Were Broward Sheriff's Deputies Told to Not Enter Stoneman Douglas High School During the Shooting?
The case of the Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO) actions during the shooting rampage by 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, just gets more and more bizarre.

We’ve learned that no less than four Broward deputies sheltered-in-place outside the school while the shooting took place, leaving the heavy lifting of running back inside the building, to “look down the barrel of an AR-15,” as some pompous and obnoxious little twerp–who we aren’t supposed to criticize because meanie pants–said, to unarmed assistant football coach Aaron Feis and athletic director Chris Hixon.

We’ve learned that there were at least 49 separate instances where the BSO or the FBI were called about Cruz.

We’ve learned that the BSO policy was to not arrest juveniles when a single arrest might have prevented Cruz from buying a weapon.

We’ve learned, via a letter issued by Sheriff’s Deputy and stuck-ee for the fiasco, Scot Peterson, that he was following BSO policy in his actions.

And now we have this:

Ingraham later broke another exclusive report that may shed light as to why several armed deputies were waiting outside during the shooting.

According to “sources near the Broward County Sheriff’s Office,” the deputies who arrived at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School were told not to enter the building “unless their body cameras were turned on.”

Ingraham went on to report that the deputies didn’t even have body cameras at all. They also lost “radio communication” during the shooting. The source further told The Ingraham Angle that they also lost radio communication during the Ft. Lauderdale airport shooting last year. And on top of that, some of the radio communications from the shooting either are “missing” or “weren’t recorded.”

If true, this amounts to a stand-down order.

Someone needs to be held accountable for this mess and it isn’t the NRA.

(Whole Ingraham segment below)