What the hell is wrong with people – Sandy Hook a government conspiracy?

Apparently some gun nuts out there believe that the Sandy Hook massacre is a government sponsored cover up to drum up public opinion for gun control.  So these morons have decided to harass some of the bystanders who actually stepped up and helped during the horror.

While some conspiracy theories are often bizarre yet (relatively) harmless, this one and the people who are peddling it, are just plain disgusting.  Actually, they are more than that, but I’m trying to refrain from F bombs in my description.

Sandy Hook hero harassed by callers

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4 Responses to What the hell is wrong with people – Sandy Hook a government conspiracy?

  1. Seriously, if you spend an hour looking at all the evidence out there, you’ll be a conspiracy theorist yourself.

    • Bruce, here’s all the evidence a compassionate and sane person requires:
      Charlotte Bacon, 6
      Daniel Barden, 7
      Olivia Engel, 6
      Josephine Gay, 7
      Dylan Hockley, 6
      Madeleine Hsu, 6
      Catherine Hubbard, 6
      Chase Kowalski, 7
      Jesse Lewis, 6
      Ana Marquez-Greene, 6
      James Mattioli, 6
      Grace McDonnell, 7
      Emilie Parker, 6
      Jack Pinto, 6
      Noah Pozner, 6
      Caroline Previdi, 6
      Jessica Rekos, 6
      Avielle Richman, 6
      Benjamin Wheeler, 6
      Allison Wyatt, 6

  2. Daz says:

    You’re right. I can’t think of anything to say that doesn’t involve long strings of rage-soaked invective and F-bombs. Cathartic maybe, but hardly constructive.

  3. Pingback: Sandy Hook Truthers Are Real | The Southern Humanist

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