It is hard to imagine a more glaring example of a fake shooting than Santa Fe. How in any way does this look like anything other than a fake and a drill? Who could possibly believe that this represents a real high school shooting? It’s military and military-industrial complex, as well as law enforcement, overkill: that is overdone to the extreme, which is obviously the case from the imagery at-hand.
It was a mere drill, no doubt about it. There is no reason to be concerned about violent America’ or gun control’ or anything else related to the need to intervene to safeguard students or children.
Yet, if it could possibly get even more inane there is the video, demonstrated, here, of a person claiming he was shot through the back of the head but that, incredibly, he didn’t even realize he was shot. This type of commentary is typical of these fake shooting scams. The individual also claimed he was shot right through the back of the head, with an exit wound just beneath the angle of the jaw. Yet, despite this, he is seen giving interviews to numerous media outlets, including the local affiliate for Fox News.
Here he is stating that he had no real impact from the bullet strike so much so that he was able to do the unfathomable, which was to apparently leap over a seven foot-high wall. No one can find this plausible in the least. This is hard proof of the fake, make no mistake:
Moreover, the interview occurred a mere four days after the purported blast to the head, a physical impossibility. He would likely never have survived, let alone have made it out of both surgery and intensive care over such an incredibly short period. It is hard to fathom that anyone could find this to be true: anywhere in the world.