Police Thwart Shocking Second “Columbine” – But What They Didn’t Do Will Shock You

It is a sad reality that school shootings are becoming more and more common in America. Democrats have used these horrific events to push radical gun control. Yet states with the strictest gun measures seem no more safe than any other part of the country.

Our nation’s leaders are not doing enough to address the real problems, which include mental health and the shocking spiritual decline within our communities. Democrats continue to pander to the transgender movement, which seems largely responsible for this plague.

But often we learn after a shooting that it could have been avoided, had police actually stepped in—after warnings were made. In the state of Wisconsin, thankfully, police intervened after a school discovered a student was planning a “Columbine” level massacre. But what the school failed to do will outrage you.

A police report obtained by Louder with Crowder’s MugClub Undercover unit has revealed that in October, an alert was triggered on a middle school student’s laptop in Wisconsin, leading to the discovery of a “manifesto” in which the student detailed how they would go about carrying out a mass shooting in the school…

The student wrote, “I want to kill every old man and woman who has claim to the father, son and holy spirit by chopping their f*cking heads off and putting them on a stick to show there is no god only human nature.”…

The school district finally notified parents of students in the district of the incident in February, after the Louder with Crowder team reached out for comment on the incident. [Source: The Post Millennial]

A school district in Wisconsin discovered a student was planning a massive shooting and “massacre,” last October. The school learned of the situation after the student searched for certain “trigger” words on a school computer. Officers and the dean interviewed the student, which led to more searching.

Eventually, they found a notebook in which the student wrote their “manifesto.” The student had planned a massive attack on the school. They seemed to plan every detail, from the time when they’d begin the attack, to what they’d wear.

The student wanted to specifically target jocks and “preppy girls.” And they also wrote of killing Christians. It is clear this student was seriously unwell and needed immediate help. Thanks to the diligent work of the school and police, a possible nightmare was averted.

But the real shock was that the school did not tell the student’s parents, until this month—after Steven Crowder released the official documents. Now, answer me this, how would this student get the actual help he or she needs, if their parents aren’t even involved?

What did the school expect to do? Prevent this student from harming others, without the knowledge or consent of their parents? This was a middle school student, mind you. Someone under the age of 18. Yet the school avoided doing what it must until it was forced to.

While it is good that the officers were able to detect and prevent a shooting, the school’s unwillingness to tell their parents is unacceptable. Yet this is a growing trend in our country. Democrats especially don’t think parents have a say in their own children’s lives. They think the government can better handle a child’s problems.

Yeah, we’ve seen how well that works.

Author: Kit Fargo


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