The ugly scab of the Sandy Hook is being picked open again this week in the aftermath of the social media ban on Alex Jones and his Infowars media company. Jones was one of the first alternative newscasters to reveal evidence that raised doubts about what really happened at the event billed as the most horrendous and deadliest school shooting of its time.
Here is the official narrative as spread by the mainstream media outlets:
On December 14, 2012, 20-year-old Adam Lanza entered the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, and gunned down 20 children between the ages of six and seven plus six adult staff members. Allegedly, Lanza took one of his mother’s guns to the school after shooting her dead. As first responders arrived at the scene, Lanza avoided arrest and legal consequences of his actions by fatally shooting himself in the head.
In November 2013, the Connecticut State Attorney’s office ruled that Lanza acted alone with malice aforethought and careful planning. Authorities said Lanza left behind no reason for his actions and no explanation as to why he selected Sandy Hook for his criminal rampage, other than the fact that Lanza himself had attended classes there.
The Sandy Hook shooting turned into a political win for anti-constitutionalists who oppose the 2nd Amendment right to bear arms. From Wikipedia:
“The shooting prompted renewed debate about gun control in the United States, including proposals for making the background-check system universal, and for new federal and state gun legislation banning the sale and manufacture of certain types of semi-automatic firearms and magazines with more than ten rounds of ammunition.”
Consequently, conspiracy theorists (people who wonder if other groups of people got together to plot evil deeds) and other fringe elements (people who question the mainstream media narrative) noticed discrepancies between the official story and certain facts. It began to look like the Sandy Hook school shooting was the pretext for stricter gun control laws. Analysts, including Alex Jones, stated that the incident was completely faked and no children or school staff actually died.
A true skeptic looks at all the facts available and then forms an opinion. After looking at the details involved in the Sandy Hook incident, it is easy to have doubts about the official narrative.
Consider the video interview of a grieving father who was seen laughing when he thought the cameras were off before he changed instantly into bereaved-parent mode. The images below came from a YouTube video titled “Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting” at time markers 3:13, 3:15, and 3:18:
Another critical Youtube video called “Sandy Hook Firehouse Circles” supports the theory that this alleged massacre was, in fact, a Department of Homeland Security-sponsored emergency response drill. It shows people entering the front door of the local firehouse, exiting out the rear parking lot, and taking the sidewalk back to the front door to do it all again.
Then there are other discrepancies raised in articles like “Sandy Hook Conspiracies” from Unpopular Opinion: why did paramedics remain outside the school instead of springing into action after Lanza killed himself? Why was there no blood shown in any on-the-scene images? No photo or video evidence of any dead bodies? No social security numbers on record for the dead students?
Question #20 is a very good one:
“Why was there an active shooter drill at around the same place and the same time as the Sandy Hook event? Every recent false flag since at least 9/11 has had this element.”
But the clincher is #29:
“Why did Lieutenant Paul Vance threaten to prosecute as a crime anyone who reported information that contradicted the official narrative?”
Since 2013 when he called the event “staged,” Alex Jones of Infowars has been the most vocal opponent to the official story that Sandy Hook was a real event with real people and not a false flag event perpetrated by a group of co-conspirators and paid crisis actors.
In response, on April 14, 2018, three alleged parents of allegedly deceased alleged Sandy Hook students filed two real lawsuits against Jones’ in his jurisdiction, Travis County District Court in Austin, Texas. CNN revealed the charges:
“Each lawsuit seeks at least $1 million in damages for ‘a severe degree of mental stress and anguish’ and ‘high degree of psychological pain’ the parents suffered from Jones’ coverage, in addition to past and future damage their reputations might suffer.”
More recently, on August 1, 2018, families of four students and two educators filed a defamation lawsuit again Jones and some of his associates for claiming that the event was a hoax.
Jones has moved to dismiss the defamation lawsuit on the grounds he was simply acting like a journalist. A few weeks later, Jones and Infowars were banned from four leading social media platforms for promoting “hate speech.”
Analysts who have more questions than answers about what really happened in 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School are very concerned that questioning authority has been reclassified as hate speech by the same mainstream media that insist their version of the story is true. This bodes ill for the fair exchange of valid ideas in a constitutional republic.
As for Sandy Hook, we may never know for sure what really happened there. However, subsequent many school shootings since then seem to be patterned after this atrocity, raising additional doubts and concerns. Are there really dark forces plotting and carrying out evil deeds on this scale in order to take all our guns before declaring martial law?
More to the point: why is it so terrible, so anti-American, and so intolerable even to voice such an idea?