by Scott Creighton
It should “be enough” that authorities tell us something and we believe it without question, without doubt. “Unscrupulous individuals” should not be allowed to expose or otherwise “exploit” contradictions in the official stories. The investigations of the “non-believer” “jackals” must be thwarted by law before their vile sickness can spread.
This is the state of the union in Connecticut in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting according to three state lawmakers (Reps. DebraLee Hovey, R-Monroe; Dan Carter, R-Bethel; and Mitch Bolinsky, R-Newtown) who are looking to pass legislation that will prevent journalists from seeing death certificates of the children who supposedly died at Sandy Hook Elementary.
Interestingly, when one of those lawmakers (Dan Carter) was asked how many requests had been filed by journalists or “non-believers” to get the death certificates since the shooting, he had no specific numbers… but he did say “I’m sure there were some of them,”
“Isn’t it enough to know that 20 children and six adults died?” said Hovey. “During tragic circumstances, it is imperative we have laws that show empathy for those affected while at the same time preventing unscrupulous individuals from exploiting or profiting from their grief. It’s the right thing to do.”…
… Blaming overzealous members of the media as well as those seeking to disprove that the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School occurred, three state lawmakers representing Newtown testified in Hartford on Wednesday in support of a bill that would seal the death certificates of children.” News Times
Bolinksy said he “felt the outrage, the pain of observing the jackals descend upon my town clerk’s office at a time of great, great community loss.” P. Planet
Carter said the town clerk had not provided any numbers about how many requests for the Sandy Hook death certificates there had been, or a breakdown of how many had come from reporters compared to those from what he called “non-believers” in the Newtown tragedy.
“I’m sure there were some of them (requests),” Carter said.” News Times
Whether or not there has actually been any requests from independent journalists to see those reports is irrelevant. Of course reporters look to find as much official documentation in cases like these that they can find.
The fact that they drape the scary “conspiracy theorist” all over their bill as the justification is highly suspicious.
We all know that law enforcement in this case has already announced that they won’t release details of their investigation until this summer, long after gun-control bills have been introduced and passed in congress. We also know this case is instrumental in the gun-grabbing circles… just ask Piers Morgan who admitted to standing on the corpses of the children of Sandy Hook to push this agenda which existed long before Adam Lanza was used as their most infamous 120 pound patsy.
In so many ways this investigation is coming down to “We say it, so you must believe it!” and those that don’t are being derided at every turn as jackals, non-believers, unscrupulous, conspiracy theorists etc.
That’s a big red flag, folks. That not how open, civil societies work.
Honestly, that harkens back to the Dark Ages where authority was the clergy and questioning that authority was heresy. We’ve seen this taking shape since 9/11 where any skepticism of the official doctrine, no matter how silly and nonsensical that official story, was publicly ridiculed quickly, viciously and loudly.
Notice that these three lawmakers never presented this bill in the years they had before Sandy Hook in defense of all the other children murdered in their state.
Either they just didn’t give a crap about protecting the loved ones of those children, or there is something special about the deaths of these 20 kids that these three are trying to keep under wraps.
I often say that the easiest way to uncover an untruth is to look at the amount of energy expended in the cover-up.
A lot of energy being spent on this case. You have to decide what it’s being spent on.
And if I’m right, who are the unscrupulous jackals?