(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – Nowadays we’re told that the heroes among us are those that decide to live as the opposite gender and “live their truths.” The reality is, these people aren’t “heroes” at all and society should be ashamed for encouraging this kind of deranged behavior.
The real heroes often fly under the radar such as many who responded to the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, where 19 children and 2 teachers were killed.
One such hero who emerged from that ordeal was US Border Patrol agent Jacob Albarado.
When the orders were to stand down and remain outside, Albarado refused to comply and sit idly by, he took action. This can be seen on full display in a recently released photograph.
Here’s a picture of off-duty Border Patrol agent Jacob Albarado outside Robb Elementary School holding his barber’s shotgun.
Albarado DID NOT kill the gunman — a tactical unit shot the 18-year-old gunman — but did help evacuate children. pic.twitter.com/WYUhN4qNQR
— Michael Austin (@mikeswriting) June 5, 2022
The New York Times reported that when the shooting began, Albarado was at his barber getting his hair cut.
He received a text message from his wife, who was teaching at Robb Elementary, that informed him of the nightmare unfolding at the school.
“There’s an active shooter,” she texted. “Help,” and then: “I love you.”
Not only was his wife working at the school but their daughter, Jayda, is in second grade and was also in the school.
Albarado did what any father would do. He immediately sprang into action, borrowed the barber’s shotgun and headed directly to the school.
When he arrived at the school, he began to put together a plan with other officers at the scene. With two officers providing cover, Albarado and two others began guiding children out of the school.
Eventually, he was reunited with his wife and daughter who both survived the ordeal. Albarado was far from the only hero at Robb Elementary School that day.
Angeli Rose Gomez, the mother of two children who attend Robb Elementary, also leapt into action during the shooting.
Gomez drove 40 miles to the scene when she heard the news that there was an active shooter in the building. When she got there, she attempted to convince officers on the scene to take action and do something.
Not only did they refuse to do anything but they also handcuffed her!
She managed to convince local police to set her free and when they did she jumped the school fence and ran into the school. She found her children and escaped with them to safety.
The power of a parents’ love is true heroism.
Unfortunately, not everyone who showed up to the school that day acted heroically. There are still many unanswered questions about the bizarre way in which law enforcement responded to the situation.
Gomez and Albarado were willing to put their lives on the line but law enforcement officers stood idly by and refused to take action.
Children were injured and bleeding inside the school. Some could have been saved in the amount of time law enforcement stood outside and did nothing.
We may never know why an entire team of armed law enforcement officers chose to do nothing outside the school.
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