With great fanfare, "Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly" and her encounter with Alex Jones over Sandy Hook finally arrived. Although her viewing audience disappointed the network with only 3.5 million, the program itself--where Alex Jones was straddling the fence not wanting to lose fans who believe Sandy Hook to be a hoax, while trying to pacify the left watching NBC by saying he believed that children had really died there--was laden with false information, perpetrating a fraud on the public.
The most telling exchange occurs during the introduction, where Kelly asks Jones for the source of his information. He replies that 95% of what he covers comes from articles he has read, where she replies, "But if you haven't ascertained the veracity of that article and it's all BS, then you put out a bunch of disinformation!" Here's the broadcast for your viewing. Kelly and NBC have clearly never verified the "Sandy Hook Story", which is BS: They are putting out massive loads of disinformation.
Given the controversy swirling around the forthcoming broadcast, when I learned it was possible to write to NBC with comments or suggestions on their programs, I sent NBC the following advisory:
A responsible network, concerned about the accuracy of a program on such an inflammatory and controversial subject, would want to take pains to make sure what they were promoting was true or at least well-founded on the available evidence. But we have ample proof that it could have cared less!
(1) Neither Megyn nor NBC appear to have even read Stephen Sedensky's Report on the Shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School and 39 Yogananda Street, the purported residence of Adam Lanza, the alleged shooter or they would have known that his fingerprints were not on the .22 caliber rifle with which he is supposed to have shot his mother and that none of the 150 bullet fragments with the Bushmaster means it fails to tie the shooter to either his weapons or his victims. See note 53, page 37:
(2) Some lies are bigger than others, where Neil Heslin, who is supposed to have lost his son, Jesse, at Sandy Hook, talks about holding his body with a bullet hole through his head in his arms on the scene. But, as Wayne Carver, Medical Examiner, explained during his press conference, the parents were not allowed to see the bodies but only to identify them using photographs. So if you assumed that something like this really happened at Sandy Hook, which is telling the truth? Which is lying?
(3) Had NBC downloaded NOBODY DIED AT SANDY HOOK (2015), which I released for free as a pdf when it was banned by amazon.com in an act of political suppression--where Jay Carney went from the White House to become its Senior Vice President shortly before--it could have reviewed the FEMA manual included as Appendix A, which explains the sign, "Everyone must check in!", the Porta-Potties already in place and the number of those wearing color-coded name tags on lanyards:
(4) At one point, Megyn asks Alex, "What happened to the children?" The observations made by the contributors to the book--that the children were wearing clothing that appeared to be about 10 years out-of-date--has been confirmed by the discovery that Noah Pozner, for example, was created out of photos of his purported older step brother as a child, which they would have known had the followed the link that I provided to "Sandy Hook Charade: 'Noah Pozner' WAS Michael Vabner as a Child":
(5) Alex Jones and Inforwars.com had been aware of the book having been banned and published an article about it not long thereafter, which was much appreciated by experts on the case. But it was only up for 38 minutes, during which it had received 138 comments. The swift removal followed by its erasure from the archives for the show appears to have been induced by the IMAGE CREDIT to CONNECTICUT STATE POLICE, who were running the show and which had to be covered up:
That image is one of 50 published in Ch. 8 Refurbishing the School to Serve as the Stage, where the SWAT team is already present and the four windows of Classroom 10 are undamaged, although they would be shot up after the event. A familiar figure is reclining against the wall, awaiting the arrival of his portable mortuary tent. And there is crime scene up for a crime that has yet to be committed. Such are the findings presented in a book that amazon.com felt compelled to ban after just a month on sale.
(6) Kelly opens by attacking Alex for claiming that elements of the US government allowed 9/11 to happen to convey the impression: if Alex is willing to go that far on 9/11, why should he possibly be taken seriously on anything else? Evidence supports the far stronger position that the CIA, neocons in the Department of Defense and the Mossad did not simply allow 9/11 to happen but orchestrated its occurrence. The public doesn't know better, so she succeeds in raising doubts about his credibility.
(7) Alex doesn't handle himself very well, being careless about the Manchester event, for example, where there was a rehearsal a year in advance and photos showing "victims" are of adult men lying on the floor, not teen-age girls. Manchester appears to be one of at least three staged events in the UK --at Westminster Bridge, at Manchester and at London Bridge--that appear to have been intended to boost the political prospects of Theresa May. Here's that rehearsal, which was captured on video:
(8) Megyn features Charlie Sykes, a right-wing opponent of Donald Trump from Wisconsin, which appears designed to introduce the notion of "toxic paranoia" as a prelude to Sandy Hook. Otherwise, there is no good reason for his presence. He was used as "filler" to connect the President's interest in Alex Jones with those who fault him on virtually every count. This was probably the least interesting aspect of NBC's coverage of Sandy Hook, about which Sykes knows next to nothing. Embarrassing!
(9) When Alex published his "Father's Day Message to Newtown Families", I posted a comment on the basics of the case, only to discover that his own web site would not allow it to stand. This was so stunning to me that I returned to post a second time and then, when that post was likewise deleted, one final time for emphasis. That Alex Jones has sold out Sandy Hook Truth is now beyond dispute, where none of us should continue to place any trust in him at all. He's just one more limited hangout:
(10) Even Matt Taibbi, whom I have regarded with a certain degree of respect in the past, decided to stand with Megyn in her attack on Alex, "Megyn Kelly Vivisects Bloated Conspiracy Hog Alex Jones", Rolling Stone (20 June 2017). What he displays is that he knows no more about Sandy Hook than do Megyn Kelly and NBC, where, however, i am less disposed to infer that his motives are equally corrupt. I posted the following comment, which disappeared less than 30 minutes later:
The proof that Sandy Hook was an elaborate hoax is both abundant and compelling. Because so much of the evidence is visual, here are three of the videos I have done on Sandy Hook, The first provides a general orientation, the second focuses upon the SWAT team and Wayne Carver, and the third--with a highly qualified EMT--explains that proper medical procedures were not followed at Sandy Hook or in San Bernardino, where we even have the Craig's List ad for extras on the set. It's simply appalling:
Alex has published the interview with a running commentary, but nothing he does henceforth can restore public confidence in his integrity. He has sold out Sandy Hook and I can see no prospect for his redemption. Standing up for the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth is demanding upon us all, where I and others have lost friends and relationships over this highly emotional issue. Someone we regarded as a champion of truth in the alternative media turns out to have feet of clay.
Jim Fetzer, a former Marine Corps officer, is McKnight Professor Emeritus on the Duluth Campus of The University of Minnesota. His most recent books have been published by moonrockbooks.com.