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Teen Who Knew Shooter Drops Bomb: 'I Don't
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Posted By: Judy W., 5/30/2022 10:01:46 AM

A student at Uvalde High School in Texas who says he knew Salvador Ramos rejected the prevailing media narrative that the gunman was the victim of bullying, and this was the catalyst for his May 24 mass shooting at Robb Elementary School. Ivan Arellano, a senior at Uvalde High School, told WFAA-TV in Dallas that Ramos “was not a good person” and had been a bully himself. “Salvador Ramos was a boy who was not bullied,” Arellano said on Wednesday. “He would try to pick on people but fail, and it would aggravate him.” (Snip) He would hurt animals. He was not a good person,” he said.


As usual, the MSM want to make the killer a victim. I'm glad this guy, and a co-worker who said Ramos took his anger out at the most innocent, are setting this straight. Of course Ramos was a victim -- of the breakdown of his family, of the horrible culture, of drugs -- but so are countless other kids who do not go on a killing spree.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: privateer 5/30/2022 10:12:37 AM (No. 1170253)
FTA: 'The school system and his own family failed Ramos, who should have been red-flagged over his threatening, anti-social behavior, which included self-mutilation, animal abuse and shooting people with BB guns.' This is a ridiculous statement. The school system and his own family failed SOCIETY! This monster should have been institutionalized for the public good. Instead, they cared more about his feelings than the safety of innocent victims.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Muguy 5/30/2022 10:26:08 AM (No. 1170271)
It is truly amazing how only small details come from most media reports that a person has to read several sources of information to try to make any sense out of this tragedy. Also amazing how overseas media reports and those from San Antonio have the most coverage. The practice of "profiling" often is only seen as a 'racist' practice unfairly grouping some with suspicion, but in the case of finding persons who might likely cause harm to animals and human beings, this could be something that could potentially save lives.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: The Remnants 5/30/2022 10:40:01 AM (No. 1170289)
Bullies always pick on those they perceive as being weaker than them. THIS 18-YEAR-OLD MAN made the choice to kill innocents at AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL!!! He was no victim. We are all so sick of those who use the victim theme when the opposite is true. This guy was always the victimizer.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 5/30/2022 10:40:34 AM (No. 1170291)
One way or another, this guy was consumed by hatred, and it led to a desire to kill people. Society needs to find a way to spot this behavior and act on it before they end in bloodshed.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: EJKrausJr 5/30/2022 10:51:01 AM (No. 1170302)
Follow the Bongino rule and the facts will slowly emerge. So Ramos wasn't the victim of bullying, but a bully himself. Did the educators know this? If they did, why didn't they act? If the Grandmother knew this. why didn't she act? If the local police knew this, why didn't they act? Sorry MSM and Leftists, there's more to this shooter than the type of weapon used. Blame the perp not the toolset used by the perp. Blame those who knew the perp and did nothing. Firerms are inanimate objects until used by evil persons.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DVC 5/30/2022 11:00:30 AM (No. 1170312)
Finally the truth coming out. The kid was evil to his core, and this whole "bullied" story is a line of baloney.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Trump'sCousin 5/30/2022 11:19:10 AM (No. 1170328)
Mental institutions need to be built and utilized. Never mind screaming about fun bans. America needs to man up and start demanding the mentally ill are institutionalized for life. Enough is enough. Own your crap. Man up and take these crazy people OUT OF SOCIETY.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Trump'sCousin 5/30/2022 11:20:36 AM (No. 1170333)
Should say... gun bans. When is this site going to offer an edit feature???
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Reply 9 - Posted by: PrayerWarrior 5/30/2022 11:21:39 AM (No. 1170336)
Here's a horrible common thread to these mass murderers. They torture animals, the most innocent among us.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: czechlist 5/30/2022 12:07:00 PM (No. 1170399)
the legal system is the main culprit school districts are intimidated by pos lawyers who defend the bullies and misfits. Yhey are hired by obnoxiously stupid doting parents - "my little angel would never..." I would promote fines for the parents of repeat offenders give corporal punishment powers back to the schools and enforce discipline in classrooms.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: bighambone 5/30/2022 12:07:09 PM (No. 1170400)
If Ramos was really bullied at the Uvalde High School it would stand to reason that he would have carried out his murderous scheme inside that high school targeting the aggressive teen age students who bullied him. But instead, Ramos as an actual bully himself and a coward, targeted the elementary school and fourth grade students and their teachers who he knew would not be able to offer any effective resistance as he quickly murdered them one by one. If it was not for federal US Border Patrol Agents taking it upon themselves to enter the school, after be told not to by a local police chief, who knows how many additional children and teachers would have been murdered if the Border Patrol Agents did not take it upon themselves to enter the school, find the perpetrator and kill him?
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Vaquero45 5/30/2022 12:12:20 PM (No. 1170409)
Cruelty to small animals is one leg of the “serial killer triad”, along with bedwetting and starting fires.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: red1066 5/30/2022 12:16:09 PM (No. 1170417)
I guess the school system needed to work on his self-esteem. His behavior alienated people and because of his teenage narcissism, he couldn't see it was his own fault for the behavior of others. So, he blamed everyone else and finally snapped.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: walcb 5/30/2022 12:20:51 PM (No. 1170423)
Excellent article and well written.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: udanja99 5/30/2022 12:54:09 PM (No. 1170460)
Amen, #7! While building those institutions we also need to change the laws and allow families the ability to commit one of their members who is clearly showing the signs that Ramos was showing. As it stands, unless the family member is a minor, it takes a court order and weeks of time and legal work. While there is also always the possibility that the judge may not grant permission.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Maggie2u 5/30/2022 12:56:54 PM (No. 1170461)
FTA...'American culture is cratering at a chilling pace, fueled in large part by toxic left-wing policies that marginalize nuclear families, decimate the working class and demonize hard work and meritocracy.' When will we, the normals, come out and have the courage to say it. ABORTION...63 million innocent lives taken in the past 50 years. Don't tell me this doesn't have an affect on the soul of a society and then add the screaming, demented, harpies of the past four weeks who loudly scream how proud they are of killing their own children and demand the right to keep on doing it. What does this do to the mind of someone who is frankly, teetering on sanity and is probably the cause of so many of them shooting up stores, schools and churches to kill other innocents. Almost all of these shooters are males, maybe since they can't get abortions, it's their way of contributing to the human sacrifice to the pagan god Baal.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Venturer 5/30/2022 12:59:54 PM (No. 1170464)
Bullies are usually cowards. He proved this when he went to a school where no one was big enough to challenge him. What a worthless hunk of skin he was. They should cremate him and flush his ashes down the school toilet/
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Reply 18 - Posted by: DrOstrow 5/30/2022 1:03:41 PM (No. 1170469)
The 'perpetrator is the REAL victim' is the battle cry used in the 80's to 'get people OUT of institutions and into society where they can magically become 'normal'. What we have today is the result. We know what the solutions is but .................................... Politicians DO NOT want to solve problems. PERIOD It is NOT in their long term interest to solve problems !! Politicians want a 'cause' that they can use INDEFINITELY to elevate themselves ( elect ME and I will fix XYZ ) and/or smear their opponents ( look at what my opponent has FAILED to do for you ). This is why NOTHING gets fixed. EVER Ask yourself WHAT has smokin' Joe done for the people of Del. for the almost 50 YEARS he was in gov't before becoming 'president' ? Chuck Schumer ?? SanFranNan ?? Diane Feinstein ?? The list goes on and on. Government at ALL levels is full of people like these who learned LONG ago the one could stay in office PERPETUALLY by promising the moon and then later making up excuses / reasons WHY what they promised failed !
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Reply 19 - Posted by: franq 5/30/2022 1:22:05 PM (No. 1170489)
Why did he choose THAT day? Why was the door propped open THAT day? Why did he head for THAT door?
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Reply 20 - Posted by: danu 5/30/2022 4:03:08 PM (No. 1170635)
''Crybullies'' all--the shooter and the cops.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: GirlwithaCurl 5/30/2022 4:25:42 PM (No. 1170660)
BRAVO to this kid who recognized the failure of the bullying narrative spoken by the press, and Ramos' parents. Don't they always say that the murderer 'was a good, Christian boy!' Keep speaking out young man! Serial killers begin their killing careers with small, helpless, animals and then move on to children as they get bolder. If Ramos remained alive, he would have been thrilled--as in revel--to re-visit the scene of the crime. That's how sick these folks are.
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