I had thought that conspiracy theorists had reached their apex with 9/11 Truthers and the Birthers.
But now I see conspiracy theorists tossing out ideas that the Sandy Hook shooting in Connecticut was also not on the up-and-up. I personally witnessed one person saying that she felt "they" hired the gunman to facilitate gun-ban laws. (No clarification on who "they" could be.) Others say it was a setup because the United Way's page asking for donations to victims was supposedly created three days before the attack. (No clarification for why the United Way, of all organizations, would get the inside scoop.) Others wonder why the family members of the murdered children weren't sad enough in interviews, to the point where it's believed those who were interviewed are actually actors. (Apparently, there is only one man named Gene Rosen in the entire world.)
I applaud people who have a healthy dose of skepticism. It keeps us asking questions. It allows us to not take everything at face value.
But when your desire to scream that the murder of children was faked or set up for political gains, you have veered completely out of the "healthy" range on your skepticism.
When your trollish desire to question something horrific leads to you not understanding facts, you are not being rational.
When you harass the victims' families and friends and in the same breath scream that the government is now going to take all of your guns away, you have lost your status as a human being.
If you think Sandy Hook was a conspiracy, you are a complete piece of shit.