Angeli Gomez spoke out in a recent interview about what happened on the day of the false flag event in Uvalde, Texas in which an alleged shooter killed several children and teachers, but it’s not just the cowardice and tyranny of the cops involved, but also the threats that she could face consequences for calling out their cowardice and corruption that are very concerning.
Gomez, who previously spoken to the Wall Street Journal about her experience, she drove from her place of work, at which she had just arrived, 40 miles to the school when she heard about the shooting.
“Right away, as soon as I parked my car, US Marshals started coming towards my car saying I wasn’t allowed to be parked there,” Gomez told CBS News. “He said, ‘We’re going to have to arrest you because you’re being very uncooperative,’ and I said, ‘Well, you’re going to have to arrest me because I’m going in there, and I’m telling you right now — I don’t see none of y’all in there.’”
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She claims that she was handcuffed by US Marshals to keep her from the school.
“I told one of the officers, ‘I don’t need you to protect me. Get away from me. I don’t need your protection. If anything, I need you to go in with me to go protect my kids,’” she said.
Of course, the US Marshals have denied the allegations stating that they were there and “maintained order and peace in the midst of the grief-stricken community that was gathering around the school.”
Say what? That doesn’t even make any sense.
The above piece is a a bit cut in the middle but there are elements I don’t quite understand and that is if no cops were in the school building, how was she being “escorted out”? How would she know her first son was ok and then later describe that the shooting was taking place close to where she first showed up where her first son was at while she was trying to get her second son? These are just questions I have about what is going on here.
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I confess that she is a lot more believable in her responding that many of the people we saw interviewed, like these…
Though this woman was on probation for something that occurred a decade ago, a judge referred to her as “brave” and told her that her parole would be shortened.
However, that appears to be in response to Ms. Gomez’s claim that “someone in law enforcement” called her and said that if she talked to the media that she might face a charge of obstruction of justice. How is exercising a First Amendment protected right obstruction of justice? It isn’t, but that’s what cowardly tyrants do. You know, cowardly clowns like this guy…
Buzzfeed has more:
Gomez said that she was able to convince local police to uncuff her, and as soon as she was free, she jumped over a fence and rushed into the building to grab her two sons, who are in the second and third grade, from inside. According to her account, police chased her while she ran toward the building.
Gomez claimed that she did not see officers inside the building while she was in there, but that she could hear gunshots coming from somewhere in the school. When she knocked on the door of her first son’s classroom, she recalled finding teachers and students hiding inside.
Gomez said the teacher asked her if they had time to get out and she replied, “Yeah, you have time, I’m going to run and get my other son.’”
She said that authorities tried to escort her out of the building when she approached her other son’s classroom door, but that when she saw them opening the door, she ran back to get her child.
Gomez was captured on camera holding her sons’ hands while running out of the school.
“Nothing was being done,” she told CBS News. “If anything, [law enforcement] were being more aggressive on us parents that were willing to go in there.”
Several videos widely shared on social media showed authorities confronting desperate parents who were angrily asking why armed police officers were not rushing in to save their children during the shooting.
In one video, an officer who was seen pushing parents back was asked by a parent why police weren’t trying to save their kids.
“Because I’m having to deal with you!” the officer replied.
“They could have saved many more lives,” Gomez said. “They could have gone into the classroom and maybe two or three would have been gone but they could have saved the whole, more, the whole class. They could have done something, gone through the window, sniped him through the window. Something, but nothing was being done.”
There is no doubt in my mind that this was a false flag operation, but there are elements that I’m hearing from Ms. Gomez that don’t quite make sense that I mentioned above. I would love to have those things clarified.
In the meantime, just remember this video that was captured showing that the cops were more interested in stopping parents desperate to save their children than they were taking out the bad guy.
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