops, being good guys with guns, still failed to do anything - not that they were actually weren’t the good guys.

But also, why so angry?

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u/just_another_day_mad May 27 '22

Looks like someone is just now finding out that cops have no legal obligation to protect American citizens from danger

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u/Pritster5 May 27 '22

Would this situation have been any better if the police truly never showed up?

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u/PolarisC8 May 27 '22

Seems like it; an off-duty fed saved the day, right?

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u/HavelBro_Logan May 27 '22

Off duty border patrol guy yeah

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u/fadhawk May 27 '22

Yes because the parents would have gone in. It wasn’t fucking John Wick it was an 18 yr old with no formal training.

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u/Burnett_Aldown May 27 '22

ICE tac dude said fuck the police and entered the class room with a ballistic shield that caught, I believe, 18 rounds. The parents would've got killed in the doorway as the shooter was holed up in the room with the advantage.

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u/lost_in_life_34 May 27 '22

the cops could have occupied the shooter while under cover instead of having him shoot the kids

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u/Burnett_Aldown May 27 '22

Believe me when I say I am not on the side of the police or ICE. Just tryna inform.

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u/QuinticSpline May 27 '22

"We have good guys with guns at home"

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u/NotClever May 27 '22

Unironically some people are arguing that this is why there should be more guns, because you can't rely on the police to stop shooters, we should rely on private citizen good guys with guns.

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u/Cplrando May 27 '22

The argument is the cops won’t protect you obviously so you need to protect yourself.

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u/Panzerdrek May 27 '22

If we continue to double down on our failed policies towards guns, surely that will make things better!

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u/89LSC May 27 '22

When seconds count the cops are minutes away

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u/TUMS_FESTIVAL May 27 '22

You must not have looked at any of the more conservative subs. They are falling all over themselves making excuses for the cops. Or just saying it was all a false flag operation.

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u/YoBoiConnor May 27 '22

No way, that’s the only thing I’d argue that left and right both agree on. Everyone in the conservative sub is calling the cops cowards.

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u/mcggjoe May 27 '22

Yeah this guy clearly hasn't actually looked. The conservative and the firearms subreddits are all pointing out how the police were complete cowards in this situation. I have not seen a single comment with any upvotes defending their cowardly inaction.

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u/JumpingCactus May 27 '22

What is a false flag operation?

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u/Yeetborn42069 May 27 '22

Example of False Flag:

US bombs itself, claims it was Russia then goes to war with Russia

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u/Calypsosin May 27 '22

Or perhaps something a little more recent: Russia bombs its own apartment blocks, blames Chechen rebels, occupies them.

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u/Yeetborn42069 May 27 '22

Or Russia bombing hospitals and saying Ukraine is bombing their own hospitals

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u/StrictlyFT May 27 '22

So they're saying it was fake/staged like Majorie Titan Greene did with Parkland and Sandy Hook.

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u/MajorNutt May 27 '22

Like Juicy Smooyay did with his fake hate crime.

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u/SayMyName816 May 27 '22

False flag meanining it was set up the government to push the agenda of gun control. Pretty sickening mindset.

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u/SalamandersonCooper May 27 '22

We’ll to be fair the Sandy hook false flag worked so well at getting all of our guns taken away so they figured they’d do it again.

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u/Pigeon-Christ May 27 '22

Alex Jones seething rn

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u/hathegkla May 27 '22 edited May 27 '22

Like if the government did the school shooting to convince people to ban guns. Basically it's whenever you do something bad and pretend you are the opposition.

Every time there is a mass shooting the right claims it's a false flag attack staged by the left.

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u/ChahmedImsure May 27 '22

I laughed at the one about how parents had asked them to reduce the police budge for cops at the school. Somehow that was supposed to put me against the parents? In a town where they spend WAY too much on the budget which was shown to do them absolutely no good? All that made me think was "good, double those efforts."

Pieces of shit robbing their town blind so they can play badass then sit around while a class of children get executed. They don't just need to be fired, they need to be held culpable and put behind bars.

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u/sillybear25 May 27 '22

Everyone except the bastards whining about "brigaders" in a certain cop subreddit (that I won't name as to avoid feeding into their delusions that it's an organized attack and not just a bunch of people rightfully upset at their shit takes).

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u/AffordableFirepower May 27 '22

everyone seems to be unanimously against these pathetic cops

I consider myself a good person. I respect life and have empathy for others. I've lost friends to murder and to suicide.

But I would not shed a single tear if every single one of those motherfucking pigs eats their gun.

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u/Cynical_lemonade May 27 '22

Truly some of the only justified police shootings

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u/Drjay425 May 27 '22

Especially considering they recently had training at the exact same fucking school to prepare for this.

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u/Fancy-Pair May 27 '22

Conservatives haven’t been fed their talking points yet

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u/Stephenhf123 REEEEEEEEEEEE May 27 '22

Yeah you’d be surprised. I’ve seen a few people tripping over themselves to find excuses for these absolute failures of LEOs.

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u/Steel1000 May 27 '22

No one wanted to believe that after parkland that they didn’t go in. Now we know, the PD ain’t going in unless their kid is in there.

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u/Trutl3 May 27 '22

And one of the kids who died actually was a cops daughter, so I don’t know what to think anymore

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u/ruinersclub May 27 '22

so I don’t know what to think anymore

We have bungalow style schools in the south west, the room where the shooter was could've easily been confined while other parts of the school were evacuated.

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u/clownysf May 27 '22

I grew up in California and currently live in Ohio, I was trying to explain exactly this to my girlfriend who grew up in Ohio. The hallways are open, so each individual classroom usually is only accessible via one door, which connects each classroom to the outdoors.

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u/athennna May 27 '22

Yeah, I grew up in California and went to 4 different schools, public and private, and never once had an interior hallway or an indoor cafeteria. I grew up thinking that was only in movies.

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u/swinging-in-the-rain May 27 '22

We now know the "good guy with a gun" statement is utterly false.

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u/Bill-Dozer May 27 '22

Well a coward with a gun sure won’t help, that’s for sure

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u/465554544255434B52 May 27 '22

We need a second school shooter so they shoot each other. Obvs.

More guns and less mental health is the answer

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u/DaveInLondon89 May 27 '22

Clearly we need to start arming and training school kids to kill other children in case one of them becomes a school shooter.

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u/Steel1000 May 27 '22

If you can’t run in during an active shooter at a school, turn in your badge and go work somewhere else. That’s the job, if you don’t like it, leave.

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u/poorgermanguy May 27 '22

Cops aren't the good guys.

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u/Despaci2x2 Seal Team sixupsidedownsix May 27 '22

Well cops aren’t “good guys” so

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u/FakeTherapist May 27 '22

i mean, if someone had weed or there was a brown terrorist...

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u/texasrigger May 27 '22

The shooter was brown, as is pretty much everyone else in Uvalde. I don't know that race was a factor in this particular incident (which is not to say that it's never a factor.)

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u/Ishaggedyermum May 27 '22

"Better taze and arrest the parents to keep the shooter safe"

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u/techn9neiskod lol wut is dis May 27 '22

Man, the entire world is going in on them.

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u/sethjojo May 27 '22

Good

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u/BioEngIsScience May 27 '22 Helpful

Yup.

You wanna argue that you’re part of an elite and noble group that is the line preventing society devolving into complete chaos and that you should be awarded special privileges and powers as a result (including legal protections when executing unarmed citizens for your safety) you’d better damned well do you fucking job.

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u/gcruzatto May 27 '22

Powerful police unions made sure cops are shielded from ever getting ouchies.

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u/Hyperi0us ☣️ May 27 '22

Good. Fuck the pigs

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u/KARMA3SIX May 27 '22

May they never have another moment's peace as long as they live.

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u/PoorlyLitKiwi2 May 27 '22

Yeah, tbh this is the most united I've seen Reddit in a while. Eeeeeeeeevvvverrryyboddy hates these guys

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u/Jitterjumper13 May 27 '22

Even the cowards are bigger in Texas.

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u/swinging-in-the-rain May 27 '22

Broward County FL has entered the chat

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u/the_grinchs_boytoy May 27 '22

Even living in Texas I can’t get away from my past in Broward

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u/NejiNerd May 27 '22

Oh, mate... grabs popcorn

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u/Gobert3ptShooter May 27 '22

Just like the police

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u/thebochman May 27 '22

Stop spreading misinformation, they grabbed donuts not popcorn.

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u/_panzer_of_the_lake_ May 27 '22

What's up with all the "cops not doing anything about school shooting" meme flooding reddit out of nowhere, I'm I too European to understand this?

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u/Not_So_Mighty_Menace May 27 '22

There was a school shooting in Texas that left 19 children and 2 adults dead. The police arrived on the scene. Entered the school to get their children. Left the rest of the children inside with the shooter. Then stood outside doing nothing and arrested any parent that tried to go inside and get his child. Then an off duty patrol agent arrived on the scene and shot the shooter dead.

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u/jameskelsey May 27 '22

And every other cop on the scene should be fired, without benefits, and publicly shamed.

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u/jameskelsey May 27 '22

You’re right, I don’t think they should be jailed for doing nothing but now I think about it, they actively stopped people from helping so I’m all for jail. But let’s be honest with ourselves, they’re probably getting a paid vacation and then going right back to being useless again.

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u/DanHasArrived May 27 '22 edited May 27 '22

They aided and abetted in the murder of 19 children, I know you're right about paid vacation but jfc these cops should be put on trial for that shit.

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u/KARMA3SIX May 27 '22

they actively stopped people from helping

They should be charged with every single murder because of this. Not another moment's peace for these pigs.

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u/TheGreat_Danton May 27 '22

I now understand the appeal of tar and feathering

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u/swinging-in-the-rain May 27 '22

Correct. We need to be sure to give credit to the true bravery that did occur, whilst calling out the local "SWAT" for thier cowardice.

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u/Aggravating-Two-454 May 27 '22

He is a BORTAC agent, these guys are at the level of military special forces. They need to be anonymous as otherwise their family members would be at risk from retaliation by the cartels

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u/TheyNeverUpvoteMe May 27 '22

I'm usually not a proponent of the death penalty but I think the only suitable punishment for these cowards is to lock them in a building with a crazed shooter for over an hour and see how they like it.

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u/DanHasArrived May 27 '22 edited May 27 '22

Hold them responsible for the death of every child after they arrived, Texas is a death penalty state and double digit numbers of children dead is a death penalty worthy crime if I've ever seen one.

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u/Aggravating-Two-454 May 27 '22

We can’t. Supreme Court ruled that cops have no duty to protect anyone.

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u/DanHasArrived May 27 '22

Big difference between doing nothing and actively aiding the shooter by stopping people from stopping him.

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u/AMFDevious May 27 '22

What hang on there's a part there thats news to me. They got their own kids out and THEN did nothing?

Fucking deplorable shite stuffed cunts.

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u/SegmentedMoss May 27 '22

Yes. The cops got their own kids out and left everyone elses to die.

Then some off duty border patrol agent showed up, took a bullet but also killed the shooter.

Cops are fucking worthless in america

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u/wsdpii May 27 '22

Jesus, that's worse than I thought. It's sensible to prevent civilians from entering an active shooter situation, but to do nothing aside from that?

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u/Magenta_Man30177 May 27 '22

actually, it’s even worse. The police told the kids to tell if they needed help and when a kid yelled, the shooter heard and killed the kid. The police didn’t respond.

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u/Not_So_Mighty_Menace May 27 '22

Murica
A Texas Department of Public Safety officer told a San Antonio TV station Thursday morning that some local police officers entered the school to rescue their own children while the shooter was still in the building—what role police might have taken to widely evacuate students remains unclear.

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u/Comfortable-Goal-254 May 27 '22

It was not an off duty cop, it was a special Bortac unit

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u/NotClever May 27 '22

I think he meant to write off duty border patrol agent but just forgot a word.

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u/caldera May 27 '22

Clarification: the agent that shot the guy was called to active duty while sitting in a diner eating 40 miles away.

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u/Mydogatemyexcuse May 27 '22

The cops in Uvalde literally let the shooter go wild in the school for over an hour while they stood outside holding the parents back.

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u/TrueGuardian15 May 27 '22

Not just that. The gunman crashed a car near the school and fired at people before even entering the school, then got inside because nobody locked the back door when gunshots were heard nearby.

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u/U2V4RGVtb24 May 27 '22

Another school shooting in American happened. 21 dead.

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u/PapaAquchala cumtown best town May 27 '22

School shooting in Uvalde, Texas, 21 killed (19 kids, two teachers) and apparently police didn't go into the school for an hour because they were afraid of getting shot

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u/Garrett-Wilhelm May 27 '22

And the Supreme Court say the are not legally obliged to protect people when their moto literally says "Protect and Serve". I guess is just "Serve the higher ups"

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u/GayPudding May 27 '22

Now you're getting it.

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u/Homeless-Joe May 27 '22

Always has been. You should check out the history of police in the US…

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u/thesippycup May 27 '22

"Good thing we showed up or the kids would be able to escape"

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u/NonchalantBread May 27 '22

The kid that was killed after a cop told her to yell out if she needed help would agree with this statement

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u/TragicNotCute May 27 '22

It’s open carry here, they are probably just exercising their rights.

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u/R3lay0 INFECTED May 27 '22

Really disgusting the school shooter was shoot in the end. He was clearly just using his stand-your-ground rights. How can you prove he didn't feel threatend?

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u/spitfire690 May 27 '22

Mind you it's a felony in all 50 states to carry a firearm on school property, so the people going "ha where were all those CCW nutjobs" obviously aren't aware of that, or that the majority of these mass shootings happen in gun free zones because even the mentally unstable people who commit these murders know they'll get domed in seconds if they tried it elsewhere, like that guy that tried to in a church in Texas a couple years ago.

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u/osprey94 May 27 '22

it's not all 50 states. there are 5 where you can carry with a license. it think they are New Hampshire, Rhone Island, Utah, Oklahoma and Alaska. and then in Wyoming you can do it but you also have to be school staff.

but yes in most states you can't.

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u/AntipodalBurrito May 27 '22

That’s not entirely true. I think in Utah you can conceal carry in a school.

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u/GeographyQuiz May 27 '22

"We'll go for a 45 minutes lunch break while you kill everyone and then get back to you" The cops, probably.

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u/TheMangalorian May 27 '22

Those donuts aren't gonna eat themselves

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u/Chevy_65 May 27 '22

This same thing happens in Florida a few years back. I think the police chief got sacked for it.

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u/AwakenedHero2277 ùwú May 27 '22

Good, the bad ones should be weeded out so only good ones remain

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u/TheReverend5 May 27 '22

I’ve got bad news for you, but that’s not how police departments work in any part of the US

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u/AwakenedHero2277 ùwú May 27 '22

Yeah I know, I was basically just saying I hope it can get better

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u/mrsunsfan May 27 '22

The police hates us

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u/NoIncomeNoTax May 27 '22

Well tbf, Peter Parker did not have his powers anymore during this scene of Spiderman 2.

The cops on the other hand definitely had enough gear to deal with the shooter, and they chose to attack one of the parents instead.

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u/OriginalName18 May 27 '22

Valid point

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u/Wittelsbach_1333 May 27 '22

Off this will make the cop lovers mad.

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u/DrSplarf May 27 '22

Even people who are pro-cop are shitting on the cops in Uvalde

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u/Wittelsbach_1333 May 27 '22

True, but any excuse to shit on cops is good.

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u/Hushmode16 May 27 '22

Nah as someone who has been in support of cops through all the bullshit the past few years, I finally see it. I think everyone collectively agrees they are bitches now.

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u/Mistake209 May 27 '22

Finally a good fucking meme.

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u/Odd_Tomatillo May 27 '22

Not only Texas, vast majority of police are little bitches. Fuck all cops.

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u/Zbeubor Boston Meme Party☣️ May 27 '22

you don't understand they could get shot at, they didn't sign to protect civil life and prioritize said life, that would be preposterous

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u/Saud_RRR May 27 '22

They signed up to kill minorities and assault peaceful protester

Fuck the police

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u/LIKELYtoRAPhorrible May 27 '22

Eve thing is bigger in Texas, even the cowards

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u/MR-Makko102 May 27 '22

Police service at it's finest

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u/GodBlessThisGnome May 27 '22

Protect (yourself) and serve (when you feel like it)

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u/TankJango May 27 '22

Everything's bigger in Texas! Including our problems.

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u/RagingPhysicist May 27 '22

Pathetic, overstaffed, unaccountable hogs

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u/Knaapman May 27 '22

They're not trained to shoot armed shooters. Only unarmed civilians.

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u/Phrozenstare May 27 '22

When you tell Texans to buy more guns but their police department can't even handle one shooter properly

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u/Zesty-Lem0n May 27 '22

A lot of cops are just cowards. If you look at enough cop shootings you can see that many of them are terrified out of their minds and choose to kill someone rather than confront their fear. The unjust shootings are usually from a jumpy cop probably walking around with some sort of PTSD or anxiety disorder. So it doesn't surprise me that these same people would never willingly go into a building where an actual confirmed shooter is.

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u/Straight_Earth4755 May 27 '22

Cop 1: "Bro you going in?"

Cop 2:"Nah man we might get shot"

Disgraceful these nimrods waited around for 40 minutes. WTF

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u/Plastic_Ad_7733 May 27 '22

This meme template is probably the best.

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u/AtomicSpeedFT Hans get the Flammenwerfer May 27 '22

This format doesn’t work since this clip has the police running in the background

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

Running to the donut stand

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u/Lopjing Boston Meme Party May 27 '22

"You don't need a gun to defend yourself just call the police"

The police:

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u/Jakis_Ktos123 May 27 '22

a few months ago, my mother was offered a job in texas (currently living in poland), and that would mean than me and my family would move there. now, aftee hearing all those stories and seeing all those statistics, i am really glad that she denied the offer

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

Republican politicians, checking their bank statement after a bunch of kids are murdered.

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u/eriinana May 27 '22

The fact that he's eating a donut MAKES this

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u/stingray0126 May 27 '22

It’s a hotdog isn’t it?

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u/BoTheJoV3 May 27 '22

pretty sure its a hotdog

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u/LennyIsAFox1 I have crippling depression May 27 '22

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u/godtegnom ☣️ May 27 '22

(He has a right to bear arms)

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u/Lololololelelel May 28 '22

I think people misunderstood you but that would have been a hilarious addition lol.