Though the very title of this installment will no doubt raise the hackles of those numbered among the majority who have sacrificed their free will to think critically to the ghastly pandemic of political correctness, nevertheless, we shall once again dare to wander into that forbidden wilderness where very few still dare to tread.
Remember Sandy Hook’s Caitlyn Roig?
To remind everyone, she was the elementary school teacher who, upon hearing what sounded like gun shots, allegedly shepherded 15 (6/33/high-degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry) of her Sandy Hook elementary students into the classroom closet on December 14, 2012 (777 intelligence joker code/33/high-degree Scottish Rite Freemasonry).
But Caitlyn’s identity is a pseudonym, a pseudonym for a well-renowned country-music performer, who after appearing on American Idol, was inducted into the music industry’s prestigious “Grand Ole Opry”. But it turns out folks, even the name of that renowned star is a veil, concealing the genuine identity of her host actor.
Stay tuned, and you shall soon learn the actor who portrayed both characters was, likely without surprise, a fast-tracked and well-favored Hollywood child star whose famous sibling was also a child star and connected to Disney’s Mouseketeers.
But first, a recap and subsequent analysis of a recent article published by that bastion of fine mainstream journalism called the New York Post. Continue reading “An American Idol becomes Sandy Hook Hero?”