Brother Of Parkland Victim Silenced By “Gun March” Organizers, Here’s The Speech He Wasn’t Allowed To Give

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Meadow Pollack was murdered by the shooter during the deadly Parkland, Florida shooting at Stoneman Marjory Douglas High School last month.

She died while shielding classmates from the shooter.

Her father, Andrew Pollack, has been an advocate for school safety over the last few weeks.

Today, he released a video explaining how his son, Hunter Pollack, wasn’t allowed to speak at the “March For Our Lives” event, which was organized by victims of the shooting with the help of Planned Parenthood and other Democratic groups.

According to the Daily Caller:

Hunter, Andrew’s son and Meadow’s brother, wanted to speak on Saturday at the March For Our Lives, in Meadow’s honor and in spite of his anti-gun control stance. Andrew says 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 it with The Daily Caller.

The family has created with the intent of building a playground and park in Meadow’s honor.

Below is part of the beautiful speech he wasn’t allowed to give:

Meet Andrew Pollack & his son Hunter. Andrew’s daughter, Meadow, was murdered in Parkland. Hunter was disinvited to speak today at the March For Our Lives. He prepared a beautiful speech about securing our schools.

You can watch it here:

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— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 24, 2018

Andrew Pollack was pictured in a TRUMP 2020 shirt when searching for his daughter after the shooting. He was criticized and attacked for the shirt.

Here is Andrew Pollack yesterday showing a photo of his daughter Meadow. At that time he was searching for her. Today he said “she’s gone.” #stonemanshooting

— Alexandra Seltzer (@alexseltzer) February 15, 2018

Andrew Pollack has been across the news cycle for being an outspoken critic of the lack of safety inside our schools.

Andrew Pollack, the father of a Parkland, Florida victim whose daughter was murdered last week, says the country has “failed our children.”

“9/11 happened once and they fixed everything. How many schools, how many children have to get shot?”

— MSNBC (@MSNBC) February 21, 2018

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