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Posted on 08/25/2017 7:20:12 PM PDT by BlackFemaleArmyColonel
Sandy Hook victim's sister slams Scott Baio for retweeting meme suggesting Heather Heyer's death was a hoax put on by 'crisis actors used in Newtown'.
Actor Scott Baio was slammed on Facebook by a Sandy Hook victim's sister after he retweeted an outrageous meme on Thursday suggesting that Heather Heyer's death in Charlottesville was a hoax put on by the 'crisis actors used in Newtown'.
Jillian Soto, the sister of slain Sandy Hook teacher Vicki Soto, blasted Baio for his retweet, saying he was 'encouraging hateful behavior'.
Earlier today Scott Baio shared a picture encouraging conspiracy theories having to do with Sandy Hook and Charlottesville and Heather Heyers mother,' Jillian Soto wrote on Facebook.
'We are deeply disappointed that someone who has such a large audience would use that audience to target victims families,' Soto wrote.
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In retrospect, I wish I had thought longer about retweeting that conspiracy photo. I shouldn’t have sent it. It was wrong. #Baio
Scott Biaio just went down several notches on the credibility scale in my estimation for buying into a kook conspiracy theory.
Unfortunately, real people’s lives were completely devastated by that doped up lunatic kid...
I can only imagine how upset a parent could be thinking their dead children Are being used like a piece of propaganda
Spare me the fringe idiot sources...
What was she doing in the middles of the street?
“What was she doing in the middles of the street?”
>> There’s no need to cause distress to a grieving family by spreading dumb conspiracy theories.<<
Her self-caused death was dumb enough. Purposely jumping on and hitting a multi-ton moving device will never end well.
Yes she was.
Does the Fonz say, “Cool!”?
With this stupid stunt, he goes back to being a dumb sitcom actor. What a shame. I live here in Newtown, not too far from where that lunatic kid used to live, and I can tell you that a bunch of real people lost their lives that day to him. I cannot believe that there are people out there that actually think the killings here were not real and staged by "crisis actors."
Yes, anyone who buys into this “theory” as well as the “9/11 theories” have serious cognitive reality issues and either dupes or idiots...maybe both...
Victims and victimologists should avoid attacking the rights of fellow Americans instead of going after the real causes of their problems. If they were more reasonable, they’d see fewer unreasonable conspiracy theories.
The truth will set you free are not idle words. We as a society are now blocked out of so much information because the media and government entities withhold and dispense what they feel is appropriate. Appropriate can be very subjective so many go tinfoil. I do know freedom of information and transparency is hard to come by since Clinton to society today. They call this the information age,yet we seem to know less and are consumed by the lunatic fringe.
I wish someone could explain the grieving father who didn’t know he was on live television and was chuckling and laughing with the guys—then clearly told he’s on, and forcing himself to cry on cue. That was bizarre.
Suspicion is the opposite of certainty and suspicion belongs to both 9/11 NYC and Sandy Hook. According to NIST and New York Times, “WTC 7 collapsed because of fires fueled by office furnishings.” Suspicious. According to Snopes, Sandy Hook theories of a hoax are “debunked.” Suspicious. It is fun to find flaws in theories.
There were a lot of bizarre videos from Newtown, like not a single one showing a family member crying (with actual tears). They were all so happy go lucky while doing interviews within days of the massacre.. Weird.
The real culprits are not well-intentioned citizens who question whether government officials might commit horrendous acts of murder and mayhem as part of their means of maintaining power through manipulation of the populace.
The real culprits are government officials whose behavior demonstrates so great a moral deficit that to suspect them in such a way is not entirely irrational.
Rioting and assaulting cars? Idk but we’ve seen pics from that day and there was only one truly violent side that started it.
And that might be because we live in a culture of celebrity, where even temporary fame is gobbled up like ice creme.
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