Sandy Hook conspiracy theorists say she is “proud” to harass the families of children killed in mass shootings

New York, New York-December 14: Participants representing the victims of gun violence celebrate the fifth anniversary of the 2012 mass shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in New Town, Connecticut, at the Ratgers Elders Church in New York City. Attend a commemorative rally. The shooting killed 20 children and 6 adults.  (Photo by Drew Angerer / Getty Images)

Participants representing the victims of gun violence are the 5th anniversary of the 2012 shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in New Town, Connecticut, at the Ratgers Elders Church in New York City on December 14, 2017. Attend a rally to commemorate.Drew Angeler / Getty Images

  • Kelley Watt sends a harassment message to the families of the shooting victims under the username “gr8mom”.

  • She said that the mass shooting was a false flag operation. Told author Elizabeth Williamson She was “proud” of her actions.

  • A full interview with Watt Williamson was featured in the book Sandy Hook: The Battle of America’s Tragedy and Truth.

“Proving to the world that I lost my son,” Kelly Watt wrote to Lenny Posner, who was killed in 2012 by Noah, who was six years old, under the username “gr8mom.” Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings..

Watt, two grandmothers in the suburbs of Tulsa, has spent most of the last decade investigating mass shootings. We believe this is a false flag operation aimed at imposing gun control laws on the US government. There is no important law Passed in response to such a shooting.

Her “research” involves sending harassment messages to the surviving families of those who died in mass shootings. This includes an attack at Sandy Hook Elementary School, which killed 20 first graders and 6 adults.

“I had a strong sense that this didn’t happen,” she said. “Too many of those parents rub me the wrong way.”

Watt tells her story Elizabeth Williamson She told the author that she was “proud” of what she did and continued for the recently released book “Sandy Hook: The Battle of America’s Tragedy and Truth.”

She explained that she was spending hours proving unfounded claims about Sandy Hook. Some of her theories are: The picture of the shooter’s bedroom was too barren for a teenager to live in it. Chris and Lynn McDonnell (7-year-old Grace was shot dead) didn’t cry enough for her parents who had just lost her daughter. And other parents said, “I was too old to have a child of that age.”

But even the evidence that she is wrong has not yet discouraged Watt from her theory. It’s consistent with what was pushed by something like Infowars’ host Alex Jones. Found to be liable for at least 4 defamation cases Sandy Hook’s shooting spread the lie that it was a “hoax.”

For example, Watt spent several years proving that no company had a contract to clean an elementary school crime scene. When the business name and police report were presented, he was silent for a moment before further questioning the evidence.

“I have never seen the document,” Watt said. “But where is the receipt?”

Move Goal post This discussion is a common tactic among conspiracy theorists, who often do. Superiority complex and expertise They know what others don’t know.

Madison, Watt’s daughter, said she had little hope of changing her mother’s mind. Attempting her plot, at least in part, led to the dissolution of Watt’s marriage and contributed to a tense relationship with her children. According to her daughter, after she lost much of her, she’s betting too big to admit she’s wrong now.

“There is a lot of narcissism in this idea:’We are in this group of selected people we know because everyone is wrong.’ It will explode her own persona and allow her to bring in suspicion, “she said.

“Her identity has been built on this for years. She has made a significant investment.”

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