‘We Can Send $40 Billion To Ukraine…But We Can’t Protect Our Children In Our Country?’ Father of Parkland Victim Blasts Biden

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Andrew Pollock, whose daughter Meadow died in the horrendous 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, reacted to the Uvalde, Texas school shooting.

Tuesday night, Pollock tweeted, “Armed guard — Single point of entry — Teacher training. We send out $Billions to other countries all the time. Why not fund school safety in America?”

Pollock, the author of “Why Meadow Died: The People and Politics that Created the Parkland Shooter and Endanger America’s Students,” has advocated for single-point-of-entry and armed guards at schools since the 2018 shooting.

Pollock spoke out about the Texas massacre and budgets to protect schools on Fox News.

“We can $40 billion to Ukraine to protect their borders, but we can’t protect our children in our country….I don’t want to hear that we don’t have budget to protect our children,” was Pollock’s response to Laura Ingraham.

During a Newsmax TV interview in 2021, Pollock slammed the Biden Administration for lack of foresight and lack of will to seek a solution other than gun control laws.

“Every one of those [gun control measures] that he wants to put in place wouldn’t have made a difference in my daughter getting murdered in Parkland. They’re not capable of looking at solutions,” Pollock said. “When you put just gun control measures in, you mask solutions.”

He urged law enforcement to go to www.schoolsafteygrant.org to dissect the failures of school shootings.