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(Natural News) Democrats must not use a tragedy for their political agenda, according to “Worldview Report” host Brannon Howse.

“So you don’t need an AR-15 to kill people. And the Democrats know that. But they have targeted this one weapon for their plans to disarm Americans at a time when they feel more vulnerable to violent crime than perhaps any time since the Civil War. They must not be allowed to use tragedy to advance their political agenda,” Howse said during the May 31 edition of his news and commentary program on Brighteon.TV.

“History tells us there’s only one reason Marxists, globalists, progressives, statists, internationalists, whatever you want to call them — there’s only one reason they want to disarm a population: so you can’t fight back when they start carrying out horrible crimes against humanity.”

Meanwhile, authorities have finally released the timeline of the mass shootings at the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Howse said it does not look good because of the way authorities handled the incident, adding that there will be calls for mass resignations and possibly prosecutions.

The Worldview Report host mentioned that the 18-year-old gunman who murdered 19 children and two teachers lingered outside for a reported 12 minutes, firing shots at people in a funeral home across the street before scaling the fence on the school property where he fired more shots according to reports by news outlets.

The gunman then entered the school and barricaded himself in a classroom and reportedly told the children and two teachers that, “It’s time to die,” before shooting them.

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Howse said contrary to previous reports there was never any armed security officer inside the school. He added that there is already flip-flopping and a lot of people are involved in trying to cover their rear ends with massive lawsuits expected to come.

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Regional Director Victor Escalon couldn’t say why no one stopped the gunman when he entered the school on May 24.

Escalon said the previous report of DPS officials that an armed school officer confronted the gunman as he arrived at the school was incorrect and that no one encountered him as he arrived at the school. He added that the gunman began his morning by shooting his grandmother in the face before using her truck to drive to the school.

Based on the timeline given by Escalon, the Texas law enforcement kept desperate parents outside the school as the gunman was left alone inside the school for up to an hour or so, killing 19 children and two teachers before a border patrol agent charged into the school and killed the suspect. Howse showed a video clip of the women who were shouting at the police soon after the attack began. (Related: Law enforcement allowed Texas shooter to commit mass murder by BLOCKING parents from saving their children.)

American institutions that are supposed to protect the people are failing

“We have been telling you for several weeks that you are on your own. All the institutions that are supposed to be there to protect us are failing. Our legislatures, our courts, our police departments, our sheriff’s departments. And of course, we know the FBI [Federal Bureau of Investigation] has turned on the American people along with the Justice Department. We are on our own,” Howse said.

“You cannot count on the police to safeguard your family or your children. While there may be good police officers, sadly, many of them are not being allowed to do their job. And many of them show up just in time to take a report. Learn from it. Be ready to take care of yourself and your family.”

In his “Worldview Report” commentary, Howse said that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow died during a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, are leading the call for increased school security nationwide.

Pollack recently tweeted: “Armed guard single point of entry, teacher training, we send out billions to other countries all the time. Why not fund school safety in America?”

Howse said Paxton made a similar remark during an interview with Fox News, saying that the days of one or two poorly trained and lightly armed school resource officers may soon be over at least in the school districts. Paxton mentioned that teachers and staff should be allowed to carry weapons and be trained, which he said is what they do in Israel. The Texas AG also said that those who desire to be armed and trained should not be barred from doing so.

Paxton added that America has just spent $40 billion in Ukraine to help protect another nation and it seems like the least that the U.S. could do is fund a police officer or a program in American schools.

Howse pointed out that mass shooters always seek out gun-free zones to spread mayhem and the only answer to this madness is to eliminate the kill zones by inserting armed and trained Americans. He added that the police must return to serving and protecting people, especially the children.

Watch the full May 31 episode of “Worldview Report” below. “Worldview Report” with Brannon Howse airs from Monday to Friday at 9-9:30 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.

More related stories:

Criminal charges could be filed against POLICE in Uvalde who stood by and did nothing while children were massacred right in front of them.

Worldview Report: FBI framed civilians in plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer – Brighteon.TV.

Why did Uvalde police stand outside and do nothing while Texas shooter rampaged through Robb Elementary School?

Sources include:

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WSJ.com


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