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Something's Definitely "OFF" Here... Sandy Hook Victim's Father caught "ACTING". WTF!
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[quote:INK3:MV8yMDg1OTUyXzM1MTY3MDAxXzg5RkVGNDVB] [quote:Anonymous Coward 30250150:MV8yMDg1OTUyXzM1MTU0MDE5X0NCMkI5ODE3] I've been here quite a lot lately and thinking about this event when I'm not online. I'm thinking that the only way this could have been pulled off is if the entire community has been turned into a place, specifically this school and its students and teachers, where ALL the people are either globalists or of their families; rich MK ultra people, or of some other controlled species. This place may not have always been that way but maybe it transformed into such a place. It is obvious to me that this all is so fake, and so how else could they have pulled this off? [b]It can't be just SOME actors and the rest "normal" citizens. They would all have to have been together in this because IF there are normals they would certainly not sit back and watch this hoax materialize before their very eyes.[/b] Does this makes sense to anyone? [/quote] It makes a lot of sense to me as well. However, I think even though a lot of people were in on it, it doesn't take the entire town to be in on it. How difficult would it be to populate a first grade class (6-7 year olds), in a year or two? Not very, they just had to go to school there for kindergarten, then first grade. Or not even for kindergarten, many of them could have been somewhere else. Also, someone else mentioned how the "dead" children looked like models. I see that as well. For me though, the kicker is the girls on Obama's lap. That's not the supposedly dead girl'ls sister, it is her. [/quote]
SO I picked this up from another forum, thought I'd share here. Something doesn't seem right with this Robby Parker guy.
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