If you are a frequent reader at WayneDupree.com, you know that we’re a blog that brings you the news, but we also like to share unique stories you won’t see anywhere else and insight into what folks online are talking about, good, bad, or otherwise.
If there’s a kooky theory floating around out there and I see a lot of people talking about it, chances are I’ll bring it to you.
That doesn’t always mean I agree with it, sometimes I do, but it might just mean I think it’s interesting, or weird, or maybe I just want to show you what people are saying and let you draw your own conclusion, after all, that’s still okay to do in America, right?
Actually, no, it’s not… but I’m a rebel.
Sometimes I debunk these popular conspiracy theories, even if they come from our side. I know there’s a lot of fake news floating around out there — some of it comes from our side, and most of it comes from the other side, especially the big outlets, like CNN, ABC, USA Today, etc.
The fake news they spread is a helluva lot more damaging than something a blog says, trust me.
So, with all that said to satisfy the “fact-checkers” who are probably reading this, I have once again noticed something that A LOT of people are talking about online, and it involves the Uvalde shooting.
Now, before we dive into this, I will tell you I have a lot of mixed feelings about that school shooting.
I am horrified and perplexed at the police “non” response, and I am also confused by the lack of media coverage, and how it just fell out of the news so fast, with so many unanswered questions.
When comparing the coverage of Columbine to Uvalde, it’s not even in the same orbit, yet arguably, Uvalde is even more horrific, since the children were so young, and so many things were botched.
I have not drawn a conclusion yet on why Uvalde feels so odd in terms of police and media, but many folks have strong opinions, and since I see so much of this everywhere, I decided I’d share it with you.
First off, before I get into this, I just want to define what a “false flag” is:
Many people get this wrong and think a “false flag” means something was staged and uses so-called “crisis actors.”
This is the definition of a false flag:
A false flag operation is an act committed with the intent of disguising the actual source of responsibility and pinning blame on another party. The term “false flag” originated in the 16th century as an expression meaning an intentional misrepresentation of someone’s allegiance.
Here’s what many people are saying online:
“U-valde is looking like a botched false-flag.”
U-valde is looking like a botched false-flag.
— Cari Kelemen 2.0 (@CariKelemen) June 22, 2022
“Oh right away this was obvious. Especially bc first reports were the same narratives as Sandy Hook. Now we see how much the police were told to stand down and let the slaughter take place. Just like officers stood down on j6”
“Makes me question lots of things. 911, Boston marathon bombing, Vegas shooting, and many other incidents where we don’t really have the answers. Just more policies that dont work.”
“Botched” 20 killed doesn’t seem botched to me . The chief got the call let the gunman kill 20 ppl all so they can start taking weapons away from law abiding citizens . Oh and more then likely gave the purpose the money for said weapons . Yea I know I’m a conspiracy theorist .”
“Why haven’t they given more details on the debit card used and how the money went into the account..? If he stole his grandmas debit card that would have been said long ago it wasn’t his grandmas debit card…”
“Just like Vegas. The one city with all the cameras, and we have just a couple of the perp dragging a suitcase. And after that was published, the story just vanished. But the calls for ‘gun control’ never do.”
“How did a kid with no drivers license manage to purchase 2 expensive rifles, optics and ammo????”
“Were the police supposed to “Be the Heroes” by saving at least some of the children? This outcome shows the need for citizens & teachers to be armed. #Botched, indeed!”
Human Events editor Jack Posobiec also has concerns but was a tad more ambiguous with his approach.
Here’s what he said: “They’re lying about Uvalde”
They're lying about Uvalde
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) June 23, 2022
Indeed, we’ve been lied to. That’s a fact at this point.
Off the top of my head, that elaborate “key” story about the classroom door was a monumental and very well-thought-out and detailed lie.
But we’re also not being told the entire truth, because so many BIG questions are not being discussed at all, and that has people feeling very confused and apprehensive about that.
“Starting to think it was done to flip Texas blue and take away guns.”
“Where did the shooter get the money to buy the guns and all of the ammo on a “part time salary”?”
“It’s BIZARRE. A policeman’s WIFE was bleeding. He protested, trying to get in the room, and they carried him away The door wasn’t locked and no one attempted to open it. They DID have ballistic shields. 70 min, letting him shoot. SO MANY LIES. “
“Why was that school police supervisor installed the next morning as a city commissioner?”
“Never have I ever been into conspiracy theories, however, most would’ve believed the first & even the second story of Uvalde if so many lies hadn’t been exposed. Now, many are questioning other “mass shootings.””
“The story of the police trying to use many keys is just a flat out lie.”
“As a retired teacher I can unequivocally state: absolutely NO classroom can be locked from the inside. It is against the law. We have to be able to get out quickly in case of emergency.”
“Clearly. This whole situation stinks and it’s becoming more and more obvious.”
“they want to take law abiding citizen’s guns away for something we didn’t have anything to do with! Their Police stood down, It almost seems like they did something on purpose to try and disarm the American ppl!”
The bottom line is this… at a time in history, when the American people have never been more suspicious about their government and media, it’d be a good idea for those two institutions to be as transparent as possible.
And if they won’t, and things remain sketchy and confusing, you can’t be shocked or troubled when conspiracy theories form.
It’s a natural progression when people feel they’re not getting answers or they see they’re being lied to.
It’s also bizarre to watch so much horror and ineptitude by the police being swept under the rug, but gun control, which will do nothing to stop these types of crimes, is moving so quickly through the hallowed halls of Congress.
Again, these things are “red flags” that the American people are seeing and feeling, and you really can’t blame them.
The school is scheduled to be demolished.
The Uvalde, Texas, elementary school where a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers last month will be demolished, the city’s mayor said.
Speaking during an emotional council meeting with residents Tuesday, Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin said he did not believe any child or teacher should be asked to return to Robb Elementary School, where the deadly shooting unfolded May 24.
“My understanding — and I had this discussion with the superintendent — that school will be demolished,” he said.
“You can never ask a child to go back or a teacher to go back in that school ever,” McLaughlin added.
No timeline for the demolition was provided.
Now, I get it, it’s traumatic. It took me forever to walk back into my parent’s house, where my dad died of natural causes.
But for people who are already growing more and more suspicious of this situation, this will feel “odd” in many respects.
These “conspiracy theories” are the logical results that occur when local and federal governments and an entire media complex lose the trust of its people.
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