Elder Patriot – There is no argument that the FBI’s handling of the events leading up to the shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School could only be characterized as grossly negligent.
The FBI had been so grossly negligent that it at least has to be asked whether they had been ordered to stand down.
That begs the questions why and who would ask the FBI to do such a thing.
Most people have never heard of the CIA’s Project MKUltra. Originally began to determine mind control methods to help our nation’s covert operatives to withstand brutal interrogation techniques, it eventually morphed into something much more sinister and the extent of the possible “benefits” began to be discovered.
Officially authorized in 1953, by 1955, project creep had expanded the CIA’s authority under MKUltra to include the development of drugs and methods:
- That promote the intoxicating affect of alcohol;
- That render the induction of hypnosis easier or otherwise enhance its usefulness;
- That produce amnesia for events preceding and during their use;
- And, that make the subject more malleable to suggestion – including perverse sexuality and violence.
When a video surfaced of a classmate saying that she was walking down the hall next to the alleged shooter after the shooting had stopped and that he seemed surprised that she thought the shooter might’ve been him that raised a red flag.
What triggered the shooter?
Lt Col Tony Shaffer (retired) is highly experienced intelligence officer who has commanded and directed several key operational intelligence organizations. He posted this after the shooting:
The common thread through every mass killing (non-terror) related is that the perpetrators we're on medication that likely altered brain chemistry – this, not guns, should be the focus:https://t.co/ninP0RkbRZ
— Tony Shaffer (@T_S_P_O_O_K_Y) February 16, 2018
Is it beyond the realm of possibility that the CIA programmed him to carryout the massacre for political purposes?
Remember only the day before the corruption inside the FBI and the DOJ targeting Donald Trump had begun dominating the news and President Trump’s popularity had surged to 49%. Immediately after the shooting began Trump’s surge no longer dominated the headlines.
Now an interview that CNN did with the son of a retired FBI agent is raising more questions than it answers. The boy, David Hogg is a student at MSD H.S. and was there when the shooting was taking place.
It’s as obvious as the nose on your face that everything David Hogg said, or tried to say, had been written for him. In a recently uncovered early cut from one of his interviews it appears he was heavily coached on lines and is merely reciting a script. He can frequently be seen mouthing the lines he was told to recite. Hogg becomes flustered multiple times and is seen apologizing and asking for re-takes:
Hogg kept requesting and getting redo’s from CNN. With the help of some editing he finally got the message he was tasked with delivering recorded:
“I think it’s disgusting, personally. My father’s a retired FBI agent and the FBI are some of the hardest working individuals I have ever seen in my life.”
“It’s wrong that the president is blaming them for this.”
“He can’t put that off on them. He is in charge of them and these people, what they love to do is push this off on bureaucracy and say it’s not them,” he said. “He is in charge of the FBI … the executive branch is supposed to enforce laws and as such, President Trump is in charge of that and the FBI.”
Hogg’s struggles were so obvious that Lt. Col Shaffer posted his suspicions to Facebook:
Incredibly, the words of an emotionally distressed seventeen year-old are being used to suggest that because he was present at the shootings, and because his father was an FBI agent, his opinion on gun control somehow is more valid than anyone who disagrees with him.
Sorry, but defending the FBI’s glaring malfeasance in this case and trying to hang this shooting around President Trump is as transparent as a pain of glass.
MSD H.S. was a gun free zone. So is Paris where 129 people were slaughtered and at least 350 people injured by mass murderers with guns in a single night. The list is endless, as the Founding Fathers knew it would be:
No seventeen year-old in a state of emotional turmoil and reading from a script can challenge the wisdom of the greatest collection of political philosophers ever assembled in one place with one goal in mind.