David Hogg, the newest spokesperson for gun control in the US, now appears to confused about where he was on the day of February 14th, 2018 when a gunman opened fire on students and staff at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School located in Parkland Florida.
In his own video supposedly shot at the school after the active shooter incident, David Hogg describes hearing multiple gunshots while in class on February 14th, 2018.
Strangely, in this teaser for the CBS special 39 Days, David Hogg is filmed describing being at home on February 14th, 2018 and upon hearing about a possible school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, David says he grabbed his camera and rode his bike 3 miles to the school to gather video.
That’s quite a change regarding the events he says he witnessed that tragic day. David’s conflicting account now raises questions as to how he got himself into the school that was on lockdown due to the active shooter event. Some online viewers of the CBS teaser video are already saying there’s no realistic way he shot his camera footage inside the school during the incident, because he would have been turned away by the police had he tried to enter during, or even shortly after the active shooter was taken into custody.
At the time this story was published, there has been no explanation offered by David Hogg regarding his sudden about-face regarding his actual whereabouts that day and what he actually witnessed.