The Roaming Fake Blood Stained Golf Cart of the Parkland Florida Shooting Hoax
What in the world is the purpose of the roaming golf cart in the purported Marjory Stoneman Douglas School shooting? Supposedly, this was in order to transport the potentially mortally wounded from harm’s way.
You’d think that this would be too hard on the average shot-up individual. With those agonizingly painful, gaping wounds, with a blast shot from a close-up strike of an AR-15, surely, someone would have been screaming in pain from such transport. Why were no screams heard?
Nevertheless, it surely couldn’t have been assigned to any role by legitimate medical people. Surely, such medical individuals, EMTs and others, would have followed protocol and have transported the wounded in a safe, secure manner: on gurneys directly into ambulances, not via a potentially germ-infested cart.
Here are the proper protocols for transport of patients with penetrating wounds from EMT sources themselves:
You move the patient into the back of the ambulance, grab a quick set of vitals and begin rapid transport to the trauma center seven miles away.
Primarily, they would try to control bleeding by applying pressure, strap the patient on a backboard, probably with a cervical collar, just in case there was a fall involved.
Does anyone see any applied pressure or elevated limbs? What about rapid-fire IV lines? Why are none placed?
The above shows the cart actually being in use. In the imagery available, this was actually quite rare. Most of the time it was parked here and there.
With some 17 bleeding out and another 20 or so wounded, couldn’t the cart be put to better use than sitting there on idle?
What is the pysops agent doing, guarding the fake blood? No matter how many ‘victims’ were transported in that cart the fake blood pattern remains the same.
Here it is in another place, still retaining its arch-fake tempura paint coating.
There is additional pain on the entrance. It seems that it was spread about by a broom.
What about these ‘blood’ stains? In fact, they are not stains at all but are, rather, markers:
All three red marks are the same. This is mere spray paint, marking out the areas for staging: all for camera-shoot purposes as well as to organize the fake triage. One again, no actual emergency procedures are seen such as the placement of an IV line or application of pressure.
The identifying markers can also be seen, here:
This is hard, absolute proof of staging, meaning all claims of actual deaths and injuries are false. This, then, reveals the scope of the plot, which is an arch-scam to impugn the inalienable rights of the people.
Here is a video early in the staging, where the cart can be seen. There is a person acting as if she can’t walk, as if she was shot. Why make her go through that agony. Why not put her in the cart?
The video shows a small segment on the cart’s whereabouts. While viewing, there is another curious scene. As the helicopter comes upon the SWAT team, the SWAT agent is at-ease. His colleague speaks to him, and, then, only then does he raise his gun up.
In the video, it is there, again, but, still, it’s empty. What good is it? At least they could place a corpse or two in the back-end for transport.
As well, notice the director, center of screen. Throughout this drill the students were directed in their activities and movements by militarized personnel. Nothing occurred, here, spontaneously.
Additionally, despite easy access for all emergency vehicles trucks were also used. If the truck could get there, why not bring on the actual ambulance?
It says she was being attended to. There are no EMTs on the truck.
There was the same triage zone that is rarely seen in the imagery. Here, too, the cart is found. It is said that this was right after the reported shooting went ‘live.’
Here it is, again, same red marks, perhaps dropping off the person now in the gurney. By the way, what happened to the red tent? It did not stay up for long. Also, notice the red tarp. What happened to it?
Clearly, the tent and tarp were removed.
Perhaps, the readers, here, can find other examples of the wondering cart. Sure, it will be said that, ‘Oh, but it was dangerous out there, too dangerous for the EMTs. The wounded had to be transported by armed men.’ This is mere excuse-making. It is obvious that there were no real gunshot victims in these scenes. It is also obvious that with trained EMTs on-hand, that the transport and care of the wounded should have been in their hands.