In a bizarre turn of events, the Sandy Hook shooting from 2012 is back in the news this week. The families of the Sandy Hook shooting are suing the remnants of gunmaker Remington for damages, even though Remington has now been dissolved in bankruptcy, and no longer exists for all intents and purposes.
When most people hear of Sandy Hook, they think of Infowars host Alex Jones, who has been in a years-long legal battle with some of the Sandy Hook parents. Now the insurance companies representing what used to be Remington have subpoenaed the school records of several of the deceased children and teachers at Sandy Hook. What’s going on?
First, you have to understand that Sandy Hook spawned a lot of theories. Some of the “grieving parents” shown on news videos were allegedly identified as crisis actors who turn up in mass shootings all the time. The Sandy Hook shooting also took place on the heels of Barack Obama and Joe Biden’s “Fast and Furious” plot.
Obama and Biden sold military-grade weapons in America to a Mexican drug cartel, in the hopes that those weapons would be used to kill American civilians on US soil. (Yeah, but let’s impeach Trump over a phone call, right?) The drug cartel got the last laugh. Some of those weapons ended up as trophy pieces in El Chapo’s gun collection, and the rest were sold on the international market. Some of the Islamic terrorists who carried out the Bataclan nightclub massacre in Paris were carrying Biden and Obama’s Fast & Furious rifles.
The details of Fast & Furious were being slowly uncovered in Republican-controlled House Judiciary Committee hearings when the Sandy Hook shooting occurred in 2012. With a presidential administration that is so cynical and evil that it was willing to get American civilians killed just to undermine the Second Amendment, it’s no wonder that large numbers of people were skeptical of the government’s official narrative about Sandy Hook.
The official narrative is that a deranged former student of Sandy Hook Elementary with a history of mental illness stole his mom’s Remington AR-15, and then killed 20 students and six teachers at the school. Alex Jones talked about the situation a lot on his show, in the context of the Fast & Furious scandal.
Years later, the Sandy Hook parents came back and sued Alex Jones. He appealed all the way to the Supreme Court to have the case thrown out but was unsuccessful. That lawsuit is expected to come to trial sometime in 2022.
In July of this year, Jones’ lawyers issued a demand to depose Hillary Clinton in the case. They’re alleging that the lawsuit was initiated and paid for by Crooked Hillary as a partisan political act. Before you think that’s absurd, let’s remember that the media spent six months in 2017 claiming that Hillary Clinton absolutely did not pay for the Russian potty dossier. She did.
And maybe Jones has a point in thinking that Hillary is helping the Sandy Hook parents because she’s mad that Donald Trump wiped the floor with her in the 2016 election. (You mean, like… wiped with a cloth?)
And while that case is still ongoing, attorneys handling the dissolution of Remington have subpoenaed the academic, attendance and disciplinary records of five children who were killed in the Sandy Hook massacre. They’ve also subpoenaed the records of four teachers who were killed. Attorneys representing the families have petitioned the court to seal the records of all Sandy Hook students and employees, claiming those records have nothing to do with the case.
Headlines about this have been very misleading. Papers in Connecticut are stating that Remington is the one that subpoenaed the records. That’s simply not true. Remington no longer exists.
The attorneys requesting those records work for four independent insurance companies that are handling the dissolution of Remington. This is bizarre, to say the least. If you’ve ever had any experience with insurance company lawyers, you know that they’re not a bunch of Qanon conspiracy theorists or quacks. They’re very good at their jobs.
Why are these four independent insurance companies requesting school records on deceased children and teachers? I can only think of one possible reason. They don’t seem to believe those victims were real people.