Parkland School Shooting Survivors Subject Of Conspiracies

They are "crisis actors".

An aide to a Republican state representative has been fired for repeating the unsubstantiated claims.

While appearing on "Anderson Cooper 360" on Tuesday, Florida shooting survivor David Hogg denied conspiring with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and slammed Donald Trump Jr. for liking a tweet suggesting that was the case.

David Hogg told Cooper that he was ripping President Trump because "I think I have to take it to him because politicians won't".

I won't repost the conspiracy posts here, but let's just say it was more than a few random internet users.

To the wilder conspiracy critics, the fact that the students are well-spoken and articulate seems to be evidence that all is not right.

Hogg gave a statement to Buzzfeed News on February 20 about Trump Jr's likes, which he called "immature, rude, and inhuman".

"I made a mistake whereas I tried to inform a reporter of information relating to his story regarding a school shooting", Kelly tweeted.

Delaney Tarr, who road a bus for eight hours to get to a rally at the Florida state capitol, said she made a decision to address the crowd to demonstrate her honest concerns over gun violence. "We're calling out the NRA a lot and 99.9 percent of the people that are in the NRA are responsible, safe gun owners and I respect them for that, joining an organization that wants to support safe gun ownership is excellent". "Because speaking from the heart is what we do best".

Similar clips alleging that Hogg was a so-called "crisis actor" were also trending on Facebook this morning, per Business Insider.

Hogg addressed the conspiracies during an interview with CNN.

But Corcoran, who said Harrison immediately contacted him, deemed Kellys email appalling: "On behalf of the entire Florida House, I sincerely apologize to the students targeted and again commend them for their courage through this unspeakable tragedy".

"But now we learn Hogg was hanging out at CNN headquarters in Atlanta, GA sometime Before the school shooting", the story reads.

"It's unbelievable to me that these people are even saying this, and the fact that Donald Trump Jr. liked that post is disgusting to me", the student, David Hogg, said, referencing reports that Trump Jr. liked some of the tweets propagating the conspiracy theory.

Snopes, however, notes that the source code on the entry was created on February 20, 2018. Marco Rubio, Students and a teacher all rush to defend David Hogg as a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Student.

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