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THE SANDY HOOK DEBATE IS OVER, AND WE WON.

by James Quinn

The video below is the coup de grâce for the official story of Sandy Hook. This is the final nail in the coffin, where all the previously unanswerable questions are answered.

In this video, Wolfgang Halbig gives a presentation regarding the proper procedures for responding to a school shooting. He does this in front of First Responders (police and fire), who enter into a back and forth conversation about the anomalies in Sandy Hook.

I want to thank both Stucky and Admin for their intense skepticism and critical questioning in prior posts about Sandy Hook. I think they will be satisfied after watching this video.

Stucky asked:

1: “How many people would be needed to pull off this conspiracy?”

2: “How is is possible that EVERY person has kept EVERY aspect of this conspiracy to themselves?”

KEEP IGNORING THE PRIMARY QUESTIONS YOU GULLIBLE MAROONS!!

Admin said:

I love facts.

Did the children never exist?

If they did exist, where are they now?

Can’t their existence be verified from public records?

How many people would have to be involved in this conspiracy to successfully pull it off?

The Sandy Hook hoax was a FEMA Capstone Exercise. These are community-wide events where the entire community is involved – the local officials, police, fire, neighbors and churches. The community received $200 million dollars from this exercise.

The children did not exist. Wolfgang looked up their social security numbers – they were never issued.

The debate is over. The only question is how do we remove the treasonous government that organized, financed, and covered-up the truth about this event.

I realize that this video is 2 hours long. You can listen to it as you commute in traffic. I find the comments from the First Responders very enlightening.

When the truth breaks into the mainstream media due to his $250 million lawsuit, I will drive to Philly and have a beer with Admin, on me.

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