First let me answer the question Brenner's blog asks: NO! Sandy Hook was not a hoax and you are one sick f'ck to publish that article on your blog.
The article on Ohio State Rep. Brenner's private blog has got to be one of the most disgusting articles I have ever read in my life. The title alone was enough to nauseate me and the content was much worse.
I did not copy/paste the entire piece of garbage because the website said I could only copy/paste 15% of it. But below are some of the vile and the blog link is here:
Wrongly dated AP photos include those of children allegedly killed in the event, and wrong date stamps for Google pages and searches. It also included photos of 26 young students at Devers Elementary School in York releasing balloons into the air in memory of the young children allegedly slain at Sandy Hook. Another photo shows a banner tied to a freeway overpass with the actual photo allegedly taken December 15, one day after the tragedy. But the actual photo appears to have been taken December 12th. It’s also interesting to note that the banner – while attached to the fence of a freeway overpass – cannot be seen by traffic because it is not on the outside of the fence facing traffic. It is on the inside of the fence on the opposite/far side of the road. Was it simply placed there for the photo and then taken down? It was also an AP photo.
To create an event like Sandy Hook takes tremendous planning. Even so, with the best of minds, things will come to light that at the very least cast a shadow over the truthfulness of said event. We haven’t even discussed what a sharpshooter Adam Lanza must have been to take out that many people in such a short amount of time.
If Sandy Hook was an artificially created and staged event to allow the government to use fear to gain the advantage over the 2nd Amendment, we can bet we will see more of these events over time. Why? Simply because the government has not gotten what it wants.
Though President Obama has stated he supports the 2nd Amendment, it is clear from his actions that he does not. The 2nd Amendment he supports is no 2nd Amendment at all.All emphasis in the copy/paste were mine.
Like I said, this article is on Ohio State Rep. Andrew Brenner's private blog but it was written by Brenner Brief's Assistant Editor, Fred DeRuvo. I am trying to be fair here but the way I see it, even though it was written by Brenner Brief's editor, I hold Rep Brenner accountable for all the published content he and his wife allow to be published on their blog, including but not limited to this trash.
On Brenner's Brief Blog, they list 11 Assistant Editors and 43 Contributors. They put a disclaimer that says:
All contributors are independent, freelance contributors to Brenner Brief News, and BBN is not responsible for their posted content.
Yeah, well, BBN might be "responsible" for the "content" from their contributors but they sure as hell are responsible for the content they allow to be published on their blog. As for Fred DeRuvo, Assistant Editor to BBN, the way I see it, BBN is certainly responsible for the content they allow him to publish on their blog.
That said, it it imperative for Rep. Andrew Brenner to tell us if he too thinks 'Sandy Hook was a hoax designed to advance gun control' -- and -- if Rep. Brenner does not think that then why is he allowing that vile garbage to be published on his family's blog: Brenner Brief News blog.