From Natural News
The national media is ablaze today with coverage of the tragic elementary school shooting in Newtown, CT, where 27 people have reportedly been killed, including 18 children.
As always, when violent shootings take place, honest journalists are forced to ask the question: “Does this fit the pattern of other staged shootings?”
One of the most important red flags of a staged shooting is a second gunman, indicating the shooting was coordinated and planned. There are often mind control elements at work in many of these shootings. The Aurora “Batman” shooter James Holmes, for example, was a graduate student actually working on mind control technologies funded by the U.S. government. There were also chemical mind control elements linked to Jared Lee Loughner, the shooter of Congresswomen Giffords in Arizona in 2011.
According to multiple eyewitness reports from Aurora, Colorado, including at least one caught on camera by mainstream media news reports in Colorado, James Holmes did not operate alone. There was a second shooter involved. But the media quickly eliminated any mention of a second shooter from its coverage, resorting to the typical cover story of a “lone gunman.”
Today, the exact same thing is happening with the Newton, CT school shooting.
Eyewitness reports of a second shooter now being “scrubbed” from the news
As the story of this shooting was first breaking, the news was reporting a second gunman.
FoxNews reported that this second gunman was “led out of the woods by officers” and then questioned. The original source of this report was the Connecticut Post.
A local CBS affiliate was also reporting the existence of a second gunman and said “Police believe there may be a second gunman and are looking for a red or maroon van with its back window blown out…”
ABC News also originally reported, “A second gunman is apparently at large. Car-to-car searches are underway.”
A local CT CBS affiliate was also reporting, “CBS News reports that a potential second shooter is in custody and that SWAT is now investigating the home of the suspect. A witness tells WFSB-TV that a second man was taken out of the woods in handcuffs wearing a black jacket and camouflage pants and telling parents on the scene, ‘I did not do it.’”
But the more recent stories being put out by the media are scrubbing any mention of a second gunman and going with the “lone gunman” explanation, which holds about as much water as the “lone gunman” explanation of the JFK assassination.
“A lone gunman killed 27 people at an elementary school here, including 18 children, in a terrifying early Friday morning shooting spree,” reports USA Today. It makes no mention whatsoever of a second gunman.
NBC News is also now chiming in with the “lone gunman” version of the story, eliminating any mention of a second gunman from its coverage of the tragic event.
Another story authored by NBC News carries the title, “26 dead after lone gunman assaults Connecticut elementary school.” Once again, no mention of a second gunman as reported by eyewitnesses.
When key elements of the story keeps changing, something is fishy
Journalists are trained to ask questions, and one of the questions I have right now is: Why was the second gunman suddenly dropped from media coverage after the first few hours of this story developing?
And why is there always a second gunman in these recent mass shootings that seem to be engineered to maximize emotional shock value due to the sheer horror of all the innocent deaths?
This story is continuing to develop, and we’ll keep asking questions here on Natural News. Our hearts and prayers go out to the children and families impacted by this violent tragedy. Given the terrible loss of life that has taken place here, shouldn’t we all seek to get to the bottom of WHY these shootings all seem to fit a common pattern of multiple mind-controlled shooters followed by an almost immediate media cover-up of the facts?
For the sake of those children who were killed today, I want to get to the bottom of this and expose the REAL story, for the purpose of stopping this violence from targeting yet more innocents in the future.
Gun control petition to White House gets large and immediate support
From The Hill By Jonathan Easley – 12/14/12 06:26 PM ET
A petition urging the Obama administration to “produce legislation that limits access to guns” has more than 25,000 signatures just hours after its inception.
“The goal of this petition is to force the Obama Administration to produce legislation that limits access to guns,” it reads in part. “While a national dialogue is critical, laws are the only means in which we can reduce the number of people murdered in gun related deaths.”
A petition on the White House’s “We the People” website needs 25,000 signatures in the first month of being posted to earn an official White House response. The gun control petition – initiated in the wake of the Connecticut elementary school massacre on Friday – reached that threshold in a few hours.
“Powerful lobbying groups allow the ownership of guns to reach beyond the Constitution’s intended purpose of the right to bear arms,” the petition continues. “Therefore, Congress must act on what is stated law, and face the reality that access to firearms reaches beyond what the Second Amendment intends to achieve.”
White House spokesman Jay Carney declined to answer questions about gun control at a press conference Friday, saying today was not the day to have that discussion. He emphasized that the White House was awaiting more information from Connecticut.
But the Obama administratin is hearing from some in their own party who are demanding immediate action. Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) shot back at the White House’s claim that it was too soon to start a discussion on gun control, saying he was “challenging President Obama, the Congress, and the American public to act on our outrage and, finally, do something about this.”
At a press conference, President Obama said meaningful action should be taken to prevent future shooting tragedies.
The president said “it is time to take meaningful action to prevent more tragedies like this, regardless of the politics,” an indication that Obama could be prepared to confront gun control.
Responding to Obama’s press conference, Dan Gross, president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, said his organization was encouraged by Obama’s comments.
“We were moved by President Obama’s raw emotion during his remarks today,” Gross said. “We are committed to working with him to channel it into the change that is too long overdue.”
In 2010 the Brady campaign gave Obama a failing grade on pushing for stricter gun laws.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (I) responded that Obama needs to do more than call for action.
“Calling for ‘meaningful action’ is not enough. We need immediate action. We have heard all the rhetoric before,” Bloomberg said in a statement. “What we have not seen is leadership – not from the White House and not from Congress. That must end today. This is a national tragedy and it demands a national response. My deepest sympathies are with the families of all those affected, and my determination to stop this madness is stronger than ever.”
In addition, a group that identified itself as “people affected by gun violence — parents, family, friends,” organized a demonstration late Friday outside the White House to tell the president “today is the day” to discuss gun control.
Martha Stewart tweeted: “Stricter gun control- why have we not adopted new rules and laws??? what is wrong with us????”
Actress Mia Farrow tweeted “gun control is no longer debatable” and called it a “moral mandate.”
Comedian Patton Oswalt tweeted “MORE gun control, MORE mental health services. It’s no longer a debate. Never was.”
Actor Alec Baldwin posted “One storm after another…. #GunControlNow” via his official Twitter account.
“NRA and Washington share portion of responsibility for today’s hideous shooting. We need reasonable gun control RIGHT NOW,” Funny or Die co-founder Adam McKay tweeted.
Screenwriter Kevin Williamson agreed. “We need gun control. Stop defending your right to bear arms. You’re stupid,” he tweeted.
Pop singer Michelle Branch tweeted: “Gun control people!!! My heart is breaking. As a parent this is my worst nightmare.”
“Parks and Recreation” star Rashida Jones said that “gun control is our only road to freedom” via her official Twitter account.
“Freedom from the fear of senselessly losing children. I’m so saddened. WE NEED LAWS NOW,” she added.
CNN host Piers Morgan wondered aloud on Twitter whether President Barack Obama would have the courage to “stand up to the American gun lobby.” He also tweeted the hashtag #guncontrol.
They are going to use this people. What will your response be? Better decide. -55six