Activist Rockstar Now Says He Wasn’t Even At The School When Shooting Began [VIDEO]





VIA| Parkland activist David Hogg did a recent interview along with other Parkland students for CBS.

Many are by now familiar with Hogg’s version of what he did during the shooting.

Here’s the account that he gave the Sun-Sentinel on the day of the shooting.

From Sun-Sentinel:

Senior David Hogg was in an AP Environmental Science class at about 2:30 p.m. at Stoneman Douglas High School when he heard a gunshot.

The fire alarm then went off for the second time that day. Students started to run out of the school. Hogg said he saw a “flood of people” running toward him.

He thought that perhaps it was a drill, the code red drill that the school might happen at some time in the future.

He then said he was pulled into a classroom by a teacher, Ashley Kurth. He said she definitely saved lives.

The TV production student then started interviewing students in the closet while on lockdown so people could tell their stories.

And you can see the video of that account above.

Here are his interviews in the closet which he said were during the shooting/lockdown. You can see the same video from the Los Angeles Times here.

That’s the story as people have understood it from Hogg to this point.

Now here’s the CBS interview.

Check it out at about 4:20:

From CBS:

DAVID HOGG: On the day of the shooting, I got my camera and got on my bike and road as fast as I could three miles from my house to the school to get as much video and to get as many interviews as I could because I knew that this could not be another mass shooting.

Other students jump in immediately to say, “This isn’t about us, this is about the heroes and the movement.”

Those two statements and videos appear to differ.


While the CBS interview is confusing and suggests that he originated at home, it may be referencing that he went home and came back subsequent to the lockdown.

Here is what he previously said to Vox:

At 6 pm after the shooting, I took my camera, got on my bike. I rode in basically twilight. And I ride my bike three miles down winding sidewalks and find my way to the school, as I’ve done in previous years. All the while, I was making sure my camera bag didn’t rip open, because if you zip it a certain way, the camera falls out, and it would be destroyed.


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