Nancy Lanza had purportedly told friends before the Newtown massacre, that her troubled son Adam was on "some serious medications."
"He was on some serious medications to help deal with his issues, but (Nancy) never told me what they were, or if he stopped taking them. They told me they think he had a psychotic break and were asking if Nancy mentioned anything about Adam not taking his medications," an unidentified friend said recently.
Gun control proponents seized quickly on this tragedy to advance their political aims, so the public has been denied a proper analysis of what really went awry here. One of the angles which has not been looked into, is the role of psychiatric drugs. Was the 20-year-old on meds, when he decided to murder 26 children and adults? Had he stopped taking them for some reason? Why aren't these questions being posed to the authorities? Adam Lanza shot and killed himself Dec. 14, after going on a rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.
The liberal media are too focused on attacking the Second Amendment, to ask the appropriate questions about this incident. The pharmaceutical companies also have a clear interest, in tamping down any debate about these medications. Is it a coincidence that lone wolf shootings like the Lanza case, started happening in 1990s, when doctors began widely prescribing psychotropic drugs? Perhaps it's the drugs causing all this violence, and not the guns.