Andrew Pollack is a father who lost his daughter, Meadow, in the Parkland school massacre. She was shot nine times by the insane attacker.
Powdered Wig featured Andrew in an article in the immediate aftermath of the Valentine’s Day tragedy. Frantically searching for his daughter, Andrew was photographed wearing a “Trump 2020” t-shirt which sent liberals into a brutal hatefest on Twitter. One tweet read, “I don’t feel sorry for him and fuck trump.” Link to that article…. As sick as it gets! Andrew also gave an impassioned speech at the White House demanding increased school security.
In a Sunday interview with Chris Wallace, Pollack dressed down the Fox News anchor for being a ratings whore, emphasizing gun control instead of the real problem as he sees it, school security.
Andrew Pollack: “It’s not going to be fixed, because I just heard what you said, what you’re focusing on, polarizing this event, the murder of these kids. You’re talking about gun control. I just had to listen to you and Governor Scott talk about gun control….
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You didn’t say one thing about fixing it. The American people, we could get together on school safety. But when you polarize it, this event, and every other media, we don’t care about gun control right now. That’s a big issue in the country and you’re not going to get everyone together on it. But, we’re going to get everyone together on fixing our schools. And, I just listened to you. You didn’t mention one question to Governor Scott about ‘what are we going to do about the security for our children? How we gonna’ do that?’ You’re just talking about gun control which is just gonna’ give you more ratings….
It’s not about guns. It’s not about guns now. Today, it’s not about guns. It’s about the safety in our schools. And that’s what you ask Governor Scott about and I gotta’ listen to that at my house.
My kid’s not here because the schools weren’t safe. That’s the main thing. You go into a courthouse, the judge is safe. The stenographer’s not worried someone’s coming in with a gun because they can’t get in with a gun. We people, we just want our schools safe. We don’t want to talk about guns right now.”