Conspiracy theories and speculation have swirled around the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School ever since the horrific event occurred.
But what is the real story?
A new bombshell video reveals what really happened and the truth is worse than anyone imagined.
Democrats and gun control activists have been manipulating the young victims of the shooting to push for more gun control.
But the real story was the utter failure of law enforcement on all ends.
The FBI botched multiple tips about the shooter.
And the Broward County Sheriff’s Office ignored over 30 calls about the shooter and took no action.
However, nothing could prepare anyone for the truth about what happened the day of the shooting.
While the gunman was murdering innocent students and teachers, the school’s deputy officer – Broward County Deputy Scot Peterson – refused to enter the building and confront the gunmen.
He initially claimed he took up a defensive posture outside the school because that is where he believed the shots were coming from.
But the video footage doesn’t lie.
Peterson reached the building 90 seconds after the shooting began and didn’t make a move to enter even though he knew the gunfire was coming from inside the building.
The Naples Daily News reports:
“The first minute of the video shows Peterson walking with a school staff member down a hallway in Building 1 at 2:22:21 p.m. The deputy is seen talking on the school radio on his right shoulder and running out of the camera’s view. School radio chatter is not recorded.
Seconds later, Peterson and the school staffer get picked up by someone driving a golf cart and ride toward the three-story freshman building.
While riding in the golf cart, the deputy uses the police radio on his left shoulder to notify that shots were fired in the freshman building.
Students, who are redacted from the video, are seen walking out of their classes because of the fire alarm at around 2:23:22 p.m. The students then run back toward their classrooms in Building 13, which is directly east of the freshman building.
At 2:23:48 p.m., Peterson and the school staffer are seen running toward a shaded area near Building 13 and pointing up. The deputy stops running, turns to face the freshman building and stands 25 to 30 yards from it. The shooting ended about six minutes after it started, and the deputy didn’t move from his spot.
Peterson stood by the building for about 26 minutes. He walks out of camera range at 2:50:39 p.m. and isn’t seen in school surveillance footage again.”
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel briefly became a hero of the left when he berated an NRA spokeswoman during a CNN townhall event that demanded for strict gun control
But now we know that it was law enforcement who dropped the ball and abandoned their duty to protect innocent people and stop the madman.