Hours after the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School claimed the lives of 17 students and seriously wounded 14 others, news networks broadcast multiple interviews with students who survived the massacre. Oddly, the networks featured the same student in every interview.
David Hogg who claims he is presently enrolled as a student in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was featured prominently in several television interviews notably in CNN, a news network closely aligned with Left wing liberals and highly critical of United States President Donald Trump.
Hogg came across as very composed and articulate which surprised many viewers considering the gravity of the tragedy he claimed he had just witnessed. Viewers noticed that Hogg tended to repeat the same lines in every interview:
“Honestly most of the time, I thought it was a drill and I think many of us thought that. We had heard things said that we were positively going to have a Code Red drill which is an active shooter drill.”
The preceding statement in particular was mentioned in a number of broadcasts and appeared to be the central point of Hogg’s interviews with mainstream news networks like ABC, CBS and NBC.
There have been videos posted of other interviews where Hogg appeared to be fumbling his lines and was being coached by someone from the network.
Viewers also noted that Hogg had appeared in another televised interview in August 2017 about a confrontation between a body-boarder and a lifeguard in Redondo Beach, California. The interview was conducted by KCBS which is an affiliate of CNN.
Hogg’s father was formerly with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) which is currently investigating President Trump’s involvement with Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 Presidential elections.
Is David Hogg a Crisis Actor?
A crisis actor is a person who is paid by an organisation to advance their advocacy in mainstream media by capitalising on newsworthy events. They are hired to appear in interviews and give carefully rehearsed statements that include a call-to-action regarding a particular advocacy.
In the case of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, Hogg and other suspected crisis actors like Kelsey Friend and Emma Gonzales highlighted the need for gun control in their interviews.
In the days that followed the shooting, students organised rallies against gun control. Emma Gonzales, a senior at Marjory Stoneman, delivered one of the most impassioned speeches directed at the National Rifle Association (NRA) and President Donald Trump:
“If the president wants to come up to me and tell me to my face that it was a terrible tragedy and how it should never have happened and maintain telling us how nothing is going to be done about it, I’m going to happily ask him how much money he received from the National Rifle Association.”
Passionate speaker or paid actor?
The Stoneman High School shooting is not the first time the issue of liberals using crisis actors came to light. In 2012, conspiracy theorist James Tracy put forth the theory that many of the interviewees in the tragedies at Sandy Hook, Aurora and the Boston Marathon bombing were crisis actors:
It seems far-fetched than organisations would capitalise on tragic events that resulted in the loss of human lives to advance their political agenda and discredit the current administration.
But the truth is the liberals and their globalist friends have seen their long-time dominance in geopolitics and economics come to an end when nations tired of their single-community policies forced a shift in the current world order.
The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Germany and Austria elected nationalists into Parliament. Spain is grappling with secessionist Catalonia. America rejected the Democrats and elected a Republican propagating an “America First” foreign policy.
Let’s not forget the changing order in Turkey, Brussels, Poland and Hungary.
Billionaire George Soros himself declared he would funnel more money into a war chest to battle the rising wave of nationalism.
For globalists whose empires are tied in to their influence in the international community, nothing could be far-fetched. It is about regaining their power by turning the tragedies of others into their personal triumph. Perhaps these crisis actors are nothing more than willing pawns whose ideals are sponsored and paid for by organisations that don’t even care about the thousands of lives lost.