Nevada’s IAP Candidate for Senate in 2012 Has Controversial Video Questioning Sandy Hook

I ran across this video on Facebook, and researched the gentleman who made it. In the video, he states he will be running to be the Constitution Party’s candidate for governor in 2014 , although the website doesn’t mention which party, from what I can tell. He was the Independent American Party’s candidate for Senate in 2012 , receiving 48,792 votes, which was 4.89 %.

4 thoughts on “Nevada’s IAP Candidate for Senate in 2012 Has Controversial Video Questioning Sandy Hook

  1. Krzysztof Lesiak

    Cool guy. I’d vote for him if I lived in Nevada.

    BTW, he’s a member of the Independent American Party (IAP), which is the Constitution Party’s state affiliate in Nevada…although Cody Quirk hopes to change that lol.

    The AIP is the party in California which used to be a CP affiliate but is now either part of Alan Keyes’ America’s Party or is independent from any national organization.

  2. Jill Pyeatt Post author

    His numbers, both for the amount of views on his video, plus from November 2012’s election, are decent. Does the party take him seriously? I haven’t heard of him until today, at least to the best of my recollection.

  3. Deran

    Yo me, if the massacre at the elmentary school was not carried out by a lone crazy person, then I would guess the weapons manufacturing industry are the ones who benefit from this terrible crime. S&W sales are at an all time high in the first quater of 2013. And where are the Obama forces taking away fire arms? Where is the new legislation that restricts the ownership of semiautomatic long guns?

    This sort of thing makes no mre sense to me than my leftwing friends who all think the Boston bombings were an Obama op to build up the police state.

    None of these sorts of conspiracies make any sense. Conspiracies like overthrowing Arbenz in Guatemala and Allende in Chile (as two for instances) do make sense because they had actual results that are measurable.

  4. paulie

    And where are the Obama forces taking away fire arms?

    Gotta boil the frog some more first. Still a bit jumpy.

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