It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. I have to tell you that I don't believe the narrative of the Sandy Hook tragedy. Sorry, but nothing makes sense in the narrative. It just is not logical from what was presented.
I am not a tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorist. I am not saying Israel did it, or that it didn't happen like some loons say, or that the government was behind it. I am not claiming to know what totally happened, other than from the get go it never made sense - the news being delivered that is. As I watched things unfold I was like "how do they know?", "why aren't they crying?", "that's not possible". I usually don't react that way...but others obviously said the same thing.
I do believe though that the media and government have used this to further their anti-gun agenda. I find that disgusting to say the least. That's another story for another time.
I've been engaged with seeing stories both for and against. I notice that people who have questions, like myself, are called crazy for asking questions. Seriously what is wrong with asking questions? I don't get that. Oops there I go again...asking another question! Crazy!
Some people are mad at me. Some won't talk about it. Some have their own ideas and even their own agendas. Some say it is insensitive to question what happened.
Insensitive? That horrible tragedy deserves the truth. Those children's legacy deserves the truth. If the narrative is the truth...so be it. It just needs to be presented without huge holes. There are way too many people who are asking the same questions - things just don't jive.
The media is now on the prowl trying to debunk things. But really all they have done is call the questioners crazy, and provided potential assertions to those questions being false - without facts.
Where is the evidence that they are reporting? I haven't seen it. I just know innocent people were killed, and all the so called facts represented, do not make sense. Why?