Stoneman’s Theater Group Stages “Grassroots” Protests


As David Hogg, Delaney Tarr, Cameron Kasky, and Emma Gonzalez prepared for a performance on CBS, they all laughed it up.

David Hogg is a Teenlink reporter for the Sun-Sentinel, a student filmmaker and the son of a former FBI agent. The traumatized senior was in the Freshman building during the attack and said he lost friends.

He came out immediately after the shooting to condemn the President for blaming the FBI although the FBI admitted they were to blame for not following up on Nikolas Cruz after two specific warnings.

Buzzfeed reported that Hogg and the other leaders of this March for Our Lives movement are actors. “The group, who mostly know each other from the school’s theater program, began their efforts in a scattered way in the chaotic aftermath of Wednesday’s horror.”

In other words, they are theater-trained. A secretary to a Florida GOP Representative was fired for calling them “crisis actors” who don’t go to the school. They do go to the school and, while they are student actors, they aren’t crisis actors called in for this.

You can see how rehearsed these students are and how illogical their argument on this link.

Hogg claims to have interviewed students while they were hunkered down and the shooting was going on. No evidence of that has yet been presented, but we do have one question — who does that?

Shame on the left for using possibly traumatized youth for their anti-gun, anti-Trump agenda.


Buzzfeed claims students are taking action and this is grassroots. They show a photo of the students on the floor on their phones, allegedly planning. The truth is this movement is part of the Everytown anti-gun movement and it is backed by the very dangerous leftist group, the Women’s March.

A handful of kids didn’t instantly go worldwide on their own.

George Soros funds the Women’s March indirectly. Soros had given $246,637,217 to march partners during the first march, including some of the most prominent groups battling the right: Planned Parenthood, the Center for American Progress and People for the American Way (PFAW). Those donations represent just a fragment of Soros’ massive global influence.

Women’s March Youth Empower is behind the “grassroots” group. The leaders of this group are Ziad Ahmed, the youth advisor, Hannah Rosenzweig, Adam Jacobs, and Jackson Hyland Lipski. They are very aggressive and very hard-left.

Also invoved: #Enough, Rock the Vote, Teen Vogue, Peace First, Rise To Run, The Gathering for Justice, and Justice League NYC.

Emma, for one, is active in the Resistance and all the groups supporting their astroturf group.

Smiling for one of her first interviews.

First of all, the killer is to blame. It is all on him, but others ignored the obvious signs. He told people what he was going to do and could have been stopped.

The protesting students are not blaming all those who didn’t see the killer among them.

The system is broken according to authorities. All agencies involved with the killer failed, including the school, the police, the FBI, counselors, social services and others.

Illogically, the students are attacking the President, Republicans, the NRA, and the AR-15, all while ignoring the real reasons Nikolas Cruz escaped notice.

Listen to this clip. Authorities admit the system let these Stoneman victims down. They have a clip of the fight that got Cruz suspended.

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4 years ago

Greg, you are correct and your last sentence sums it up. If these are the students/children that are coming down the pike, what kind of world are we leaving behind? I shudder to think how the future will be.

4 years ago

This article gives a little more background.

“At times, Nikolas Cruz’s behavior could be a school administrator’s nightmare: Teachers and other students said he kicked doors, cursed at teachers, fought with and threatened classmates and brought a backpack with bullets to school. He collected a string of discipline for profanity, disobedience, insubordination, and disruption.

In 2014, administrators transferred Cruz to an alternative school for children with emotional and behavioral disabilities”

We can tell from this that Cruz was not really a “troubled” kid but rather a “trouble-maker”. This is NOT a “disability”, as in emotional or behavioral, but a sever lack of discipline for the lack of “self-discipline”. I would fathom to guess an “alternative school” does Not impress on a student a more rigid structure. For too long we have went the route of making the children “feel good” about themselves over everything else. It even became part of the way grades and even learning came to be defined. When there are students that are This bad and disruptive the better alternative is the method followed many decades ago. They were called reform schools.

Society has very gradually removed more and more the structure that was part of the classroom. This could be part of the problem where there is very little respect for authority. It has even permeated the press room when reporters simply Cannot be tough in their questions without being disrespectful. A society cannot function in the long term. Someone has to be the adult in the room, and these ‘children’ are not that, the media notwithstanding in their attempt to make it so.

4 years ago

Soros-Linked Organizers of “Women’s March” Selected Anti-Trump Kids to Be Face of Parkland Tragedy – And Excluded Pro-Trump Kids

4 years ago

Interesting statement from “Student activist Kasky”

Student activist Kasky mentions the students have “practiced” in a reply to someone concerned they will be taken advantage of by President Trump, “We’re not afraid of people trying to exploit us. We’ve practiced. We know their slimy tactics. Thankfully, most news networks we’ve worked with are interested in telling the right stories. I am eternally grateful for that. Keep an eye out. Thank you”.

Someone really needs to “school” these kids on the NRA. Their minds have been So polluted to the point of nonsense by the media who have demonized the NRA. Some of their demands are precisely what the NRA stands for and has helped get enacted. Chances Are, if Cruz would have went through the NRA programs he would not have committed this act in the first place.

4 years ago
Reply to  Greg

Greg, CNN’s townhall tonite will have Florida Rep. Ted Deutch, Sen. Bill Nelson and Sen. Marco Rubio plus Dana Loesch, as national spokesperson for the NRA, Dana is very smart when it comes to current firearm laws, stats on nationwide shootings and what the NRA is about, hopefully CNN and the crowd will let her educate the brainwashed idiots that get their FAKE FACTS about guns and NRA from CNN and MSNBC

4 years ago

Nothing has been mentioned whether or not Cruz had any friends in school. Enough of the students remarked that essentially classified Cruz as an outcast. Thus the question would be did his fellow students ostracize Cruz to the point of being violent. We know in previous cases the person was persecuted by others and had some relation to the criminal act. If his classmates did antagonize Cruz it wouldn’t be out of the question for those classmates to redirect their possible exposure. In this case the culprit, Cruz, has survived and we will undoubtedly learn many more details.

There is the other common thread in previous occurrences which is the use of psychiatric drugs. The warning label, as I’ve heard, includes the danger of the possibility of violent tendencies.

Instead of demonizing the NRA, its members, and all thinking citizens these “marchers” should wait until we learn all the facts.