I saw it on TV, so it must be true.
I also watched videos of Wuhan residents falling dead, in the streets, like zombies.
Totally true, obviously.
Right off the bat, I don’t know what happened on 9/11, but I certainly don’t buy the official story. For instance, I can think of very few reasons to believe most narratives promulgated by governments and their marketing agencies, the media.
- I don’t believe the official COVID-19 narrative;
- nor do I believe the official Marilyn Monroe narrative;
- nor do I believe the official vaccines “success story” narrative;
- nor do I believe the official Holocaust narrative (although I believe parts of it).
With that in mind, did passenger airliners crash into the Twin Towers?
It seems ridiculous to be typing this, but, well, I don’t know whether or not passenger airliners crashed into the Twin Towers.
Is the above footage doctored?
Watch the following documentary and decide if you, too, are conflicted.
Meanwhile, what about the Pentagon?
Once again, the official story is bunk. Take a listen to what April Gallop said, who was working in the Pentagon on the day.
Which cards in the house are still standing?
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