During an appearance on Tuesday’s broadcast of Fox News’ “The Story,” Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick (R) condemned Uvalde Police Chief Peter Arredondo as not “very credible,” asserting that “most of what he has said” about the Uvalde school shooting was proven false “by actual evidence.”
As details continue to emerge surrounding the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, which left 19 children and two adults dead, outrage over the actions of the police and law enforcement officials has grown.
Throughout the weeks since the shooting, evidence has come out that has completely contradicted statements made by Arredondo, who is the Chief of the Uvalde Consolidated ISD Police Department. Parents of children within the school, citizens of Uvalde, and concerned Americans across the country have begun to call for the police chief to take accountability for his actions, and to stop trying to cover for his failed response to the shooting.