Am I a "Sandy Hook Denier?"
TLDR: No, I'm not.
Someone made a Tik Tok reposting screenshots of my horrible, unaccountable instagram story highlights, faster than anyone can actually read them. And the one screenshot that people in the comments are especially up in arms over, is that I’m apparently a “Sandy Hook denier”. (I’m not, btw.)
They are also super pissed that I said I don’t wear sunscreen, which I don’t, but that’s another story for another day.
What they reposted in the tik tok, was a screenshot from my story series where I was posting OTHER people’s controversial opinions.
As you can see:
The text that reads “Sandy Hook was a false flag” is someone else’s submission. My comment is at the bottom, and it reads: Two years ago I would have been very confused at what you meant. Now I at least understand what you mean and why you believe that.
All my comment means, is that previously, I would have been confused at why they meant, and NOW I “at least” understand what they mean.
Isn’t that what we should be doing? Understanding how other people think? No? That’s too problematic? Better to dehumanize people we disagree with? Ask for their controversial opinions and then call them crazy? Ok, sounds good. I’ll remember that next time.
BUT, I also have a hunch that people don’t understand a big piece of this:
Do You Know what a “False Flag” is?
I have to assume that many people don’t understand what the term “false flag” means. I didn’t! So let’s talk about it, because… that is actually what I was referring to when I said “two years ago I would have been very confused about what you meant.”
According to wikipedia, a false flag is: “an act committed with the intent of disguising the actual source of responsibility and pinning blame on another party.”