Some Very Strange Facts About Gun Control Poster Boy
Some Very Strange Facts About Gun Control Poster Boy – FBI Connection, Caught Rehearsing Lines, And CNN VIP Long Before Florida Shootings By Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine
– Apparently Reporting On These Facts Is Now Comparable To ‘Attacking’ People
Liberals are having a field day criticizing some conservative media outlets for highlighting some very strange facts about the liberal media’s new favorite poster boy for gun control, but the problem is, much of the information is so suspicious that to not highlight the facts would be negligent.
THE ACCUSATIONS AGAINST CONSERVATIVE WRITERS
After the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in parkland Florida, which resulted in the loss of 17 lives, a vocal group of students started speaking out for gun control, yet some strange facts started emerging about some of those students, yet if those facts are reported on, outlets like the Miami Herald started attacking those that dared mentioned these strange facts.
The Miami Herald claims that the “political right” on social media are “attacking these shooting survivors, stating “Conservative pundits, outlets and social media posters on Tuesday hit airwaves and social media hard. Some raised absurd conspiracy theories that kids who just endured a horrifying assault are actually “crisis actors” trained to stage “false flag” events. Others questioned the motivations and political backing of students who have been praised by mainstream media, Democratic politicians, gun control groups and television stars like HBO’s John Oliver.”
The Herald targets the conservative website Gateway Pundit:
A blogger at Gateway Pundit, a far-right, pro-Trump website, wrote a piece calling one of the leading student voices “a plant.” It included a picture of student David Hogg with a circle around his head and this statement: “Son of FBI agent.” Hogg was among the first Stoneman Douglas students to appear on networks and cable news demanding tougher laws from state and federal lawmakers.
What the Herald doesn’t mention is within the Gateway Pundit article, there is a direct quote from Hogg himself from a CNN interview where he did in fact say his father was a retired FBI agent, in a segment where Hogg was criticizing president Trump for blaming the FBI for the school shooting.
“I think it’s disgusting, personally. My father’s a retired FBI agent and the FBI are some of the hardest working individuals I have ever seen in my life,” student David Hogg said during an interview on CNN.
“It’s wrong that the president is blaming them for this.”
After the shooting, it was revealed that the FBI had been warned about the shooter, Nikolas Cruz, on multiple occasions, including just a month before shooting up the school and killing 17 people. The FBI even published a press release stating they did not follow proper protocols which could have prevented the tragedy.
The New York Times headlines a piece with “Right-Wing Media Uses Parkland Shooting as Conspiracy Fodder,” despite the fact that most of the media that is reporting on Hoggs own statements and history, are not making outlandish claims, but are in fact pointing out some disturbing details about the lefts’ new poster children for gun control.
Gateway Pundit and others also highlighted an interview with Hogg, by CNN, where he was rehearsing his lines and being coached by the CNN interviewer. Interestingly, the video Gateway Pundit uploaded showing this, was removed from YouTube, with a note stating “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s policy on harassment and bullying.” The video was only a minute long, and provided no commentary by the uploader at all.
You can see where the video was removed from GP, scroll to the bottom of the article. When the play button his hit it saw it is unavailable, then when clicked to find it on the YouTube site, the following message is provided.
There are other copies of the video floating around the Internet, but YouTube has removed some from their site (at least three so far were removed after I found them to embed below and on reload, the same message as the one above shows up), for no apparent logical reason other than to prevent people from seeing the gun control poster boy being coached and seemingly rehearsing his interview lines. The original video was removed despite the fact that it was the number one trending video at the time on YouTube.
It appears Google/YouTube really does not want people to see the video, so we will continue to replace them each time one is removed, because the Liveleak version I found won’t embed, but can be found at LiveLeak.