Fake News Story: Ft. Lauderdale Airport Alleged Shooting
NO MOTIVE. NO MOTIVE. NO MOTIVE. NO MOTIVE. NO MOTIVE.
The shooter is now “in custody.”
Shooter supposedly was military (Puerto Rico National Guard, was allegedly deployed to Iraq from P.R. National Guard and served between April 2010 through February 2011).
He also supposedly served in the Alaska Army National Guard and was just discharged in August of 2016. Shooter supposedly stated that “US intelligence infiltrated my mind, forced me to watch ISIS videos.”
The media is making the connection between this patsy “lone gunman” and ISIS.
Shooter is supposedly “mentally ill,” allegedly told FBI on November that he was being “forced to fight for ISIS” by the military. There are stories that the shooter’s brother called the FBI and told them the shooter was mentally ill. (How did the brother know who to call, and why did he call so quickly?)
The news videos and still photos of this Ft. Lauderdale Airport shooting story show scenes of an obviously staged military or police DRILL; that is, some kind “active-shooter drill.” Not a real event.
There is no serious emergency (or urgency) observed in any of the news media films and videos covering this Ft. Lauderdale Airport story.
This story happened in Florida. It occurred just 6 months after the FAKE, 100% HOAX Orlando Gay Nightclub story, also in Florida.
Just two days ago (January 4, 2017), Florida Law makers introduced a new gun control bill into the Florida state legislature, so this airport story is now being foisted on the public so as to boost demand and support for stricter gun control in Florida.
In other words, it is not a coincidence that the mainstream media is pushing a FAKE NEWS story about another “mass shooting” in Florida only 2 days after the Florida gun control bill was introduced.
Nathan Bickel, Moral Matters 3 Comments
[1/11/2017 2:14:32 PM]
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