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In this Good Morning America broadcast, Stacy Lippel, a teacher at Marjory Douglas gives eyewitness testimony (she was even nicked by a live bullet) regarding the appearance of the shooter. She testifies that he was dressed in full body armor and Lippel thought he was a cop and wondered what the hell he was doing walking up and down the hallways shooting into classrooms through the little rectangular windows in the doors.
There is no way that the shooter could have been Nikolas Cruz because according to the timeline provided by the Broward County PD, Cruz arrived at the school in an Uber ride, and started shooting within two minutes of arriving. There is no way someone can haul a full body armor suit in an Uber car, and then squeeze into it in two minutes. Besides, another student witness, Alexa Miednik, testified that she was talking to Cruz when the shooting started and that he wasn't carrying a gun or dressed in body armor.
Since we can discern from this testimony that Cruz is probably not the shooter, who was? Why aren't they showing us the surveillance camera footage? Even with the Columbine shooting, stills were provided clearly showing Klebold and Harris were the shooters; why not provide stills showing Cruz is the real killer?
Parkland school shooting survivor turned activist David Hogg seems to be having trouble with his lines in this "interview." You can clearly hear a producer encouraging David Hogg and coaching him on what to say. Kind of makes you wonder whether all the "grassroots gun activism" after the Parkland shooting is nothing but more Soros-bred astroturf, no?
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On Valentine's Day, the nation learned of another tragic school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The students of that school have experienced the horror of seeing a crazed lunatic gunning down their friends, classmates, and teachers. Families have been shattered, lives have been destroyed, and a Florida town will never be the same.
Naturally, the Left has been demanding a "national conversation" on gun control ever since the first shot was fired at Stoneman Douglas High. I agree with the Left when they say something must be done to prevent school shootings. The sad fact of the matter is that none of the "solutions" that the Left has proposed will work. The only thing increased gun regulations will do is remove guns from the hands of law-abiding citizens.
There are, however, three things that we as a nation can do to help stop school shootings.
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