It’s a shame that the questions regarding 17-year old David Hogg’s questionable behavior has been branded with the “conspiracy theory” label, because there are legitimate concerns about how Hogg is behaving on-camera. Instead of going into theories about this guy, just watch this:
It seems fairly obvious that he’s attempting to remember a rehearsed script.
Now, David Hogg is the son of retired FBI agent Kevin Hogg. Does that matter? It probably at the very least is influencing David’s blind defense of the FBI, despite the fact that they received, and failed to act on, two tips regarding the Florida shooter.
David also began pushing the gun-control narrative very early, even recording a bizarre video of himself supposedly while inside the school while the shooting was taking place. Here is a link to that particular video:
Does he seem oddly calm to you? Is this how you would behave in the midst of a massacre of your fellow students?
All this doesn’t mean that Hogg is a “crisis actor”, although there appears to be something off about him. He appears to be someone who desires attention above all else and is clearly willing to do anything in order to be on TV.
BUT, questions about his odd behavior should not be dismissed as baseless paranoia. They are legitimate, as are the questions about the lack of response to the multiple warnings of an imminent attack on a school.
Instead, the gun-control narrative immediately emerged, and the major media outlets appear to be doing everything they can to drag the survivors in front of their cameras to give an account that advances that narrative.
An event as serious as the death of 17 schoolkids should be probed and prodded with endless questions by everyone. Instead, we are being cowed and bullied into accepting the one narrative that not only absolves the incompetent bottom-feeding bureaucrats at the FBI and police department, but grants the federal government even more power over the lives of everyone else.