posted on Feb, 17 2018 @ 07:32 PM
Having looked at this the following can be stated:
The Florida governor is stating that the FBI has dropped the ball. And that it is their fault for this happening.
Now how much of this should fall to local law enforcement? If you consider that if there is no arrest record, or if the records are sealed, cause the
person was a child. And from the looks of the reports, there were a lot of warnings, and talks, but no arrests or records to flag the person as being
Then there is the matter of speech at hand here. Yes he did post he wanted to shoot up a school. But at what point should law enforcement get
involved in a matter of free speech? Is posting it the point? Or does there have to be more than just posting? What about if it is spoken, should
law enforcement get involved there in? And does it matter by who? There have been points where law enforcement went out and investigated, a person
for something they said, or posted, and yet people would cry how it was a violation of Freedom of Speech. Religious people can openly call for the
killing of gays, but you don’t hear that the FBI or any other law enforcement goes out and talks to them or interviews them for those statements.
Racist groups can call for a genocide or killing of one group or another, but nothing comes from it, maybe they get watched a bit, but no action. Why
should what this guy posted be any different? A person in a bar, being belligerent and drunk? Or how about say a political statement, like say
hanging an effigy of the President?
Now one must wonder if the gun laws are lax enough to where people can purchase them easily, would that also not fall onto the shoulders of the state
officials, and the regulations that are pushed, right onto the federal government that passes laws? Should they also bear some of the responsibility?
I mean if you consider that most tend to take campaign donations from the NRA, one must wonder what the laws would look like if the NRA was not
giving millions of dollars to help people get and stay in office.