The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports:
Photos of an AR-15 style rifle, the type of gun used during Tuesday’s mass school shooting in Uvalde, were reportedly shown at a Fort Worth elementary school on Wednesday during what was supposed to be a career day presentation.
According to a Fort Worth schools employee, a Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office deputy presented during a career day event on Wednesday morning at E.M. Daggett Elementary School. The presentation appeared to include pictures of AR-15 rifles, according to a photo shared with the Star-Telegram.
In the photo, an image of a poster titled “A Liberal’s Guide to the Deadly AR-15” is highlighted on Google Images. The poster describes the different components of the rifle. Also seen in the photo is a tab open to the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office’s website.
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The sheriff of Tarrant County, you may recall, sparked outrage in 2019 when he called undocumented migrants “drunks who will run over your children” during a press event at the Trump White House.
During “career day” at a Fort Worth elementary school one day after 21 people were slaughtered in their classroom, a Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office deputy gave a presentation on AR-15s that included a diagram called “A Liberal’s Guide to the Deadly AR-15.”https://t.co/KO5MnIxcCv
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A deputy from the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office gave a presentation to students that at some point included a photo of a poster titled “A Liberal’s Guide to the Deadly AR-15,” which detailed the different parts of the riflehttps://t.co/8JepwpjLEM
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) May 26, 2022