by Jim Fetzer
That The Times has to rely upon the tedious suggestion that Tracy is a “conspiracy theorists” not only displays its perfunctory response to a serious development but betrays its complete failure to investigate any of these events to determine whether they are real or illusory. Indeed, anyone who has followed “The Real Deal” knows better, where “The Real Deal Ep #137 Staging Attacks from Sandy Hook to San Bernardino”, demonstrates that the San Bernardino event was also fake, where we even have the Craig’s List ad for extras–some with speaking roles–for San Bernardino.
Another oddity here is that the photograph of Tracy appears to have been tweaked to give him an ever-so-slighly demented appearance. Certainly, those I have seen in the past are rather different in their character, such as his official Florida Atlantic University photograph, which has been widely published. Either way, the reporter has to have known better, yet The Times makes no effort to be “fair and balanced”. At least it’s only our nation’s newspaper of record!
Proof of The Times Duplicity
Notice the embedded link to the “Sandy Hook Hoax facebook page”, which demonstrates that Tracy was not harassing the Pozners but the Pozners were stalking him! Since he and Venonique received more than $1,000,000 in donations from a sympathetic but gullible public, Lenny appears to be worried that, if the hoax were to become public, he may have to give the money back and might even be prosecuted for fraud. So he went after Tracy with a vengeance–which means that The Times has to know better because they linked to the page where Tracy lays it out:
Tracy makes the key point that perhaps the most important objective of the faculty at institutions of higher learning is the transmission of knowledge (what is known), which is expected to be true. What properly qualifies as “knowledge” has to be substantiated by relevant evidence and based upon the principles of logic. The most people believe something to be true does not make it true. In this case, the mountain of proof that has been adduced proving that Sandy was an elaborate hoax has simply been ignored by both Florida Atlantic and by The New York Times.
Notice that The Times had to go out of its way to avoid mentioning me or the book, NOBODY DIED AT SANDY HOOK (2015). At the minimum, in a case like this (where repeating claims made against a specific party that are unwarranted and actually provably false), a newspaper of any degree of integrity would publish some of the reasons for his stance rather than taking for granted that they have a proper understanding. That a McKnight Professor Emeritus (who happens to be a former Marine Corps officer with many publications to his credit, where this is his 31st book) stands with him along with a dozen other contributors (including six Ph.D. college professors) makes the case against him overwhelmingly less plausible. So they simply leave it out!