“Undebunkable”: More Proof of Sandy Hook School Shooting Psyops

February 13, 2014 – Truth News International / tigerwolfe

That the official story about what happened in the Sandy Hook elementary school on December 14, 2012, is not a factual account of the events has already been proven countless times. Videos like this ones where an alleged father of a victim is seen laughing and faking his grief seconds before going live on TV speak for themselves:

Video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-UfCr2VE_I

As does this one:

Video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1yfJDCMU64

In fact the whole official narrative had already been slam dunked back onto the desks of the staged event managers the same day, including the desk of Paul Vance of the Connecticut State Police.

However there is some other important, irrefutable and undebunkable information we want to share here today, first of all about at least 13 Facebook pages that had been created regarding the Sandy Hook events.

Not only were they created on the same day, it turns out that ALL of the 13 Facebook pages mentioned below are managed by one and the same person or group of persons who helped in the staging of the events.

ALL 13 of the Facebook pages have their last two updates posted on March 10, 2013, and January 19, 2013, at the time of publishing this article.

In addition, the Evergram.com page that they all refer to is marked as untrusted or spam, which is odd when the Sandy Hook event would be so very real and dramatic.

There’s also this. What does the Anti-Defamation League have to do with the staged events at Sandy Hook whereby an exercise was being held on the same day simulating the exact same event? Just like it was the case at the Berrendo Middle School shooting in Roswell, New Mexico last month.

Why did the Anti-Defamation League provide a phone number to the Chicago Tribune to be used to investigate a Sandy Hook “conspiracy theorist?”

In case you still believe the official narrative to be true, today would be a good day to change your mind.

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