I guess I'll post my opinion, I really hate doing that since everyone on here flames others for speaking out and posting opinions. If it's not fact
we all yell and scream, yet what is fact anymore? The main stream media? The internet?
I just got done reading this article:
Newtown gunman spent more than 150 rounds,
killed victims within 5 minutes
Before you jump ship - Yes it is FoxNews, but Fox is considered main stream so what I am about to question should be well documented after all it has
been 3 months since this tragedy, we all know what happened there.
Danbury State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky says Adam Lanza killed 20 first-graders and six adults using a Bushmaster .223-caliber rifle before
taking his own life with a Glock 10-mm. handgun.
I thought it was Kindergartners, not First graders, are we still confused about this story after 3 months?
A loaded 12-gauge shotgun was found in the glove compartment of the Honda Civic Lanza drove to the school with two magazines containing 70
rounds of Winchester 12-gauge shotgun rounds.
A 12 gauge was found in a Honda Civic glove compartment!! WOW that must be some small 12 gauge, but what's even weirder is he had shotgun magazines
that could hold up to 35 rounds each!!! Is that the way you're reading it? Because clearly that's what this quote is saying.
Prosecutors until now had made few details available, despite pressure to do so from the governor, who criticized leaks to the press and
lawmakers who clamored for more details as they craft legislation on mental health and gun control.
This whole article spells out in clear detail what the main stream media is trying to do; they are clearly working against facts and piecing together
crap that to any logical thinker would not make any sense, simply to push a gun control agenda.
It makes me sick that they use the tragedy of those poor children and the people who died trying to save them as a platform to take away rights, when
clearly the facts of that day are locked away and the story they are portraying is STILL TO THIS DAY mixed with discrepancies.
Read the full article, every paragraph is written incorrectly with false information. Now they're saying the guns were his, not his mothers. They're
saying he had a sick fascination with high capacity magazines (weird considering the push for gun control) and that he had his own gun safe!!
It's only my opinion, but clearly when we are faced with reading articles from the media that we hold to a high standard of truth and the great
responsibility of reporting the news and we can't even get the facts, or a somewhat decent story.
What do you think? Am I over thinking it too much? Should I not worry about being told false information when I turn to the news to give me the
edit on 28-3-2013 by gravitybender because: grammar