BREAKING: Texas Cops Admit We ‘Made the Wrong Decision’

( – BREAKING NOW: Just moments ago, in a stunning admission that has multiplied the unfathomable grief surrounding the horrific slaughter of 19 school kids and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, the police admitted that they “made the wrong decision” by waiting an hour and not immediately entering the school classroom to confront the killer.

As the New York Post recounts what was said moments ago at a press conference in Uvalde where Col. Steven McCraw, the director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, explained the decisions police made during the school shooting:

“The on-scene commander made the call that the carnage at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday had gone from an active shooter situation to a “barricaded suspect” situation, Col. Steven McCraw, director Texas Department of Public Safety, said in a briefing Friday.

“McCraw said with the benefit of hindsight, it was clear there were still students inside and in danger.

“‘Of course it was not the right decision, it was the wrong decision period,’ McCraw said.” [emphasis added]

Tragically, as the police now admit, “It took cops about an hour to shoot and kill Ramos, who barricaded himself inside a classroom — and officials have struggled to account for that gap in time.”


What is your reaction to the admission by law enforcement authorities that they waited an hour to enter the classroom and engage the killer at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, during Tuesday’s mass shooting that left 19 school kids and two teachers dead? Please email [email protected] with your thoughts and opinions.