This week in Parkland, Florida one of the deadliest school shootings in the history of the United States took place, and for once the suspected shooter is actually in custody and has confessed. However, as the public becomes aware of new details in the case it becomes more apparent that not only is the mainstream refusing to ask the right questions, but as usual they are pushing their gun control agenda.
One of the last remaining positive and unique characteristics of American culture, the belief in self defense and the right to bear arms is again under attack in the media, and like in the 90’s with PATCON and the Oklahoma City Bombing, with Waco and similiar events, a narrative is being painted to associate gun owners with Trump supporters and white supremacists. That brings us to the first item on this list.
1. A white nationalist group was randomly associated with the shooter
The New York Times released false info that will probably remain ingrained in people’s minds long after the fact that the info was retracted. It’s a trick mainstream media has been known to do lately. They report a falsehood widely, and then quietly retract it, but the misconception remains with many people. It successfully ingrains a completely false narrative into the minds of some people. They don’t have to let anyone notice the retraction.
The NY Times reported that Jordan Jereb, leader of a North Florida white supremacist group told the Associated Press that Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz had been a member of their group. It makes absolutely no sense that a sort of gang leader would incriminate themselves like that. It’s a level of self incrimination that defies comprehension. It can only be fake.
Jereb later admitted he did not know whether that was true or not. On media outlets across the entire planet, this narrative was pushed while his retraction was quietly ignored.
Perhaps someone paid him to say that?
2. Cruz was supposedly taking antidepressant medication
Did you know corporate sponsors support the mainstream media? The pharmaceutical corporations that sponsor them probably want this covered up. Nikolas Cruz was yet another mass shooter who was taking antidepressants.
SSRI antidepressant drugs, made by multinational pharma corporations such as Eli Lilly (Prozac) or Pfizer, are known to make certain people lose conscience and empathy to such a degree that they might kill a massive amount of people.
For instance, I had an experience in Houston, Texas where a man with apparently a very troubled past almost had a violent attack of paranoia right there in front of me. He was armed with a small revolver and a large knife strapped to his ankle. The man was sitting at a bus stop with me, and we had some small talk. The talk turned into his recollection of growing up rough, and how he had been prescribed several antidepressants upon being released from prison.
Out of nowhere, the man started talking about how he has PTSD that he treats through antidepressants, and said he sometimes feels like everyone is trying to kill him. Then, he reached for the knife strapped to his ankle, took it out and noted that he keeps it on him to alleviate the paranoia. Then his composure visibly changed, and he reached for a small revolver pistol in his inner jacket pocket and kept his hand on it. It could have been a shooting right then and there. I saw exactly what antidepressants can do to a person.
3. Multiple shooters were reported
A senior at the high school named Alexa Miednik gave a disturbing, vastly different account of the event in which she claims to have witnessed multiple shooters. Even stranger, she explained that she was actually speaking to the suspect Nikolas Cruz as she heard rounds being fired from a different direction.
Miednik told MattMusil at KHOU-TV: ”The fire alarm went off and the principal came on the speaker saying ‘everybody needs to evacuate right now,’ so that’s what I did.”
“As I was going down the stairs I heard a couple of shots fired, everybody was freaking out saying that it was a gun,” Miednik explained.
“As we were walking, the whole class together, I actually was speaking to the suspect Nikolas Cruz,” said Miednik, and she emphasized the word with air quotation hand gestures.
She did another interview with RT.
4. An active shooter drill occurred the same day, according to students
It has been confirmed that a fire drill had occurred that morning, but students report that they had actually heard a rumor that a “code red” practice exercise would happen.
Kelsey Friend told CNN “I thought, ‘I don’t know if this is real or fake.’”
“We had rumors going around the school that police would do a fake code red with fake guns but sounding real,” Friend explained. “I thought, at the beginning that this was all a drill…until I saw my teacher dead on the floor.”
Another student named Will Gilroy reportedly said that the students were informed of an active shooter drill that would take place at the school this week. He says that this is the reason why students didn’t take the event so seriously as they were being evacuated.
5. Cruz literally said he would shoot up a school and kill people: FBI did nothing
On September 24, 2017 YouTube user Nikolas Cruz commented “I’m going to be a professional school shooter,” on a video from the channel “Ben the Bondsman.” Ben Bennight, owner of the channel even took a screenshot of the threatening message and showed it to the FBI.
Buzzfeed News was told by Bennight that the FBI responded quickly, and an in person interview with agents from the Mississippi field office even occurred. “They came to my office the next morning and asked me if I knew anything about the person,” Bennight said. “I didn’t. They took a copy of the screenshot and that was the last I heard from them.”
People have been arrested for saying much less online. The FBI claims they couldn’t find Nikolas when he used his real name on the YouTube account, when they had his IP address and all the resources at their disposal.
He said even worse: he literally said he would kill law enforcement. Seven months ago Cruz wrote “I am going to kill law enforcement one day they go after the good people,” in the comments of a video clip from the National Geographic show “Alaska State Troopers: Armed and Dangerous” posted to YouTube.
Some people are incarcerated for simply trying to hold the police accountable: but this guy had nothing happen to him. He also said six months ago, “Im going watch them sheep fall f*ck antifa i wish to kill as many as i can,” on a YouTube video titled “Antifa Gun Club.”
In conclusion, once again many things do not add up about this story. Now the info is open to your interpretation.