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Keeping You Outside the Building - Parkland High School Shooting has 70 Cameras & Only 4 Released
“The short memories of Americans is what keeps these false flag attacks moving forward.”
We’re seeing Facebook, YouTube, Twitter scrubbing the eye and ear witnesses as to what contradicted the CIA-controlled narrative when it came to what allegedly took place at Parkland High School in Florida. (We found the ones that have been reposted)
Student Alexa Meidnik was talking with Nikolas Cruz during this alleged shooting.
Are the American people going to figure out the games that conspirators play?
They now have the sheeple in America’s attention off of what it needed to be on, and that was a derelict deputy outside of the high school building.
They have Americans focused in on what they want the people to be focused in on through divertive measures.
This reminds me of the John F. Kennedy assassination. Over 200 people ran to the grassy knoll where they claimed that the shots were fired from, including 2 police officers, and the television cameras diverted the viewers to the book depository (Isaiah 5:20).
They talk out of both sides of their mouths. How does this fit the anti-gunners narrative?)
It was reported that the Broward County Sheriff’s office (which has had 66 open investigations into his department from drug trafficking to kidnapping), under Sheriff Scott Israel, released 27 minutes of surveillance which came from 4 cameras from the roughly 70 security cameras at the school.
They didn’t release any videos that showed the shooter, just the ones that focused on what Deputy Scott Peterson did as chaos unfolded.
Yet, they have Americans in a debate over the 2nd Amendment? Our God given RIGHTS (Luke 11:21) are not up for debate, period.
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
"Resistance to tyranny becomes the Christian and social duty of each individual. ... Continue steadfast and, with a proper sense of your dependence on God, nobly defend those rights which heaven gave, and no man ought to take from us." – John Hancock.