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Reader: Wow, Outrage Indeed -- Sessions Rewards Sheriff Broward

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OUTRAGE: AG Sessions Rewards Broward County Sheriff with $1 Million of Your Money for Response to Parkland School Shooting

Posted on April 23, 2018

Stand around while a school shooter mows down students, get part of $1 million for your efforts.

You simply can’t make this stuff up, folks.

Now your tax dollars are paying for a situation created in part by the poor response of the FBI to previous tips about the shooter and local law enforcement who refused to confront the school shooter during his rampage. And both entities are already underwritten by tax dollars.

The Justice Department has awarded a $1 million grant to Florida state and local law enforcement to cover expenses related to the Parkland high school shooting earlier this year.

The grant is intended to pay salary and overtime expenses for the first responders who arrived at the scene, according to a Justice Department release shared by ABC News.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement that the department “stands ready to help them in any way we can.”

“The school shooting in Parkland shocked and horrified the nation, but the community and law enforcement at all levels have shown resilience and determination,” Sessions said. “Today we offer $1 million to support the police who have been working overtime in the aftermath of this tragedy.”
“They can be sure about this: we have their backs,” he added.

Who had the backs of the students when Broward County Sheriff deputies refused to confront the shooter in the high school?

No one.

After this broke:

PAYBACK: Broward Deputies Turn on ‘Corrupt’ Sheriff Israel; Vote Looms to Remove Entrenched Sheriff After School Shooting Debacles

Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel to face no-confidence vote from his own deputies

(CNN/WSVN) — Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel, who touted his own “amazing leadership” after the Parkland school shooting, is facing a no-confidence vote from the union representing his deputies.

Jeff Bell, the president of the Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association, told CNN on Friday that union members had decided to move forward with the vote, which will begin electronically tonight and will close on April 26.

“There is a complete failure at the sheriff’s office and he doesn’t recognize it,” Bell said.

“Deputies don’t want to hear that he is an amazing leader right now, because there is no ‘amazing leadership’ going on right now,” Bell added.

Calling the vote a “ploy,” Israel said the union “is trying to use the Parkland tragedy as a bargaining tactic to extort a pay raise.”

Trust Sessions Per Q?

Getting harder to do…

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