Further details are emerging about the massacre at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. At first the police authorities said that they delayed going into the school for 77 minutes as they lacked equipment, such as rifles and vests. But, that was shown by video footage to be false, with armed cops inside the school, simply waiting. And, not only were parents disarmed and prevented from saving their children from the gunman, but police turned on their own kind, and restrained even their own officers: “We got an officer, Officer Ruiz, whose wife had called him and said she [had] been shot, and she’s dying,” McCraw said, according to video of the hearing. “What happened to him was he tried to move forward into the hallway ... he was detained, and they took his gun away from him and escorted him off the scene.” The obvious conclusion is that orders must have come from higher up to wait so that a massacre could occur, which was needed for the present gun control push. Nothing else makes much sense. And, as I typed that sentence, my newsfeed tells me that the gun control bill has passed the Senate, surprise, surprise.