The Sandy Hook massacre was not a conspiracy to take away Americans' firearms, Glenn Beck is claiming on his radio and television shows.
The popular host convened a group of, um, "experts" to debunk the Adam Lanza hoax theories, but the show was a complete joke and didn't prove or disprove anything. This panel consisted of a guy who worked for Beck, and another fellow, Alex Seitz-Wald, who is a columnist for Salon.com. These two are no more qualified than anyone else, yet people are supposed to take them seriously. You can watch video of the ridiculous discussion here.
Seitz-Wald slammed Sandy Hook shooting skeptics, as well as the creators of YouTube videos questioning the official line from the Connecticut State Police. Here is some of what Seitz-Wald told Beck: "I think for a long time the media was the gatekeeper that could effectively keep this stuff from going mainstream. But, now with the Internet, which has done wonderful things, democratized information, you also get a dark side, which means there's no longer anyone making sure you get the facts right."
Look, there have been many inconsistencies about the Sandy Hook narrative, hence it's completely natural to be skeptical. The police originally misidentified Adam Lanza's brother Ryan as the killer, and also provided conflicting information about the firearms used during the rampage. And obviously, liberal politicians have seized on the tragedy to push anti-Second Amendment laws.
While you may not believe every detail coming from the Connecticut State Police, that doesn't mean you are dismissing the entire incident outright. The YouTube video "Sandy Hook - Fully Exposed", has so far garnered more than 11 million page views and counting.