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Originally posted by Asktheanimals
reply to post by NickDC202
Here's a short sample, by no means exhaustive of how the story of the guns changed.
Suspect is dead - guns are either on or next to his body - how hard is it to know what they are and where they are found?
Again relying on The MSM to form a theory,yet The one thing we all agree on is the msm either lies, or is incredibly flawed.
Originally posted by Pilot
reply to post by vkey08
The gun ban isn't the point. The story still doesn't make any sense and if people are OK with being treated to irresponsible, outrageously bad reporting that simply retracts and moves on, then I guess that's that. I'm not OK with it. I would like to know how it is possible to report a dead body in a man's home and later be told that we should just never mind about all that...good god!
It's not about the gun ban. It's about the Millions of dollars pouring into Newtown, an affluent community with a County charitable fund sitting on 151 Million dollars that might be spent "healing" the families and first responders.
Instead they continue to solicit donations from the public. United Way has raised over 10 Million. Altogether these 60 or so funds have collected in excess of 15 Million dollars...when is enough enough?
Look into Sandy Hook Promise and it's partnership with Silicon Valley Angel Investor Ron Conway. It's all about the money. Gun rights was a diversion. We should all just stop paying attention now that the gun ban fell through? Please. It's just starting.