Here is part 1 of the brutal fight at @browardschools.
The Promise program implemented by Obama & supported by @RobertwRuncie has allowed kids to go undetected/unpunished in the school system.
These diversionary programs led to the murder of my daughter and 16 other kids. pic.twitter.com/3BlbFTYTD0
— Andrew Pollack (@AndrewPollackFL) November 14, 2018
What about the incidents that don’t go viral?
Via Daily Wire:
A high school sophomore at Monarch High School in Broward County, Florida was arrested late last week after a video of her allegedly beating a fellow classmate went viral.
The incident, which happened on November 9, “shows two girls exchanging words before one of them repeatedly punches the other, pulls her hair and slams her head down on a classroom desk as dozens of students watch,” WPLG Local 10 News reported.
The 15-year-old suspect was reportedly issued a civil citation and was not criminally charged because Broward County adopted the PROMISE program, which is an Obama-era program that seeks to significantly lower punishments for crimes committed by students.
The suspect was arrested nearly a full week later on November 15, after Andrew Pollack, who lost his daughter in the tragic Parkland shooting earlier this year, shared the video on social media and turned it over to Coconut Creek Police and not the Broward Sheriff’s Office.