Off Duty Heroic Border Patrol officer rushed into Uvalde school with barber’s shotgun to save daughter, wife

Jacob Albarado and his wife, a Rob Elementary 4th grade school teacher

Seems to me if the “government wants gun control, they need to take the cops weapons away.
It was not a law enFORCEment weapon which saved the kids, it was a privately owned business man’s shotgun

Some years back in Sutherland springs just outside of San Antonio when a crazy evil idiot started shooting up and killing church goers, it was not cops but regular people with privately owned weapons which put a stop to the killing.

In Uvalde, law enFORCEment weapons were used to threaten parents with to keep them from rescuing their own children the 150 ball-less law enFORCEment badge wearers would not rescue because the badge wearers were afraid they themselves might get shot.
To hell with the kids, what about my ass seemed to be their main worry!

Take all law EnFORCEment weapons away from the badge carriers and pass them out to the school teachers, parents and the town’s barbers!

The Ole Dog!

An off-duty US Customs and Border Protection agent fearlessly rushed into Robb Elementary School with his barber’s shotgun and rescued dozens of children and his daughter after his wife texted him that there was an active shooter.

Jacob Albarado had just sat down for a haircut when he received the horrifying message from his wife, Trisha, a fourth-grade teacher at the Uvalde, Texas, elementary school, he told the New York Times.

“There’s an active shooter,” she wrote. “Help,” she sent before sending a chilling: “I love you.”

He immediately leaped out of his seat, grabbed the barber’s shotgun and sped off toward the school.

His daughter, a second-grader, was locked inside a bathroom while his wife hid under desks with her students, the Times reported.

In another wing of the school, 18-year-old crazed gunman Salvador Ramos had opened fire and ultimately murdered 19 children and two teachers.

A tactical team was preparing to enter the school when Albarado arrived. Desperate to get his daughter and wife out, he made a plan with other officers to try to enter the school and evacuate as many students as possible.

He said he entered the wing of the school where he knew his daughter was located, and as he searched for her, began “clearing all the classes in her wing,” he told the Times.

Two officers with guns drawn provided cover while two others guided dozens of “hysterical” children and teachers out to the sidewalk, he said.


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