Chachi Loves Newtown Conspiracy Theories!!

No Chachi, don’t do it!!

Scott Baio deleted this tweet where he wonders if maybe the government planned and committed the Newtown murders of children, because why not?

Here’s what he posted:

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Although he deleted it, he defended it on his Twitter account:

Just asking questions you guys, that’s all he doing!!

But if he didn’t have his head up his Obama he’d know that the answer is very easily discoverable unless you’re a scumbag conspiracy theorist. Spreading this crap is truly evil – conspiracy theorists attack the victims and accuse them of being part of the plan. Imagine your child is killed and this idiot Chachi is spurring maggots to attack you because he’s too stupid to google for ten seconds before spreading an idiotic meme.

He retweeted this:

Ahh, being a scumbag conspiracy monger is now a right-wing value! Thanks Chachi!!

Later, dumbass Chachi apologized for being a dumbass.

It *might* have had something to do with this Facebook post by the family of one of the teacher victims at Newtown:

Earlier today Scott Baio shared a picture encouraging conspiracy theories having to do with Sandy Hook and Charlottesville and Heather Heyers mother.

We are deeply disappointed that someone who has such a large audience would use that audience to target victims families. We tried to reach out to Scott on Twitter and he blocked us. He is saying that he was just asking for thoughts, but what he did was encourage hateful behavior and targeted harassment against our family.

When will enough be enough? We have been through hell and back dealing with hoaxers. From Megyn Kelly giving Alex Jones airtime to Scott sending out pictures to all his followers.

We are real people at the other end of these conspiracy theories and it hurts us, deeply.

Great job genius.