Skip to comments.United Way: No, we didnít know about Dec. 14 Sandy Hook shooting in advance
Posted on 01/08/2013 9:36:27 PM PST by Nachum
The United Way of Western Connecticut said it rejects conspiracy theories claiming it knew about the Dec. 14 Newtown, Conn., school shooting three days in advance and leveraged that knowledge to raise money.
Its preposterous, executive vice president Isabel Almeida told The Daily Caller Tuesday, dismissing what she called a flawed Google search result that suggests her organization issued a statement of condolence and launched a support fund for the victims families on Dec. 11.
That fund has raised more than $6 million, the group reported Jan. 4.
That being said, In a world of Islam, dying for a cause is the greatest glory and honor. My fear is that we may be members of Islam, even if only by proxy.
Of which a grand total of $24.36 will be distributed to the families affected.
“The reason I am suspicious of Newtown is because there has been no new information from the police in weeks now”
We know all about the weapons that did it. That’s all the news we are allowed to know.
Don't worry. Embarassment is not likely. After expenses, they'll actually be distributing $24.36. That's how United Way works.
Amazon seems to have a few (some are *pricey*). The best review I saw was for one called Raggle Taggle written around 1929.
Ugh. I didn’t place Mengele (other than being associated with Hitler) until I googled it. Gypsies (esp Mediterranean ones) interest me somewhat. Monsters & psychopaths, I tend to avoid.
Not at length, but you can find her picture by doing an image search for “sandy hook victims”.
I took a look and the reason for the behavior was immediately obvious. Parker is not a socipath, he is clearly a narcissistic personality displaying one of the defining symptoms of narcissism, inappropriate affect.
Read here for a fairly simple explanation of the narcissist's method of dealing with possible emotional pain...
He is a damaged personality, probably has been all his life. The world is full of such people, some of them very successful.
His behavior is not at all indicative of any sort of conspiracy except perhaps to those with no understanding of psychological or mental illness and those who are just kooks who see conspiracy in corn flakes.
Well, this isn’t going to help him ‘none’. Bookmarked. Thanks.
The makers of some of these hoax videos think we are all stupid.
That family picture is probably a year old — a 2011 Christmas picture. Just look at the youngest and compare her to the one hanging on Obama’s lap — there’s about a years difference between the two pictures.
And that 2nd oldest next to Obama is not 6 years old. She’s just wearing her sisters hand me down dress and has her hair combed like her sister.
Some of these hoax videomakers are worse than the LSM.
It’s nonsense — #69
That’s a medical examiner??? How can he not no what caliber the bullets were?
And anyone who questions what’s going on, only has to watch the Carver antics during his interview. Something IS seriously wrong.
...how-ever, when you study the unedited interview, he seems a little more ‘normal’
The AGW crowd kept the lie alive long enough that the president believes in global warming, as does almost every democrat lawmaker, and about half the republican lawmakers, and most of the college professors, and maybe half of the scientists that provide science news...
Actually, there is a case to be made that the AGW conspiracy is ongoing and pretty sucessful.
AGW is believed not so much because the lies were effective, but because those who believe it want to believe it.
It’s called confirmation bias, and its something all humans are subject to. Even conservatives will jump on a “fact” that confirms something they want to believe. Some stories are just too good to check.
I freely admit that I have succumbed myself more than a few times.
Thanks for posting that interview in its entirety. That helps. As he said it is only the 2nd interview he has ever given in 33 years — and that can easily explain his nervous twitching mannerisms. It puts some of my questions to rest.
You may very well be correct.
That’s certainly a more reasonable explanation than a massive conspiracy.
I’ve been known to act inappropriately myself a time or two, but there’s no way I can imagine myself acting remotely like this under similar circumstances.
My mom is a psychotherapist and we all learned to identify certain behavior in a clinical manner. And, my first wife was a clinical narcissist. It is a condition with which I am very familiar. Parker’s act was textbook behavior for this type of personality disorder.