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Russ Winter Joins I Protest with Don Jeffries to Discuss Orlando Pulse, Dylann Roof and James Field

Posts and video footage mentioned in this one hour conversation. Don brings a lot to the table.

Note harness around red shoes waist

Giant Westminster bridge woman:

 

 

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2 Comments on Russ Winter Joins I Protest with Don Jeffries to Discuss Orlando Pulse, Dylann Roof and James Field

  1. Empirical evidence that two cars were used in Charlottesville.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjV4li0L0J4 (update: could not find anywhere except in my own files. Will send in email attachment if requested) There were two “attack vehicle” Dodge Challengers; same style, color and year, but obviously different with respect to crash damage that was impossible to perfectly replicate, and could expectedly be hidden by too few looking closely enough. No forensic specialist needed; the differences were obvious if anyone cares to look.

    IMO, for a first viewing there are too many points to follow. Rather get to the gap between the passenger side door and fender on what he refers to as the operation day car, and the lack of a gap on the stunt day car. (stunt day car at 0:19:29>no large gap at door seam where it hinges, passenger side)<>compare<>(gap between door and fender and misalignment of fender at top of door seam where it hinges, passenger side, on the operation day car, 0:14:04). Two cars are proved. A prearranged, staged, planned, false flag and mass participation event. The stunt, done probably the day before, was spliced into a grotesque, poorly acted and inconsistent subject of fake reportage. The stunt actors, a cast of extras and kinetic props, were no more bewildering to curious onlookers, if there was some who didn’t check in, than what might appear on a movie shoot. Unbelievable? Not at all. Preposterous? Absolutely. There is no single word for the level of betrayal that these many willing and knowing participants are involved in.

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