The Sandy Hook Elementary School False Flag Event
Is the US Government staging false flag events? Take for example Sandy Hook. Sandy Hook has become colloquially known as the Sandy Hook Hoax or Sandy Hoax, the first false flag in recent history to be exposed as an entirely fabricated event, replete with a fake setting (a fake school) and fake victims.
Twenty-six people — 20 students and six adults — were supposedly shot and killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. The circumstances surrounding the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting have been disputed by a number of conspiracy theories. They point to a growing amount of evidence that the events that transpired that tragic day were anything but real. They contend that the students, parents, police and emergency workers were all played by actors in this staged event.
But why create such an elaborate hoax? Some conspiracy theories have alleged that the shooting was a false flag operation staged by the United States government. Others claim the attack is being used by politicians to push through new gun control legislation, or to otherwise persecute gun owners and survivalists. Today we are going to explore what really happened at Sandy Hook.
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About Jim Fetzer
Jim Fetzer, a former Marine Corps officer, has published widely on the theoretical foundations of scientific knowledge, computer science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and evolution and mentality. A magna cum laude graduate of Princeton who majored in philosophy, he earned his Ph.D. in the history and philosophy of science. He has received many awards and forms of recognition for his teaching and scholarship.
McKnight Professor Emeritus at the University of Minnesota Duluth, Jim has also conducted extensive research into the assassination of JFK, the events of 9/11, and the plane crash that killed US Sen. Paul Wellstone.