With such adversity and disaster, Lou Holtz and Dr. Ben Carson have made an announcement that they will be teaming together to start working with inner-city youth to help aid the “American Dream” through our sports and community.
In light of the dreadful Florida high school shooting, President Trump feels the FBI could have done more to prevent the entire incident if they had not been so occupied with the Russian government trying to prove his campaign is corrupt.
On Saturday evening the President tweeted:
Very sad that the FBI missed all of the many signals sent out by the Florida school shooter. This is not acceptable. They are spending too much time trying to prove Russian collusion with the Trump campaign – there is no collusion. Get back to the basics and make us all proud!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 18, 2018
How is this type of misfortune even possible?
Even last month reports claim the FBI received tips from a call indicating the suspect was hinting at a “desire to kill” during a shooting. The 19-year-old even had access to guns and was planning the attack, the tip had explained to an intelligence group. However, the FBI failed to investigate the call.
According to reports, Jeff Sessions, the Attorney General, has called for a full review of FBI and Justice department operations. “It is now clear that the warning signs were there and tips to the FBI were missed. We see the tragic consequences of those failures,” Sessions said. “The FBI, in conjunction with our state and local partners, must act flawlessly to prevent all attacks. This is imperative, and we must do better.”
Saturday, former University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish and University of South Carolina Gamecocks football coach Lou Holtz and HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson announced that they are teaming up to work with inner-city youth to achieve the American dream through sports and community work, called, What’s Important Now (WIN).
Host Jeanine Pirro asked Holtz if they would teach the children to stand for the National Anthem.
Holtz replied, “We’re going to stand for the flag and we’re going to kneel for the cross.”
— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 18, 2018