Authorities were called to the killer's home 39 times before he carried out the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
According to BuzzFeed News, authorities saw no signs of mental illness or criminal activity and left without incident," and a therapist "deemed Nikolas to be no threat to anyone or himself at this present time."
These are the facts spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association Dana Loesch schooled the crowd on, but they heard nothing as emotions ran high.
As she marched into the lion's den and defended law-abiding gun owners and the Second Amendment to a room filled with gun control advocates snarling and hissing words of hate against her, Dana went toe-to-toe with Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel who pandered to what the crowd wanted to hear.
It’s important for certain officials to say they’re listening to students now — but why didn’t they listen to stude… https://t.co/DAbPNugwyr— Dana Loesch (@Dana Loesch)1519332937.0
According to the report Dana pressed Sheriff Israel on, "From 2010 until November 2016, Broward County sheriff's deputies responded to at least 36 emergency 911 calls from a pleasant-looking, tree-lined suburban home on 80th Terrace, the street in Parkland where Cruz lived with his younger brother, Zachary, and mother, who died last November at the age of 68."
I can't understand how responsibility for the school shooting has been taken OFF of the SHOOTER, and placed on the… https://t.co/dsxPBppDJV— Dr.Darrell Scott (@Dr.Darrell Scott)1519337974.0
The Sheriff dodged the tough question of course and the only rebuttal he offered was incoherent and based on what he knew would invoke cheers from the crowd.