Jim Fetzer
April 4, 2018

It began when Ole Dammegard sent me an email a correspondent of long-standing had sent him, which indicated that the “March for Our Lives” had been planned months in advance of the Parkland shooting that had “officially” motivated the march, which would have been required anticipatory knowledge that it was going to happen and therefore impugn the authenticity of the event itself. Here is the email Ole received, which includes the Officer Earhardt’s email address and contact information:

At this point in time, our collaborative research has demonstrated that the Parkland shooting was a staged event, which involved the use of simulated munitions (“simunition”), which explains how it was possible for students who had been shot to experience miraculous recoveries–because they were not shot with AR-15 .223 high-velocity rounds, but with simulated bullets made out of bee’s wax and laundry detergent! When we apply the Principle of Charity to the witnesses, the pieces of the puzzle fall into place:

The Parkland Puzzle: How the Pieces fit Together

When I received the email from Ole, I decided to call to verify its authenticity on Saturday,  where I reached Officer Earhardt’s extension and left a message in order to enable him to call me back, which, not entirely to my surprise, he did not do. So I called again on Monday, leaving a somewhat more pointed message in the expectation that he might actually call, which he has not done. Meanwhile, I looked into the permit process for a major event in Washington, D.C., that would involved closing roads and discovered the procedure required submitting a Letter of Intent at least 180 days in advance of the event:

where the instructions for planning these events are rather elaborate and run 18 pages in length. My inference was that Officer Earhardt’s response appeared to be right on the mark in conformity with the permit process.  While he has not responded to me, he has responded to other inquiries initiated by the intense interest generated by the earlier email, but now changing his story to the permit having been issued on 13 March 2018:

The very idea of a permit being issued on 13 March 2018 for an event to be conducted on 24 March 2018 is not in and of itself absurd, since that might have been the date on which the permit was formally issued in response to a request submitted months and months before, as the original email implied. But the very idea of a huge event involving as many as 500,000 participants with speakers, music, vendors and the like being issued on 13 March 2018, where planning began thereafter for an event to be held just 11 days later,is frankly preposterous.

And I am not alone in my belief, where many others with planning experience have affirmed the same. As you may have noticed, Officer Earhardt claims that he confounded “March for Our Lives” in March with “March for Life” in January. But that is completely ridiculous, since in the original email he identified the event as “the March For Our Lives Demonstration, here in the District of Columbia on March 24, 2018”. He therefore knew at the time exactly which event he was  addressing–and it was not March for Life on 16 January 2018!

A cover-up appears to be in full swing, where Ole’s correspondent has received a revision from Officer Earhardt, who now claims that he “misspoke” and that the permit application was submitted on 21 February 2018 and issued on 7 March 2018, which is a completely different story than the original that appears to be the only accurate and truthful report he has made on this subject. And if the permit had been issued on 7 March 2018, that would have allowed less than three weeks to plan an event expected to draw as many as 500,000, which is similarly absurd:

No doubt, Office Earhardt has excellent reasons for prevaricating, since his paycheck and pension are at risk. Those who run these events are powerful players in politics, where March for Our Lives was conceived as a sequel to the staged Parkland event as a Democratic Party campaign commercial with its outreach to younger Americans to register and vote against the GOP and anyone who supports the President or his administration, where their motives can be seen in their merchandise:

With the collapse of the Russian hacking meme, which was made up by Robbie Mook and John Podesta within 24 hours of Hillary’s concession speech, the imminent Imran Awan trial of the DWS Pakistani IT team that spied on members of the House and the gradual but growing awareness of corrupt coordination of the DOJ/FBI/DWN/DNC, there was desperate need to change the narrative. They have faked shootings before and it has worked like a charm. Gun control has been a popular Democratic issue in the past, so they opted to play the gun-control card one more time.

Jim Fetzer, a former Marine Corps officer, is McKnight Professor Emeritus on the Duluth Campus of the University of Minnesota and co-editor of moonrockbooks.com

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2 thought on “Officer Scott Earhardt and the Great “March for Our Lives” Permit Boondoggle”
  1. So let’s see how credible Officer Earhardt is as a source of information.

    -March 28, email correspondence between Earhardt and the source for Ole Dammegard:
    Permit applied for – “several months prior to the actual event”

    -April 3, email correspondence between Earhardt and the source for Ole Dammegard , in which Earhardt says he “misspoke” in his earlier email:
    Permit applied for – “February 21”
    Permit issued – “March 7th”

    -April 3, email correspondence between Earhardt and another source, referred to above (on file):
    Permit applied for – “March 7”
    Permit issued – “March 13”

    So which is it, Officer Earhardt, if any of the above?

  2. I thought Hogg ended his DC speech really good!

    “From My Cold Dead Hands!”

    still photo:

    3 sec animated GIF:

    6 sec movie, with Charlton Heston NRA speech sound overlay,

    To tweet the movie above where it auto-plays in your tweet, add this to the end of your text, which might include “Click player for sound”:

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