Rep. Stella Tremblay: Boston Marathon bombing victim ‘was not in shock. He was not in pain.’

Days after her bombshell pronouncement that the Boston Marathon bombing was a U.S. government “black ops terrorist attack,” state House Rep. Stella Tremblay appeared on The Pete Santilli Show where she was hailed as an American hero. In this clip, Tremblay describes viewing the bombing video and realizing “there’s something wrong here:”

I went to Infowars and I started opening my eyes. I thought, you know, Alex Jones, everyone says he’s crazy, but perhaps there’s some truth to this. And the more I looked at this, in my heart, something told me there’s something wrong here.

You just have to look at that backpack and you can see. If there’s an explosion, the backpack is blown to smithereens. There’s nothing left. What was it doing just laying there? 

Then, my first gut reaction seeing the horror of that person that has their legs blown off. You know, the bone sticking out? He was not in shock. I looked and I thought there’s something… I don’t know what’s wrong, but it seems surreal to me. I talked to my sister, who’s not into politics at all, and she said, yes, I saw the same thing. He was not in shock. He was not in pain. If I had had those type of injuries, I’d be screaming in agony.

Excerpt: The Pete Santilli Show! Episode #407