It didn’t take long for several ‘conspiracy theory’ oriented media outlets to take to the internet and start claiming that the tragic shooting in Charleston, South Carolina was a false flag. Media outlet All News Pipeline claims it was set up by the Obama Administration to distract us so that Congress could pass the controversial TPP bill during all the frenzy.
Conspiracy theory king, Alex Jones, pieced together quite an interesting bit on how it appears the shooter, 21 year old Dylann Roof, was not the one who actually created his Facebook account. He points out how the account was only opened in May of 2015, the fact that he has less than 100 FB friends, whereas his peer group averages better than 600, and of how his profile picture seems to have come from a Google images media search.
These two above conspiracies make sense, as most conspiracies often do, but nothing trumps conjecture better than cold hard facts. With that said, we bring you a hard piece of evidence, below, which will be very difficult to explain once it makes its way out into the view of the masses.
The online watchdog group Operation Jade Helm And Beyond received quite an interesting, anonymous message recently, which included a screenshot of a tweet, appearing to have been sent out by law enforcement in Charleston. The tweet is in regard to the shooting, however, the tweet was sent 20 minutes before the shooting happened!
Have a look for yourself:
Sounds familiar, right? Like when the newspapers in Europe were printing the news of John F. Kennedy’s assassination the day before he was killed?
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