Headlines are focused on the multiple warnings the police had regarding Nikolas Cruz. Many are asking the question, “How many times does somebody have to file a complaint before a young man is institutionalized or barred from handling an assault weapon?” In the case of Nikolas Cruz 18 times was not enough for police to take action.
In the case of Track Palin, how many times must police or FBI be put on notice, before action is taken to prevent an attack? Track has been involved in multiple acts of violence but each time he is released to repeat his behavior. He vandalized school buses. He was trained to shoot guns in the service.
He was involved in the family brawl.
He was involved in domestic violence, where he attacked Jordan, the mother of his child, kicking her. It was at that time that he threatened to kill himself with an assault rifle.
Britta also reported repeated acts of violence by Track.
He burglarized and threatened his parents. Sarah and Todd were so frightened of him that they called the police. All of the members of the Palin family asked the Court to protect them by issuing a restraing order.
Track has a history of drug and alcohol abuse.
When Track committed an act of domestic violence, ‘Sarah blamed the conduct on PTSD and Obama, rather than on Track himself.
Track Palin is the son of Sarah Palin and…possibly Todd Palin. That in itself is enough to inspire violent behavior. However after witnessing MULTIPLE acts of violence, including the use of an assault weapon, it is incumbent on the Palin family to take action to protect themselves and fellow Alaskans. If they don’t, and Track becomes the next person to committ a massacre, we shouldn’t blame Obama, PTSD, the military, or liberal gun laws. The real blame should be attributed to the dysfunctional Palin family.
Understand …we pray that nobody ever becomes the victim of another attack. However if anyone could forsee a massacre, and has the power to take preventative steps, it is Sarah Palin and her family.