Judge Jeanine Blames ‘Liberal School Personnel’ for Ethan Crumbley’s Michigan Shooting

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James and Jennifer Crumbley are huge MAGAs, understand? So they are not going to be blamed for their son’s massacre at his Michigan school, despite buying the weapon for the troubled kid just shortly before the shooting and knowing that he had continually been in trouble at school, at least they are not going to be blamed by Judge Jeanine Pirro, understand?

She took on the subject over the weekend and explained how it was that liberals were to blame for the tragedy. From Mediaite:

From there, Pirro turned to the Oxford shooting, which has drawn a great deal of media attention since Ethan Crumbley’s parents, James Crumbley and Jennifer Crumbley, were arrested amid accusations of failing to properly heed warning signs about their son’s disturbing behavior. The way Pirro sees it, school officials should have taken greater action against Crumbley before the massacre — for which he will be charged as an adult for terrorism and first-degree murder.

“Then, there is Oxford, Michigan, with Ethan Crumbley, who shot and killed 4 students and injured 7 others including a teacher for no reason, because liberal school personnel should’ve known Crumbley had a gun, or at least, had access to one, but never bothered to ask. The very reason they told his parents to come to class instead of suspending him immediately, and then they let him go right back into class.”

Evidently, if one is involved with the education of children, one is a liberal because there is literally no proof whatsoever regarding anyone at the school’s political leanings. People don’t care about politics during real tragedies like this, where kids they knew were killed or maimed.

Yet Judge Jeanine knows they were liberals, and to blame. Notice she didn’t mention the charges against the parents or their attempt to run?

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