Trump Supporter Who Lost Daughter in FL School Shooting Stood Up at White House and Told President What He Thinks

Meadow Pollack was one of seventeen people killed in a mass school shooting last week at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL. Despite the fact that Mr. Pollack lost his daughter to a mass murderer, the story in the media quickly became the fact that he was wearing a Trump 2020 shirt when he arrived at the school.

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Today, Mr. Pollack was at the White House and was given the chance to address President Trump directly. To say it was a powerful moment was an understatement.

Mr. Pollack, unlike many of the attendees, did not rally for gun control, but instead insisted that we need to start taking the same measures to protect our nation’s schools as we do for airports and government buildings. He called for a bipartisan effort to make that happen.

President Trump listened diligently as Pollack spoke.

Here is Mr. Pollack’s full speech (video below):

I’m here because my daughter has no voice. She was murdered last week, and she was taken from us, shot nine times on the third floor. We as a country failed our children. This shouldn’t happen. We go to the airport, I can’t get on a plane with a bottle of water, but we leave some animal to walk into a school and shoot our children. It is just not right. And we need come together as a country and work on what’s important. And that is protecting our children in the schools.

That’s the only thing that matters right now. Everyone has to come together and not think about different laws. We need to come together as a country, not different parties, and figure out how we protect the schools. It is simple. It is not difficult.

We protect airports. We protect concerts, stadiums, embassies. The Department of Education that I walked in today that has a security guard in the elevator. How do you think that makes me feel? In the elevator they got a security guard. I’m very angry that this happened, because it keeps happening. 9/11 happened once, and they fixed everything. How many schools, how many children have to get shot?

It stops here with this administration and me. I’m not going to sleep until it is fixed. And Mr. President, we’re going to fix it. Because I’m going to fix it. I’m not going to rest. And my boys need live with this. I want to see everyone — you guys look at this. Me, I’m — I’m a man, but to see your children go through this, bury their sister. That’s what I keep saying because I want to sink in. Not forget about this. We can’t forget about it. All these school shootings, it doesn’t make sense. Fix it. Should have been one school shooting and we should have fixed it. And I’m pissed. Because my daughter I’m not going to see again. She’s not here. She’s not here. She’s in North Lauderdale at … King David Cemetery.

That is where I go to see my kid now. And if we all work together and come up with the right idea — school safety. It is not about gun laws. That is another fight, another battle. Let’s fix the schools and then you guys can battle it out whatever you want. But we need our children safe. Monday, tomorrow, whatever day it is, your kids are going to go to school. You think everyone’s kids are safe? I didn’t think it was going to happen to me. If I knew that, I would have been at the school every day if I knew it was that dangerous.

It’s enough. Let’s get together, work with the president and fix the schools. That’s it. No other discussions. … I’m never going to see my kid again. … Never, ever will I see my kid. I want it to sink in. It’s eternity. My beautiful daughter I’m never going to see again. And it’s simple. It’s not — we can fix it.

Following the speech President Trump voiced support for arming school staff: