Video Proves Police Knew Kids Were Still Alive In Texas Shooting

Video Proves Police Knew Kids Were Still Alive In Texas Shooting

When it comes to all of these school shootings, and particularly the one last week in Uvalde, Texas, there never seems to be much in the way of actual footage inside the school despite security cameras everywhere. There aren’t text messages from inside, but the lack of footage is particularly noticeable.

That being the case, when a video surfaced from an anonymous source and was given to a reporter in the area, naturally, the media person ran with the story.

“Are you injured?” the agent asked the child, who responded, “I got shot!” 

“A kid got shot? A Kid?” an adult is heard exclaiming as the child’s voice cuts out.

Of course, this is shocking and does reinforce the mainstream media narrative that children were shot and more. However, given the number of what are called “deep fake” videos and photographs out there, who is to say that this recording is not one of them.

It could well be real, but there are so many odd things about this particular shooting that an anonymous video saying just the right thing to cement a narrative is a bit suspicious.

That doesn’t mean that it’s not being reported by outlets with pretty solid reputations even if the video appeared on CNN.

No less than the Gateway Pundit had this to say:

The newly released video contradicts claims that Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman Col. Steven McCraw made during a news briefing on Friday.

McCraw repeatedly alleged police waited to enter the building because the incident commander had considered the shooter as “a barricaded subject and that there was time, and there were no more children at risk.”

That violates the narrative as well.

What is the real truth and will we ever know it? Only time will tell on that one.

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