FL Shooting Survivor: Sheriff 'Virtue-Signaling Against the NRA', Must Resign After Officers' Inaction
A survivor of the Florida school shooting spoke out against the Broward County sheriff as well as those who are injecting gun control politics into the tragedy.
Kyle Kashuv said Gov. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) and others have done "definitely enough" to bring attention to school safety issues.
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He said the mental health issue is a "bipartisan" topic, and that people should be coming together rather than retreating to political corners.
Kashuv said Sheriff Scott Israel "outraged" him with his conduct at Wednesday's televised town hall event.
Israel railed against the National Rifle Association and its key spokeswoman, Dana Loesch.
Meanwhile, Kashuv said Israel likely knew about his department's shortcomings, in that several officers remained outside during the gunfire.
Kashuv said Israel was "virtue signaling against the NRA" and "didn't even act properly."
He said Israel's department failed the community and that the Democrat "absolutely needs to resign" his elected post.
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