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Make no mistake the purported fatal shooting in Annapolis, Maryland, at the Capital Gazette Newspaper building didn’t even occur. It’s a fake, and no one can demonstrate otherwise. The behavior and words of its supposedly surviving reporters is hard proof. Consider the words of Gazette reporter Selene San Felice.

According to this individual she is going to “need more than a couple days of news coverage and some thoughts and prayers,” adding also that “We need more than prayers (though) I appreciate the prayers. I was praying the whole time I was under that desk.” Right away, she went for the jugular in regard to the vulnerable, gullible American public. Nevertheless, this is an obvious acting attempt to create emotional reactions. Even so, who talks like that in the aftermath of an actual murderous public shooting?

She also said:

I’ve heard that President Trump sent his prayers. I’m not trying to make this political, right? But we need more than prayers. I appreciate the prayers. I was praying the entire time I was [hiding] under that desk. I want your prayers but I want something else…

Through this she made clear the treacherous nature of this hoax and that it is, in fact, aimed at the people’s inalienable rights.

She then added the following: “Thanks for your prayers, but I couldn’t give a f#$% about them if there’s nothing else.”

These could only be the words of an arch-Zionist mole. Moreover, regardless, who in the world talks like that? Who protests in this manner to such a degree after some four of her supposed colleagues were shot dead? “Thou doth protest too much” has taken on a new meaning. As well, who in the world would demand public action against gun rights within minutes of a deadly shooting and so so from the shooting site, all in a calm voice combined with giggling and protesting?

drkresearch, No Disinfo 0 Comments [7/8/2018 6:29:11 AM]
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