Youtube Removes Video Of Parkland Student Saying 'I thought it was a drill, police told us they were going to be firing blanks to scare us' Claims the TV News Video Is 'Bullying'
21 February 2018
The original video of the student admitting the drills was banned for violating their 'anti-bullying' guidelines (here.)
This is yet more insanity from the social-media corporate controllers. Kudos is deserved, however, to all these local TV news stations which aired the original interview footage of all these students saying that there were multiple shooters and others explaining that it was a planned drill.
Here is the video in question, re-posted on YouTube and Twitter; save it while it lasts.
Here are the three previous videos of interest:
Third Florida Student On Parkland Carnage: "I thought it was a joke, cuz they told us they were gonna have like fake, you know have people being taken away and have them scream and whatever, like a drill"
A very shaken student who was interviewed by a local Florida TV News crew immediately following the shooting says she hid in a closet and that she initially "thought it was a joke," part of a drill.
"I thought it was a joke, 'cuz they told us they were gonna have like fake, you know have people being taken away and have them scream and whatever..."
[Reporter:] "Like in a school drill??"
"Yeah, like a drill."
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