It is not about Gun Control!
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On January 14, 2013, a group of the parents organized the Sandy Hook Promise and held a press conference to state their justifiable objectives, the prevention of future gun violence. On March 19, 2013, The Hill reported that Director Robert Mueller indicated that the number of requested background checks for gun purchases had dramatically increased since the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Background check requests, based on gun sales, from licensed gun dealers has risen from an average of 54,000 each day to a current level of 81,000 every day since the shooting and they had to increase their staff in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), organized by the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act of 1993, Public Law 103-159, from 300 to 500. Some people suggest that the government orchestrated this event in order to impose restrictive gun legislation with the ultimate goal of seizing the nation's guns. Orchestrated or not, Rahm Israel Emanuel (a dual citizen), currently the mayor of Chicago, said in November 2008, “You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it's an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.” Of course, politicians will exploit the event, while protecting certain corporate connections.

Smallstorm, in her video, talked about the dimensional quality of entertainment television. She said that individuals edit and piece together new stories. Just before 11:00 into Peter Klein’s video, she explains how editors creatively work with video in order to influence the viewer. This is, of course, applicable to anyone who creates a video. Certainly, the MSM edits and arranges imagery and text, as most video makers do. Now, regarding the guns that Lanza had, officials found three different weapons inside the school: A Bushmaster .223 caliber Model XM15-E2S rifle with a 30-round magazine; a Glock 10-mm handgun and a Sig-Sauer P226 9-mm handgun. They found an Izhmash Canta-12 12-gauge shotgun in Lanza’s car in the school’s parking lot. The video claims that Lanza had two Glock pistols; see the image and text directly below.

Lanza in vest
Video 2: at 9:05 minutes. Of course, Adam as shown here, might not be able to handle the task.


Klein shows a much younger, very innocent-looking Lanza as Smallstorm describes him as a light-weight, 20-year old youth. In the bus scene, Mark S. Mann, said, based on the recent pictures that he had seen, that Lanza looked to be about 150-160 pounds and claimed that he had 40 plus pounds (actually 31 pounds) of weapons and ammunition, and entered the school without any video surveillance taking place. Smallstorm claims that he was in full body armor but the official CSP spokesman, Lt. J. Paul Vance said he was wearing a utility vest, not a bullet proof vest. "It was a fishing type vest, a jacket with a lot of pockets; it was not a bullet-proof vest." Lanza shot each victim 3 to 11 times, a relatively easy thing to accomplish with a group of huddled, frightened children. He was not shooting at singular distant targets.  

Not an assault rifle Report of the State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Danbury, prepared by Stephen J. Sedensky, dated November 25, 2013 states on pages 5 and 9, "On the morning of December 14, 2012, Adam Lanza, the shooter, age 20, went to Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES) in Newtown, Connecticut, where he shot his way into the building and killed twenty children and six adults and wounded two other adults, all with a Bushmaster Model XM15-E2S rifle. The shooter then took his own life with a single shot from a Glock 20, 10 mm handgun in classroom 10." On page 9 of the report it says that on December 13, the student enrollment was 489. On the day of the shooting there were 82 staff members; usually the number was 91 but there were 9 absent that day. The intercom system could be accessed from nine phones located in seven rooms. There were three phones in the main office, the principal’s office, the nurse’s office (room 57), room 9 (conference), and rooms 29, 32 and 60. The “All Call” which opens the intercom to the entire school was accessed by pressing “#0” from the telephones mentioned. The All Call-except quiet rooms was accessed by pressing “#1.” On page 18 of the report it states, "The ammunition used by the shooter in the Bushmaster rifle has been described as .223 caliber, 5.56 mm NATO and 5.56 X 45. All of these descriptions are for similar bullets (cartridges) that can be fired from the Bushmaster rifle. The ammunition that the shooter used in this case for the Bushmaster bore the stamp “S&B 60 5.56 X 45” on the base of the cartridges and will be referred to as a 5.56 mm round."
Photo taken at school On pages 22-23 of the summary report, it says, "Responding police officers found the shooter in classroom 10 northwest of the hallway entrance dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. He was wearing a pale green pocket vest over a black polo style short sleeve shirt over a black t-shirt. He had yellow colored earplugs in each ear. He was wearing black cargo pocket pants, black socks, black sneakers, a black canvas belt and black fingerless gloves on each hand. He had an empty camouflage drop holster that was affixed to his right thigh. After all of the victims were removed from the school, the shooter’s body was removed once all firearms and ballistic evidence were recovered from his person. The body was moved to the OCME on December 15, 2012." "On the shooter’s person was a loaded semi-automatic Sig Sauer P226, 9 mm pistol and additional ammunition. Located near the shooter was a partially loaded Glock 20, 10 mm semi-automatic pistol that appeared to be jammed." "The Bushmaster rifle was found with the safety in the “fire” position. There was one live 5.56 mm round in the chamber and one PMAG 30 magazine in the magazine well. The magazine contained fourteen live 5.56 mm rounds of ammunition. The rifle did not appear to have malfunctioned when observed by the WDMC van unit, but a CSP-ESU report described the weapon as appearing to have jammed. When tested later, the rifle functioned properly. Two empty PMAG 30 magazines that were duct-taped together in a tactical configuration and one live 5.56 mm round were found near the rifle." Officers found two-hundred-fifty-three live rounds on the shooter’s body: one-hundred-sixteen 9 mm rounds, seventy-five rounds of 10 mm, sixty-one rounds of 5.56 mm and one 12 gauge shotgun shell. Officers also seized forty-six 5.56 mm live rounds. This consisted of fifteen from the rifle, one from the floor and thirty from the magazine under the body of the shooter, as well as thirteen 10 mm live rounds (nine from the Glock and four from the floor). There were forty-nine expended 5.56 mm casings seized and one 10 mm casing from classroom 10. Total live rounds seized were three-hundred-twelve and total expended casings seized from classroom 10 were fifty." On page 27 of the report it said, "The autopsy of the shooter was conducted on December 16, 2012, at the OCME. The shooter, age 20, was 72 inches tall and weighed 112 pounds. No drugs were found in the shooter’s system. The cause of death was determined to be a gunshot wound to the head. The manner of death was suicide."
Adam Lanza Diagnosed This blame game started early. On February 20, 2013, a little over two months after Sandy Hook, ABC News announced that Nancy Lanza made mistakes with her child, Adam Lanza, who they say had a sensory processing disorder. She made the wrong decisions and produced a tragedy and the result of her mistakes took the lives of many other children, six adults and her son's and her own. What could be more awful than that? If society had only been set up the right way, then 28 lives would not have been lost and it could have all been prevented. Smallstorm states that this event will surely provoke more mental health screening with which I totally agree. She then addresses the gun control issue in conjunction with mental health screening as part of the Hegelian Dialectic, one of the most effective of all of the manipulation techniques used by the elite. They create a problem while blaming someone else; they present a false version of the problem, manipulate a public demand for a solution and then offer the solution – changes in society that they wanted all along. But, with Sandy Hook, what was and continues to be the real problem?
Jessie Duff AR-15 Rifle Shooting on Hannity
Hannity also included world-champion shooter Jessie Duff firing weapons, including the AR-15 rifle, at a NRA gun range in Fairfax, Virginia,
Duff called the AR-15 "probably one of the most popular rifles in the U.S. right now, thanks to all the media attention." Duff fired a hunting rifle, a shotgun, and two handguns to demonstrate the differences in the damage they cause and the fact that the AR-15 left the smallest bullet holes. She might weigh all of 115-120 pounds. The gun, fully loaded might weigh 9 pounds. She could easily carry as many weapons as Lanza carried. The photo on the left below was taken in the school, the gun that Lanza used, according to Carver, to kill the children. The Bushmasters are NOT assault rifles. AR does NOT stand for "assault rifle 15" it means armalite 15 because it was the 15th model made by a company called armalite. Assault rifles were banned in 1986. 
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