I give Chris Kendall a call from hoaxbusterscall.com and catch up.No tags for this post.
One of the areas that I frequent has turned into a “shooting gallery” in the media, at least.A friend acquired a fuzzy video with lots of pop pops that I’ll find and post.Add a suspicious gof***me, a “family friend” as the spokesman, a fuzzy vicsim photo, shoes, seven, and we have many elements of a psyop #hrdpar.
Police say they are looking for at least seven shooters, armed mostly with semi-automatic weapons.Five others were injured, and Davis, who police say was an innocent bystander, was killed steps away from his home.”He went inside to change his shoes, and he did not even make it back to his apartment,” Alincy said.
www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto…Update 9/18Apparently the local police substation (in the mall) is on the budget chopping block.The message on (a new account) Twitter is that this could have been prevented iffff…twitter.com/hand_tstudio/statu… a tear in sight in 7 minutes from “Mom” and “Dad”.beta.cp24.com/news/2019/9/17/1…No tags for this post.
An excerpt from the September Clues tour guide, which I will be highlighting over the next few days during hoax appreciation month.
If you understand the 9/11 hoax, you will understand just about every major scary media event.
The skeptics argue that “too many videos of the airplane were captured, therefore all cannot be fake …” Too many indeed: there are a simply ludicrous amount of “lucky” shots. In fact, the sheer amount of existing ‘airplane’ images is grossly absurd in itself: We now have more than 45 “amateur videos” (some of which were released – inexplicably – as late as June 2008!). We also have at least 10 still pictures depicting alleged “Flight 175” “in its very last second of flight”:
- What about the many “amateur videos” we have seen?