Written by DML
I’ll admit that I’ve been glued to the TV this week. Since the moment it happened, I have found the Robb Elementary School shooting to be one of those events that offers more questions than answers. With that said, yes, I am troubled by the police response. The police commander who told cops to stand back is a total moron. But more troubling for me is the teacher who opened the back door. And unless I’ve missed something, I’ve heard little about the open door during the press conferences. It appears the opening of the door by the teacher is being blown off.
According to the news reports I’ve seen and read, at 11:27am a teacher opened the back door to the school. One minute later Ramos arrived outside the school. Twelve minutes later the killer walks into the school via the same door opened by the teacher. This is a major red flag for me. Is the teacher’s terrible decision bad luck and totally coincidental? Maybe it is, but I find it very strange that nobody in the media or law enforcement is harping on the following: The kids and two teachers are dead because the teacher opened the back door.
There are multiple standalone buildings on the property. All of the buildings offer doors, and yet Ramos decided to pick the one door that was unlocked. How did he know it would be open? Is it total luck on his part that his first door of choice was the same one that was opened by a teacher minutes before he arrived with an AR-15? This is strange, is it not?
As my readership knows, I am not into conspiracy theories. And by no means am I suggesting the teacher assisted the killer intentionally, but why have we not heard more about the door being opened?
All the focus right now is targeted at the cops. People want to know why they didn’t charge the room immediately, and why the commander at the scene called for a stand back and wait strategy. I admit, the commander is an idiot and he made the wrong call. One can make the argument he was scared to lose his own life. But lets be honest, although the lead cop appears to have dropped the ball, he didn’t open the back door for Ramos. The teacher opened the door, and so the teacher is to blame 100%.
I have yet to hear any state or federal official offer an explanation as to why the teacher opened the door. I have not heard any reporters ask why she kept it open. Is the teacher alive? If so, has she been interviewed? If I was a parent at that school, and if my kid was one of the dead students, I would demand an answer be given immediately. What are your thoughts?
Am I the only guy wondering why the teacher at Robb opened the door 1-minute before Ramos arrived? Has law enforcement addressed this highly unusual move and the timing of it? Coincidence maybe, but its terribly strange and downright stupid. She’s more to blame than the cops.
— Dennis Michael Lynch (@realDennisLynch) May 28, 2022