Silence is NOT golden

On Wednesday Infowars reporter Dan Bidondi attended a school meeting in Newtown, Connecticut, near the site of Connecticut’s false flag attack at Sandy Hook.

Interestingly, the CT Post, owned by Hearst Newspapers, reported on this event.  And in this blogger’s opinion, it’s nothing more than a hitpiece for the estate of William Randolph Hearst.

Attending last night’s school board meeting at the Newtown Municipal Center event was Wolfgang Halbig, the former Florida State Trooper and school principal during the public participation section.

Halbig, whom the paper called “the most prominent member of the group”, raised questions ranging from the scale of police response in December 2012 to their refusal to accept his expert help in analyzing the event. He suggested that his legitimate efforts to get answers have been thwarted, and accused board members of toeing an official line.  In other words, the school board is scared of the truth the December 2012 mass shooting was a false flag event which led to CT’s very draconian anti-second amendment gun laws.

“Board members, these are your children,” Halbig said. “We want answers. We want truth.”

As expected, Halbig was given the silent treatment and was labeled a conspiracy theorist, thus giving the notion the Newtown school board does not want to tell the truth, a point news writer Nanci Huston gleefully wrote

But board members refused to take the bait, remaining silent throughout presentations by Halbig and several of his supporters who followed him to the microphone. The audience, which included First Selectman Pat Llodra and several other town officials who had come to support the board, also stayed silent.

One public response came from a Jim Fitzpatrick who it seems wants HIS version of the truth to be the same as the town’s.

“It’s a shame to see this circus come to town, and I’m offended by the people who have come, and these conspiracy theories. Newtown has conducted itself wonderfully.”

Clearly a reader of the Danbury News Times which is also a Hearst-owned state run newspaper.  Well if the paper was doing its job it would report on where free homes and big bucks may have played a role in the shooting, according to Veterans Today last February.

But back to the CT Post, Huston also took time to warn fans of gun grabbing governor Dan Malloy, perhaps even Huston herself, with this…

A half-hour before the meeting started, Halbig’s followers rallied in front of the Municipal Center. One man dressed in a Revolutionary War-era uniform waved a hanging effigy of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

And this for all the haters of REAL talk radio not named Rush, Sean or Mark

School board members used a door on the opposite side of the “truthers” to enter the building.

TRUTHERS?  Therein lies the ultimate kowtowing to the bankster elites and their Luciferian tactics.

UPDATE: Bidondi talks to Halbig


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