Please do not go with the crowd.
There are reports that Hogg was a reporter for the school media department, a position he could have been planted into as part of the preparation for the shooting, if in fact it was one of their pre-planned false flag events targeting the American people and our Constitutional rights and innocent children for political gain. Nothing is beyond the possibility or even probability for the anti-American left.
Hogg isn’t very good a memorizing his lines, as is shown in the Tweet in which his errors and rambling sentences forces him to restart multiple times, to the point of the video being worthless for anything other than evidence casting doubt on the actor’s legitimacy.
In the last video of the “confiscation couple” Hogg describes how tired he is, bemoaning the limited amount of sleep he’s gotten with his newfound fame and celebrity as the left’s post-shooting darling. He makes the claim that, “If we could just be nobody still, that’s how I’d prefer it. I would want everybody to be doing this on their own,” claiming that he and his bobble-head dudette co-conspirator have to “sadly, stand up and take charge.” He’s making that claim so as to not appear to be enjoying the fame, to bolster his marginal credibility. He may be sad his friends had to die for their political agenda to move forward, and he may wish that it hadn’t had come to this, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t think it was worthwhile or that he wasn’t on standby waiting for the trigger to be pulled on the false flag.
As the hero of the anti-American left and Hussein Obama, Saul Alinsky, declared, the end justifies the means. It’s the method the left’s evil operatives use to remove any sense of guilt and remorse for what they’ve done and what they’re plotting.
Maybe what they’re telling us is all true – and just maybe, in Redondo Beach and Parkland, pigs can fly.