According to Lawyer, Kyle Kashuv Shouldn't Complain About Police
That mischievous scamp Kyle Kashuv really stepped in it when he spent #NationalSchoolWalkout day at the gun range. His peers tweeted he went "too far" and he "won't get away with this." Much handshaking and gnashing of teeth went down that day. Which meant calling the cops on him. Pulling him out of class. And treating him like a hostile suspect.
I can now check off being wrongfully questioned by law enforcement off by bucket list.— Kyle Kashuv (@Kyle Kashuv)1524524782.0
I can see why Kyle would be upset. Especially since he's not the first student to get in trouble for using a gun responsibly. This seems to be the latest trend in leftist, Nazi tactics: ratting out legal gun use as if the simple act of holding a gun in a responsible manner is rape. If someone posts a photo of themselves learning about gun ownership, narc them out to authorities. Only a savage man in search of a scalp would dare squeeze a trigger at a gun range. Take him to the village square and put him in the stocks. Pull down your pants and fart in his face.
According to one blue checkmark lawyer, Kashuv should know his role and shut his mouth.
... No offense, Kyle, but you were just complaining the other day that law enforcement sits on its hands too much. https://t.co/gdtOgKoFLm— Bradley P. Moss (@Bradley P. Moss)1524533667.0
Obviously. It's easy to confuse a Twitter story about going to the gun range with a crazy person pointing his gun at his camera and posting it on Instagram.
Yes, on actual threats to the community. https://t.co/pC5oz70evp— Kyle Kashuv (@Kyle Kashuv)1524533859.0
That wasn't Kyle's complaint about law enforcement. I know that. You know that. Dollars to donuts Bradley P. Moss knows that. But once you start douchesplaining to someone, it's hard to stop.
@KyleKashuv Sometimes they're going to do some due diligence work that might ruffle feathers, but nothing more. The… https://t.co/bEvvg2b9TA— Bradley P. Moss (@Bradley P. Moss)1524534173.0
Let's be clear. The criticism about the Broward Police and the school resource officer isn't a dropped ball. They dropped ten balls. Kicked them all into the street. Then hid behind a dumpster. Incompetence which resulted in 17 students being murdered. If that's not enough, we're then told by leftists not to be so hard on the ball droppers. It's not their fault. It's really the fault of the NRA, Marco Rubio, Fox News. The tooth fairy. Toxic masculinity. George W. Bush. Facts, schmacts. That's where Kashuv's criticism of authorities comes from.
Plus if Kyle's account of what happened is accurate, this isn't an example of due diligence work. More an example of douche diligence work. Kyle was getting too loud with his narrative-busting and needed to be taken down a few pegs. Change my mind.