The Sandy Hook hoax theory is still making waves, despite there being many holes in the viral video that supposedly shows the entire thing to be a fake. But, were the words of the most outspoken "truther" actually taken out of context?
Apparently, the Florida professor who said that he believes the tragedy didn't happen...never actually said that. At least not in those words.
Anderson Cooper came to the defense of those who lost loved ones on December 14 in the mass shooting by asking the professor, James Tracy, to come on his show. Tracy refused but did offer a statement which read:
"I apologize for any additional anguish and grief my remarksÂ—and how they have been taken out of context and misrepresentedÂ—may have caused the families who've lost loved ones on December 14. At the same time I believe the most profound memorial we can give the children and educators who lost their lives on that day is to identify and interrogate the specific causes of their tragic and untimely demise."
So is James Tracy saying that he never said that there was a conspiracy? It seems like his words spurred the Sandy Hook hoax phenomenon, so if he never actually said that it was a hoax, then why are all these "truthers" trying to prove something so stupid?
Anderson Cooper blasted Tracy for his comments, so hopefully others will get the hint and focus on the families and their suffering not making up lies based on pieces of information that they find on the internet.
Do you believe the Sandy Hook hoax theory?