This is the Robbie Parker interview which has gotten quite a few views on YouTube from all of the variety of posts using it. You really only need to see the first 20 seconds or so to get what is going on here. Would someone who has just lost their daughter be this cavalier at the beginning of the interview? Is the pause and deep breathing at the beginning of the interview a means of getting into character? At the very least decidedly strange behavior from a man who had just lost his daughter at school the day before to a deranged shooter. Of course, some will just pass if off as being nervous but frankly it sure doesn’t look like that to me.
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Now, how about this acting job from our fearless “leader”? Can anyone find any real tears here? Watch it in full screen view. Blow it up if you want. There ain’t no tears! The dude is acting. And how about that ending? In the words of sprikture. Sprikture? Couldn’t read the lines because of the overwhelming grief I guess. Sorry, but this again is some bad acting.
Of course, it didn’t take him long to recover and start pushing for gun control legislation. He’s very resilient you know.
I’m not going to get into the whole Crisis Actors connection which some have made. You can YouTube search that yourselves, but between the Robbie Parker reaction and the fraudulent tears one has to begin to question what is going on with this event.
Then, of course we have media sycophants like Piers Morgan and two year intern at the CIA Anderson Cooper who are either attacking gun ownership or Sandy Hook questioners adding to the mix.
Recently, documentary maker Mark Howitt created a full length video on Sandy Hook called very simply, Sandy Hook- The Documentary. You can watch that online for free if you want more details on this event with an eye to questioning the official story.
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