Brother Of A Murdered Parkland Student Not Allowed To Speak At The March…This Is His Message (VIDEO)

Andrew Pollack lost his 18-year-old daughter Meadow last week at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland when a deranged gunman rampaged through the school with a semi-automatic rifle. His daughter died saving and shielding her fellow classmates.

Hunter, Andrew’s son, and Meadow’s brother prepared a speech for the “March for Our Lives” rally in Washington in Meadow’s honor and in spite of his anti-gun control stance. However, the organizers decided not to allow Hunter to speak at the last minute.

Hunter prepared a beautiful speech about securing our schools, and the Pollack family shared some of his prepared remarks in a video on Twitter:

Hunter said: “The hatred and sickness that fuels a killer to kill innocent students is something that most of us will never understand. But that doesn’t mean it’s something we can ignore.”

He continued: “We need to be on a mission to stop these monsters before they take action inside our schools. We must demand our leaders to help those that who are sick, but we must also demand that they protect those of us that are not.”

Listen to Pollack powerful message.

It is outrageous that Pollacks were declined to speak at the protest? Could it be because they didn’t follow the radical agenda financed by major progressive organizations and politicians? This is disgusting! These survivors were denied the ability to express themselves. What about Meadow’s rights??

Meadow, died shielding another. David Hogg hid in a closet.

David Hogg is now uttering inflammatory, speciously colorful words as a tool of a political agenda aimed at placing blame on an organization who has never urged or promoted anything but the safe use of firearms by folks who legally own them.

Meadow’s father is trying to make his loss count for something positive-real actions toward making schools safe for living students, even though the above agenda-driven folks do not allow him and those who agree that there are positive ways to move forward to have a voice.

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Natalie D.

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