Florida School Massacre Proves Police Are Worthless In Protecting Us….

The redundant mantra of gun grabbers is “It’s the job of the police to protect us,” or “Only professional law enforcement officers are qualified to protect us,” or “Citizens should not bear arms because it’s the job of policemen to protect us,” or statements to that effect. But the mass shooting in a Parkland, Florida, school proves the absolute fallacy of the above statements.

Constitutional Attorney John Whitehead recently wrote an outstanding column entitled “Armed And Dangerous: If Police Don’t Have To Protect The Public, What Good Are They?” He begins his article by quoting author William S. Burroughs: “After a shooting spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn’t do it. I sure as hell wouldn’t want to live in a society where the only people allowed guns are the police and the military.” AMEN!

Whitehead writes, “In the American police state, police have a tendency to shoot first and ask questions later.

“In fact, police don’t usually need much incentive to shoot and kill members of the public.

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8 thoughts on “Florida School Massacre Proves Police Are Worthless In Protecting Us….

  1. Comrade Obama March 1, 2018 / 1:46 pm

    This should be in the Daily Kos.

  2. Brittius March 1, 2018 / 2:01 pm

    I’m probably one of the most qualified to state, that in general, police are, after the fact.
    Only, when there is an open case and police are working it, will they be there when things go down. That was my job, Robbery Squad. RIP (Robbery In Progress) teams. Or, when police do Pickup Jobs, where during their routine duties such as patrol, they come across something as it is unfolding.
    Aside from any of that, police have no obligation to protect anyone, and the courts have affirmed that. In fact, nobody ran to the defense of Kitty Genovese as she was being raped, robbed, beaten, and murdered. Not even the cops.
    So I ask, “What’s in YOUR holster?”.


    • MaddMedic March 1, 2018 / 2:07 pm

      Part of my job is working with LEOs in first aid. I have trained many, make that thousands, in First Responder, EMT and such courses. They all say the same thing. ‘It happens, we cannot be everywhere and a person needs to take care of themselves…’

      BTW generally a Kahr 9mm, sometimes a GP-100 .357 depending on where and what I am doing…

      • Brittius March 1, 2018 / 2:12 pm

        Absolutely. Common sense. Also two very good choices.
        I think part of the problem, is that people have swallowed the politically correct sound bites of the crud they vote into office, rather than talking to the people who are on the streets, doing the job. In fact, the trinity is regarded as Police-Fire-EMS, because all three, can tell anyone what is really going on in the streets, and the typical jobs they see, some, over and over.

  3. Brittius March 1, 2018 / 2:02 pm

    Reblogged this on .

    • MaddMedic March 1, 2018 / 2:08 pm


      • Brittius March 1, 2018 / 2:12 pm

        You’re welcome.

  4. Dary Gonzalez March 11, 2018 / 10:15 am

    Bottom line, the police are the first responders and when everyone is running out of a shooting situation they are running in. They are people with families too. Human that have needs, fears and the same emotion that we all have; the difference is they chose to do a job must people don’t want to do. As we all know there are plenty of bad apples in every profession, bad doctor, dentist, lawyers, mechanics, but no one talks about the horrors or negligence of what they do, because is simply not sexy or exciting as a good juicy story of a police officer. Well just to close, think about this… if bomb goes off, the bomb is not blamed is the Bomber who detonated, if a building is set on fire, the fire is not blamed is the Arsonist… so for a moment we must wonder why are we blaming the guns… let’s blame the gunmen who decided to pull the trigger.

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