The girl is Emilie's four year old sister. She is either wearing a hand-me-down dress, or she had a matching dress with her sister... I really hope you are not so ignorant or conspiracy minded that you believe the shooting was "an elaborate ploy to take away our guns!!!" or some other such nonsense.
12-29-2012 09:46 AM
If it was a hoax I think it would be centered around pushing some anti gun thing. Noy reelecting Obama since he is already on his second term...
Originally Posted by The Thriller
This is the first time I have heard this.. Link??
Originally Posted by WhiskyPriest
Here is one link... with the picture's message that states "Obama holding siblings of Emilie Parker, shooting victim"
The two girls on the left are Emilie's sisters... the same two girls that are in the family portrait. While the other kids on the right are siblings of other shooting victims in Newton.
Nobody is saying it's a hoax. The whole situation cries out to the Sirhan Sirhan explanation. But does anyone notice that these shooters almost ALWAYS commit suicide or get killed nowdays, but never captured?
Interesting how many suicide shootings are commited now, as to a comparison to the past.
"If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered." - Thomas Jefferson
Yeah, going on a killing rampage before killing yourself has become all the rage, as opposed to just killing yourself. I blame Muslims.
Originally Posted by TheSilencer1313
The conclusion we can draw is the fact that at any moment something horrible can happen to you or loved ones in a completely random fashion is too much for some people to bear or comprehend - so they make up horse **** conspiracy theories like this one to convince themselves that they have control over their lives and what happens to them.
Originally Posted by Gameface
I wouldn't ever give the conspiracy mindset this much credit.
Originally Posted by candrew
I did a quick check on Whiskey's charity stuff and quickly found godlikeproductions feasting on it quicker than rice on white, **** on stink. Then I found a post on the FB page about deleting certain posts and how disrespectful the accusatory questioning was. Pretty easy for me to piece together what had happened.
GLP is a popular conspiracy website. I bet you money this photo collage comes from them. These folks see everything as wrinkles in the matrix. To them, this was a conspiracy before it happened. That's how the mindset operates.
Put some respeck in my paycheck
Originally Posted by franklin
What I find humorous is the idea that people are catching some massive super-complex overlord organization that can successfully kill Kennedy, pull off 9-11, fake a moon landing, fake Sandy Hook, and on and on and on, but is exposed to those who don't have the wool pulled over their eyes due to a little girl wearing some Wal-Mart dress.
You caught them red handed, because there is nothing that dress could mean but that this is all part of some elaborate master plan. It's always the little things I guess. And in the case of those who killed Kennedy, faked the Moon landing, pulled off 9-11 and staged Sandy Hook, it comes down to magic bullets, low dust retro-rockets, starched flags, the footprint of collapsed buildings and little girl's mass-produced dresses. How did these fools ever think they were going to secretly control the world?
They stole this gag from Seinfeld.
Over the top conspiracies theories such as this, give legitimate conspiracies theories a bad name.
You can deny all the conspiracies you want, but the JFK one is no doubt, some kind of event that is bigger than what you are told. That one is too easy.
C'mon, seriously? The guy who kills the president is immediately killed by someone else? What more do you need?