Comment: Gun Appreciation Day - Shoot This Full Of Holes. . .

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Gun Appreciation Day - Shoot This Full Of Holes. . .

Let me stop laughing, re: chastise us. . .see below.

You and I are on the same wavelength as far as survivors go. . .

It's easy enough to find where they say "three" were transported to the hospital. Some reports said there were three adults, then two adults, then two children and one adult - and the children die at the hospital. This should bring us up to, at least, four people being transported - while all of the ambulances were blocked in - for miles.

This has massive amounts of conflicting information:

Here is one injured person, who, by the way is so full of holes, due to different "reports" from different sources, I'm surprised she survived: survivor at Sandy Hook was identified as the school’s lead teacher, Natalie Hammond, 40." Shot in the arm and leg. Who was shot in the foot?

Then there is this:

This "scarred" this guy for life? He never went inside, and all he saw was chaos and a: "woman who was taken to the hospital after being shot in the foot at Sandy Hook Elementary. It isn't the police officer he saw leaving the school's interior covered in someone's blood." So, a bloody foot and a policeman with supposed blood on him scarred a seasoned firefighter for life? Maybe he needs a new vocation.

The "Newtown's Police Chief" said this: Reporter: "Did you think there was anyone there left to save?" Chief: (eyes shifting back and forth) "No."

I find it amazing that he could walk in, to an incident that only took 10 mins, and check the vitals of 26, 27 or 28 (numbers vary) human beings. He's a marvel of medicine - he's in the wrong profession.

But wait, two children were transported to the hospital - where they later died. What?! Was the Chief lying? "In addition to the 18 slain kids inside Sandy Hook, two other children in the kindergarten-to-4th-grade school were rushed from the school and died a short time later at a nearby hospital." I wonder how the ambulance got out? Or was that the one that went parading all over the parking lot on a gurney? Maybe they rolled them to the hospital?

This kind of journalistic nonsense goes on and on. . .

The price of freedom is eternal vigilance. ~Thomas Jefferson

“It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie...the greatest enemy of the State.” ~Joseph Goebbels