Brother of Parkland Shooting Victim Claims He Was Shut Out of March for Our Lives Because His Speech ‘Didn’t Fit into the Agenda’

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PARKLAND, Fla. – The brother of one of the victims of the Parkland school shooting said he was shut out of a speaking slot during Saturday’s “March for Our Lives” event in Washington, D.C.

“I was going to give a speech about Meadow and how devastated I am and how we need to make change, but they won’t allow me to put my voice out,” said Hunter Pollack, whose sister, Meadow, was one of 17 people killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14.

Pollack previously said he was set to give a speech, but wasn’t allowed.

‘I was going to give a speech about Meadow and how devastated I am and how we need to make change, but they won’t allow me to put my voice out,’ he told local10.com.

Pollock was questioning if ‘their political agendas’ were the reason behind his omission from the rally – where many survivors spoke on gun control, according to Fox News.

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