And now for the bad acting... again. Interestingly enough, the name "Parker" comes up... again.
Supposedly, the guy on the left, just had his beloved girlfriend shot to death and the guy on the right, likewise just had his beloved daughter shot to death.
No tears or even a red face from either of them as the interviewer struggles to coax an emotional response from the audience with her stupid and leading questions.
Here are some interesting quotes:
"My grief is unbearable" alleged Father ( who doesn't shed a tear )
"I'm not gonna let this issue drop. We've got to do something about crazy people getting guns." alleged Father
"...I'm gonna do whatever it takes to get gun legislation..." fake Father
"...Don't let this go, don't let it slide." fake Father ( re gun laws )
“We had a love that burned white hot,” Hurst, alleged boyfriend who doesn't have so much as a red face
"She was a story teller by profession..." Hurst about Alison (out of context... or was it...?)
"James Madison University immediately decided to open up a scholarship fund... that is now accepting donations..." Hurst
"... clearly something went wrong here between him leaving our station and being able to purchase a gun and commit a premeditated act..." " ... there had been ample time before hand where many, many other things went wrong. Those need to be addressed....(re gun laws)" Hurst, fake boyfriend
"Before Adam died, he actually pointed his camera in the direction of his killer so there would be photographic evidence of the man who took his life, it's just speculation..." Talking head (
11:34am (day of event) Hillary Clinton writes on Twitter "(h)eartbroken and angry. We must act to stop gun violence and we can not wait any longer."
12:00pm Whitehouse spokesman Josh Earnest deplores the murders and calls for Con-gress to pass gun-control legislation.
After watching this, it's clear that this hoax just bangs the same drum as Sandy Hook... namely medication for the mentally ill and stiffer gun control... lobby, lobby, lobby
Coincidentally, the fake father Andy Parker states that he is an "actor".
1979 – 1985 (6 years)Greater New York City Area
Appeared on Broadway in "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas", and "Pump Boys & Dinettes" at the Kennedy Center along with numerous regional stage credits and regional and national TV commercials.
Alison Parker's profile on Linkedin:
And fb page: