Student Recieves Death Threats

Christine Wandel was snarling at me as she used the students to defer the revelations about the Russian Troll Factory. She had asked me not to use her name in my blog, several times, and I was confused. I didn’t know she had become a White Supremacist. She did not want me to soil her Aryan name with my left-leaning ways. I should have known when she wanted to get a gun. She wanted to shoot her neighbor who was a Latino. She raged against minorities. I told her she had to stop listening to Hate Radio. But, that was not it. She had been listening to Trump. She couldn’t wait to call me a ‘Snowflake’ when he won. Fuck her! What a racist witch!

Jon

The family of 17-year-old Parkland, Florida shooting survivor David Hogg is reportedly receiving death threats from pro-Second Amendment individuals due to on online conspiracies claiming the student is a crisis actor put in place as part of a false flag attack against gun rights.

As reported by the Washington Post, Hogg — who has made a name for himself by passionately calling for gun control since surviving the shooting — has been targeted by conspiracy theorists since his initial TV interviews discussing the mass shooter who gunned-down 17 people at his high school.

While Hogg is not the only student survivor who has spoken-out about gun control, he was especially attacked after a clip surfaced of him supposedly “rehearsing” lines for an interview, when in reality he was simply prepping for the segment. Additionally, Rebecca Boldrick — the student’s mother — told the Post that her family is receiving death threats on the internet.

“I’m under so much stress,” Boldrick said regarding the threats. “I’m angry and exhausted. Angry, exhausted and extremely proud.”

The conspiratorial site responsible for pushing the claim into the mainstream internet was right-wing blogger Jim Hoft’s Gateway Pundit. “Immediately, these students-turned-activists threw up some red flags,” claimed the blog.

The attack on Hogg, which was written by Lucian Wintrich, continued:

“Adding to the credibility of Hogg, 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. Frequently seen in the footage mouthing the lines he should be reciting. Hogg becomes flustered multiple times, is seen apologizing, and asking for re-takes.”

[images via screengrab]

 

 

The family of 17-year-old Parkland, Florida shooting survivor David Hogg is reportedly receiving death threats from pro-Second Amendment individuals due to on online conspiracies claiming the student is a crisis actor put in place as part of a false flag attack against gun rights.

As reported by the Washington Post, Hogg — who has made a name for himself by passionately calling for gun control since surviving the shooting — has been targeted by conspiracy theorists since his initial TV interviews discussing the mass shooter who gunned-down 17 people at his high school.

While Hogg is not the only student survivor who has spoken-out about gun control, he was especially attacked after a clip surfaced of him supposedly “rehearsing” lines for an interview, when in reality he was simply prepping for the segment. Additionally, Rebecca Boldrick — the student’s mother — told the Post that her family is receiving death threats on the internet.

“I’m under so much stress,” Boldrick said regarding the threats. “I’m angry and exhausted. Angry, exhausted and extremely proud.”

The conspiratorial site responsible for pushing the claim into the mainstream internet was right-wing blogger Jim Hoft’s Gateway Pundit. “Immediately, these students-turned-activists threw up some red flags,” claimed the blog.

The attack on Hogg, which was written by Lucian Wintrich, continued:

“Adding to the credibility of Hogg, 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. Frequently seen in the footage mouthing the lines he should be reciting. Hogg becomes flustered multiple times, is seen apologizing, and asking for re-takes.”

[images via screengrab]

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