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NH lawmaker leads crazy train: Boston bombed by US black ops

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The nut jobs are now emerging from the woodwork, claiming that the April 15 Boston Marathon bombing was a U.S. military black ops program and not the work of two Chechen-born brothers hell-bent on Jihad.

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It was only a matter of time before the “Boston bombing” conspiracy theorists showed their faces. What’s more, this isn’t coming from the usual suspects — people like Rosie O’Donnell, Van Jones or Roseanne Barr, all committed 9/11 truthers, claiming that the terrorist attack on that date was done by our own government.

Nope. Leading the charge this time is New Hampshire state Rep. Stella Tremblay, a Republican, proving that nuttiness isn’t limited to any single political party or ideology.

Tremblay posted the following on her Facebook page:

Top Down, Bottom UP. The Boston Marathon was a Black Ops “terrorist” attack. One suspect killed, the other one will be too before they even have a chance to speak. Drones and now “terrorist” attacks by our own Government. Sad day, but a “wake up” to all of us. First there was a “suspect” then there wasn’t. Infowars broke the story and they knew they had been “found out”.

“I was with, it was one of my constituents that sent me an email, and it went to a site where a, I think it was a major retired marine was speaking,” Tremblay said to Fosters.com. The constituent said in the email, “’Please go to Infowars,’ and they had pictures of, what is it, black ops? With black backpacks. They show them at the scene, so they knew something was going on, because there wouldn’t have been that many of them,” Tremblay said.

New Hampshire House Minority Leader Gene Chandler responded that Tremblay’s comments were “highly offensive, egregious, and irrational.”

”They are severely troubling and unbecoming of any public office holder or citizen of our great nation. I am ashamed that Rep. Tremblay saw fit to disseminate radical conspiracy theories online. She in no way represents the views of the caucus, the Republican party or the Granite State.”

“Why are you leaving it to some dumb representative to ask questions, when the reporters should be doing their job?” she asked. “Are you that blind that you’re not willing to ask questions of your government?”

She continued, “There’s just too many things going on that, to me, doesn’t make any sense,” Tremblay said.

No doubt Tremblay’s constituents are busy looking up grounds for impeachment and the procedures for a recall election.

The following is the InfoWars video that got Tremblay’s conspiratorial juices flowing.



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