Brutal honesty: The DACA chess narrative doesn't make any sense unless you're some kind of Boomer civnat. I'm just not sure who its supposed to appeal to - non-Whites are never going to vote Republican, and those Whites who already vote Democrat and who would be politicized sufficiently to care enough about the DACA shit to shift away from the Democrats are not going to shift to the Republicans.
It seems like chess to no end.
And this narrative is just silly and always has been.
HURR DURR UR THEORIZING ABOUT APPROPRIATE RESPONSE TO A POLITICIANS ACTIONS?! IF IF IF! UR SO DUM!
You sound like you are running damage control and trying to deflect.
The kid was visited multiple times and had issues.
What visits are you referring to? The 39 visits to his single-mother's foster home between the time when he was 12 and 19?
I find it dubious to suggest, especially given what the reporting suggets those were about, that those were related to him.
Furthermore, this comes when the democrats find themselves in the midst of money problems and now suddenly they are using this as a means to raise funds.
That's not surprising in the least - in fact, I would even go as far as to theorize their interests took part in organizing the whole thing.
Furthermore it is beyond well known that feds will poke and prod people into acting out like this.
See above. Makes sense.
This is a good time to expose all the people acting in the shadows behind all of this and those trying to benefit from this.
Which are overwhelmingly left-wing Jews and left-wing philosemites.
You'd have to be an idiot to think this whole thing was natural and organic autistic jew kid with right-wing leanings going on a shooting spree.
I never suggested anything of the sort, so I'm not sure what you're trying to push. My commentary revolved around the fact that, contrary to your claims, there really isn't anything to suggest this kid was an obviously bad apple such that the police would single him out amongst the miasma of such reports that arise on a day-to-day basis, aside from some commentary from the school and/or the deschamps woman who threw him out ostensibly for wanting to bring a gun into her home (one wonders why she'd agree to take guardianship of him knowing he owned firearms if she didn't want such in her home, but go figure).
Point being: This kid, based on what we know, doesn't appear to have put out any signs of being a hazard - he just came off as a dorky autistikike who liked guns, and there's probably thousands of those in Florida alone. Only his online presence really appears to have given away a hazard, and even then its dubious given the nature of what gets posted on the internet every single day by edgelords and non-Whites.
The police had 39 visits to him.
No, no, no. The police had 39 visits TO HIS HOME, where he lived with his brother and the single-mother who'd adopted them. And those 39 visits were over 7 years, between the ages of 12 and 19.
Ranging self-harm, violent outbursts and threats of violence.
Citation fucking needed m8.
Only claims I've seen as regards those calls was that there was no report filed for most of them - isn't that strange? - such as to link them to his behavior, and they came in the form of things like "child/elderly abuse", "domestic disturbance", "missing persons", and "mentally ill person"… Again, really weird that no reports were taken beyond that, no?
Before Nikolas Cruz carried out his mass killing at a Florida high school this week, police responded to his home 39 times over a seven-year period, according to disturbing new documents.
Details about the calls to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office — obtained from police records by CNN — were not immediately available and it was impossible to determine if all involved Cruz.
But the nature of the emergencies at his Parkland home included “mentally ill person,” “child/elderly abuse,” “domestic disturbance” and “missing person,” KTLA reported.
Unless new information has emerged, sounds like you're laying out a narrative that doesn't fit.