With the shooting at the Colorado movie theatre that left many dead and wounded, there are questions that remain unanswered.
One question to be added to the growing list is why it is so difficult to find out what is happening. If you will do a search on Google, and put in terms relating to the Colorado shooting, you will find that it is extremely difficult to pull up any information at all. If you go to “Yahoo News, Trending”, which lists news stories that people are interested in, the page will not open. This is the first time I have done a search, knowing that it is a popular story, to see that the search yields little or no results. Now this may change, but as of five minutes ago, this is what I found.
Addendum: I tried again about 15-20 minutes later, and this anomaly disappeared. But for a few minutes, no news could be pulled up. Who is manipulating the internet?
The media stated that the ammunition was bought off the internet. Anyone who works in the business world knows that certain things are regulated. Every cashier knows that identification is required to sell tobacco or alcohol. Guns and ammunition are also regulated. You can’t just go and buy rounds of ammunition like packs of gum. To think someone can go and order a bunch of ammunition like they order a toy for Christmas is stretching credulity.
Not only should the media be investigating the likelihood that all this ammo could be “bought over the internet”, they also have to answer the question of how it was shipped. Again, there are regulations. If someone goes to FedEx or UPS or the USPS and says they want to ship rounds of ammo, don’t you think that would raise some eyebrows? You are asked questions at the local post office if you want to ship something. They ask you if there is anything hazardous or dangerous. If the local carrier driver keeps dropping off heavy ammo boxes at someone’s apartment, don’t you think there would be questions asked? In a day and age where people are groped before they go on planes, there are also other federal guidelines in place. There are guidelines set up by the Patriot Act so that if people do “certain things” they have to be reported and I would assume that sending lots of ammo through some shipper, whomever it was, would be questioned. I don’t believe that either UPS or FedEx would risk their businesses to ship ammo for people. They would say, “We can’t do that for you.”
Just as a note, I did a search on what can be shipped through the USPS and those pages have been removed or the links broken.
So that means it would have taken some private courier, and what are the regulations on the private couriers? No only that, if someone at an apartment saw a Brinks truck show up, then, don’t you think there would be a lot of apartment chatter? Apartment living can be known for people “knowing each other’s business”. Now maybe that is not true of all apartments, but certainly the gossip can fly and if some guy is hauling buckets of bullets up to his apartment don’t you think the local gossip knew it? And don’t you think they would have said something to the apartment manager at least? And if the apartment manager knew about this, don’t you think he might have at least mentioned it to the police?
Another thing…ammo is not cheap, guns are not cheap, and shipping of heavy ammo is not cheap. Where did this guy get all this money?
Another thing…how can a civilian go and buy body armor? There are probably regulations in place.
Just some other thoughts about the date:
Date of Waco…April 19, 1993
Date of Oklahoma bombing…April 19, 1995
Date of Columbine shooting…April 20, 1999
Date of Colorado Movie Theater Shooting…July 20, 2012
There are enough questions that people should not drink the first glass of kool-aid given to them by the media or the government.
Another thing to consider regarding the date of this Colorado movie theater shooting is that it happened one day after the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., held a news conference titled, “The Vetting: Obama, Radical Islam, and the Soros Connection”.
It also happened a few days before July 27th, when Barack Obama wants to sign away our Second Amendment rights to the United Nations. In other words, there will be plenty of news stories about why this might be a good idea. The timing of the incident is noted.
There is more going on here than the media has yet reported.
Cling to your God, your guns, and your Constitution.