The DOJ has assembled a panel of “experts” to study the Uvalde incident.

  • Sheriff John Mina, Orange County, Florida Was a Republican, now a Democrat
  • Chief Rick Braziel (retired), Sacramento, Calif. He was one of the law enforcement officers who publicly lobbied for registering ammunition sales in California.
  • Deputy Chief Gene Deisinger (retired), Virginia Tech, Va. He has been covering for bad policing since at least 2013: While this may be true, Deisinger said he is frustrated by the widespread criticism of law enforcement without providing any real alternatives. “One of my criticisms of North American culture is that we are really good at criticizing what somebody else did or failed to do,” Deisinger said.
  • Director of Public Safety Frank Fernandez (retired), Coral Gables, Fla. He has been involved in the gun control movement for most of the last decade: “An 18-year-old with an AK-47 and an AR-15 is completely unreasonable,” said Frank Fernandez, director of public safety in Coral Gables, Florida, and the chairman of the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s firearms committee. “That is a weapon that is meant for destruction. It’s not a weapon that you can use to go hunting. That is a weapon … used in the theater of war.”
  • Albert Guarnieri, FBI Unit Chief. This is the only panelist I couldn’t find a thing on.
  • Major Mark Lomax (retired), Pennsylvania State Police, Pa. While campaigning for Sheriff of Bucks county as a Democrat, his position on guns was: While he supports the Second Amendment, he believes strongly in licensing and training and sees on need for assault weapons such as AR-15s.
  • Laura McElroy, CEO, McElroy Media Group. This woman has been a media “spin master” for police departments like Chicago, Tampa, and others. She specializes in putting a good face on incidents where cops screw up.
  • April Naturale, Assistant Vice President, Vibrant Emotional Health This woman is everywhere. She claims to specialize in traumatic stress. She has responded to the war in Ukraine, she was involved with the Feds, the UN, and COVID-19 (pdf warning), the shootings in San Bernardino, Sandy Hook, Hurricane Katrina, and numerous other mass shooting events. It’s like she goes everywhere there is a tragedy that was exploited by the left.
  • Chief Kristen Ziman (retired), Aurora, Ill. Has been a part of the effort for more gun control in Illinois for years. She was involved in a scandal where she got intoxicated and left her service weapon behind in a bar before getting a subordinate to take the blame so her chances at becoming a Police Superintendent would not be ruined.

Every one of them is an antigun, pro police Democrat. I can already tell you what the findings of this whitewash will be.


Will · June 9, 2022 at 6:59 am

Think they’re stacking the deck?

Steve S · June 9, 2022 at 8:30 am

Experts alright. At cover-up and obfuscation.

Elwood Blues · June 9, 2022 at 9:31 am

I hate Illinois Nazis posing as comrades.
The UPD police chief looks like a peen puffer and they should all resign in disgrace.
Smoke and mirrors lies and falsehoods are the default setting for a society that can’t handle the truth.

    The Good Ole Boys Band · June 9, 2022 at 11:12 am

    Illinois Nazis are gonna fuck up. And when they do, they better hope the police get to them before we do.

Crotalus · June 9, 2022 at 10:22 am

Looking back on Parkland and now Uvalde, both police departments waited until they had a high body count. Congress only gets momentum for their gun ban agenda when school children are murdered in enough numbers to drive it. Call me cynical, but were. Higher-ups calling the shots for a bigger body count?

Chris · June 9, 2022 at 11:05 pm

The Fox’s Investigating The Fox’s.
Thats some Soviet Shit right there.

Almost Party Time

Matthew · June 10, 2022 at 10:10 am

No mention of how much this utterly useless .gov project is going to cost us. My guess is: more money than you can shake a stick at plus the stick.

In my view, not only is their “assessment” already written for them (by a crew of dopes that will never be identified), but the report will also go far beyond an “assessment of Uvalde’s law enforcement response”. It will be a combination of ridiculous hyping of the few things that they did right and an utter glossing over of the many they did wrong. All the lies and bullshit they initially sprayed in every direction (how much of that was incompetence and how much was intentional obfuscation we will never know) will get a good leaving alone. They will absolutely leave no stone unturned, except the ones the guilty are hiding under. They will also include the entire lefty/DOJ anti-gun philosophy and an attempt at redefining the 2A.

The one thing they will under no circumstances address is: where did the evil psycho get the money to buy all his weaponry and ammo?

The DOJ will have to hire extra personnel to deal with the shit train of FOIA requests after this boondoggle.

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