Really, how did David Hogg conduct his now famous and ‘hastily improvised’ anti-gun closet chat…BEFORE THE SHOOTING?!


Videos filmed by student journalist bring timeline into question

PARKLAND, FL – FEBRUARY 15: Students Kelsey Friend (L) and David Hogg recount their stories about yesterday’s mass shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 people were killed, on February 15, 2018 in Parkland, Florida. Police arrested the suspect after a short manhunt, and have identified him as 19 year old former student Nikolas Cruz. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Anti-gun activist and Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school student David Hogg interviewed classmates about gun control during what was believed to be the actual shooting.

However, unedited video shows Hogg saying he’s recording the interview at 9:32 on February 14th, 2018, almost 4 hours before the shooting took place.

Is it possible he was recording at 9:32 P.M.?

“This is Alex View, this recording is taken at 9:32 on February 14th 2018,” Hogg says. “Alex, are you ok with me recording this?”

“Yes, I am ok with you recording this,” Alex responds.

“I personally have rallied for gun rights and less control, not necessarily less control but this experience has definitely changed my viewpoint,” she says.

What experience? The shooting drill, or the actual shooting that hasn’t happened yet?

“I wanted to be a junior NRA member, I wanted to learn how to hunt, I was always fascinated by guns as a young girl, but this experience was so traumatizing to the point where now I can’t even fathom the idea of a gun in my house.”

If that isn’t strange enough, there’s more that corroborates the time discrepancy.

In another video, Hogg whispers, “An hour into school. An active shooter. It’s not a drill.”

“An hour into school” would typically be about 9:30am.

But then he goes on to say, “it’s 2:52. I heard one gunshot and we thought it was a drill initially, but it’s not.”


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