Many students and faculty who were at Majority Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, during the Valentine’s Day shooting thought it was just a drill after they were told in advance that role-players would be conducting a fake ‘code red’ which is an active shooter scenario.

Exclusive footage in the video below shows an active shooter drill in which blanks and fake blood were used by students and crisis actors to simulate a code red.



The Hal Turner Radio Show asked citizens in and around New York City what they thought of the video below. Each and every person interviewed, was stunned. 

Annette Mantineo of Manhattan said "It's fairly obvious what they are REALLY rehearsing is a FAKE school shooting to be used for gun control."  

Joe Conti from New Jersey said "No one is telling the public this drill took place at the exact same school; they could have faked the whole thing!"

Watch the video below and then watch the second video beneath it where it is revealed there are Left-Wing TV Networks placing "undercover" adults-posing-as-students into High Schools with FAKE IDENTITIES to expose other things that are actually going on in High Schools.


Given they already had the make-up and fake wound materials at the school, how hard would it be to FAKE a "real" shooting for gun-control propaganda purposes?

But then folks ask, what about the ACTUAL dead kids?  Well, in the ABC NEWS video below, we find that TV Networks are already placing ADULTS AS FAKE STUDENTS in schools with FAKE IDENTITIES to find out what's really going on inside schools, and to "address issues" like Bullying, sexuality and other things.   


The facts proven by the videos above are making people wonder: Was the "mass-shooting" in Florida actually one giant propaganda push?



The 30 second video below shows former Attorney General Eric Holder openly telling schools to "brainwash" people about guns:


Then there's the "kids" from Parkland High School in Florida being on TV everywhere with their allegedly "grass roots effort" at Gun Control.  Turns out, though, their "grass roots effort" is actually astroturf!

“Can you believe these kids?” It’s been a recurring theme of the coverage of the Parkland school shooting: the remarkable effectiveness of the high school students who created a gun control organization in the wake of the massacre. In seemingly no time, the magical kids had organized events ranging from a national march to a mass school walkout, and they’d brought in a million dollars in donations from Oprah Winfrey and George Clooney.

The Miami Herald credited their success to the school’s stellar debate program. The Wall Street Journal said it was because they were born online, and organizing was instinctive. It wasn't. 

On February 28, BuzzFeed came out with the actual story: Rep. Debbie Wassermann Schultz aiding in the lobbying in Tallahassee, a teacher’s union organizing the buses that got the kids there, Michael Bloomberg’s groups and the Women’s March working on the upcoming March For Our Lives, doing social media promotion and (potentially) march logistics, and training for student activists provided by federally funded Planned Parenthood.

The president of the American Federation of Teachers told BuzzFeed they’re also behind the national school walkout, which journalists had previously assured the public was the sole work of a teenager. (I’d thought teachers were supposed to get kids into school, but maybe that’s just me.)

In other words, the response was professionalized - propagandized. That’s not surprising, because this is what organization that gets results actually looks like. It’s not a bunch of magical kids in somebody’s living room. Nor is it surprising that the professionalization happened right off the bat. Broward County’s teacher’s union is militant, and Rep. Ted Lieu stated on Twitter that his family knows Parkland student activist David Hogg’s family, so there were plenty of opportunities for grown-ups with resources and skills to connect the kids.

That’s before you get to whether any of them had been involved in the Women’s March. According to BuzzFeed, Wassermann Schultz was running on day two.

What’s striking about all this isn’t the organization. If you start reading books about organizing, it’s clear how it all works. But no journalist covering the story wrote about this stuff for two weeks. Instead, every story was about the Parkland kids being magically effective.

On Twitter, I lost track of the number of bluechecks rhapsodizing over how effective the kids’ organizational instincts were. But organizing isn’t instinctive. It’s skilled work; you have to learn how to do it, and it takes really a lot of people. You don’t just get a few magical kids who’re amazing and naturally good at it.

The real tip-off should have been the $500,000 donations from Oprah Winfrey and George Clooney. Big celebrities don’t give huge money to strangers on a whim. Somebody who knows Winfrey and Clooney called them and asked. But the press’s response was to be ever more impressed with the kids. 

For two weeks, journalists abjectly failed in their jobs, which is to tell the public what’s going on. And any of them who had any familiarity with organizing campaigns absolutely knew. Matt Pearce, of the Los Angeles Times, would have been ideally placed to write an excellent article: not only is he an organizer for the Times’s union, he moderated a panel on leftist activism for the LA Times Book Festival and has the appropriate connections in organizing. Instead, he wrote about a school walkout, not what was behind it. (In another article, Pearce defined Delta caving to a pressure campaign’s demands as “finding middle ground.”)

But it’s not just a mainstream media problem. None of the righty outlets writing about Parkland picked up on the clear evidence that professional organizers were backing the Parkland kids, either. Instead, they objected to the front-and-centering of minor kids as unseemly, which does no good: Lefties aren’t going to listen, and it doesn’t educate the Right to counter.

The closest anyone got was Elizabeth Harrington at the Washington Free Beacon, who noted that Clooney’s publicist was booking the kids’ media interviews pro bono, and said that a friend (not Clooney) had asked him to do it. The result of all this is that the average righty does not understand what’s going on in activism, because all they see is what the press covers. The stuff that’s visible. It’s like expecting people in the Stone Age to grok the Roman army by looking at it. 

Which brings us to Who Benefits from this "shooting?"

Notice how guns have stolen the attention from the absolute provable crimes of Clinton and Obama rigging and and trying to steal the election. 

They're so many crimes that they both committed that literally you could just pick any crime. 

Richard Nixon only dreamed of doing what Obama actually did: Weaponizing the IRS against political opponents. Weaponizing the intelligence against political opponents. 

These criminals are on the run and using every tactic they can to keep their crimes out of the mainstream news which is controlled by the DNC. 

So was the "mass-shooting" in Florida real . . . or just one big left-wing propaganda push against guns to divert attention from Clinton and Obama crimes?

You decide.