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Orlando ‘Shooting’ Fraud: Smoking Guns Galore

Part of a false-flag hoax operation is to put out confusing or unclear details. That way the debunkers can razzle dazzle and run distractions to blow the pipes of truthers. An example at Orlando is the use of the term AR-15 or “AR-15 like” as the weapon. Now post-facto the alleged weapon used is said to be a Sig Sauer MCX rifle.

Regardless the math doesn’t add up: Mateen walks in to a night club with an Sig Sauer semi-automatic MCX, shoots 103 people. The majority of the victims were shot multiple times, some as many as 12 times, with reports of several dozen rounds fired in the air and several dozens of rounds missing. Three hours later, shooter engages in a gun battle with nine police officers that lasts nearly an hour.

Starts Sunday, 2:02 a.m. ET: About 320 people were inside the club, which was serving last call drinks at around 2:00 a.m.  After arriving at the club by van, Mateen approached the building on foot, armed with a SIG Sauer MCX semi-automatic rifle and a 9mm Glock 17 handgun. A uniformed Orlando Police Department (OPD) officer working extra duty engaged Mateen, returning fire at 2:02 a.m. EDT. Mateen was able to enter the building, however, and began shooting patrons. The officer was soon joined by two additional officers who also began engaging Mateen. Mateen then retreated further into the nightclub and began to take patrons hostage. About 100 officers from the OPD and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office were first dispatched to the scene. 2:22 a.m. ET: Shooter calls 911 to pledge allegiance to ISIS.

So let me get this straight. One lone shooter overcomes three officers and in short order reloaded his MCX 30 times with 30-round magazines, firing nearly 1,000 rounds (or use your own estimate of what it would take) while in a nightclub surrounded by 320 people, managing to kill and injure a third of them. One would also know that among 320 would be men with military experience who know about reloads, and would react to a life or death situation. At one point Mateen’s gun jammed. Shooter then takes a 3-hour break before engaging in another gun battle lasting nearly an hour in what was described as a “hail of bullets” with a SWAT team.

He had to have managed to have 30 30-round mags loaded and at the ready.  If he is holding an ammo can in one hand (that weighs 40 pounds) and the MCX in the other, what was he doing. Reloading and firing with one hand at the same time? Either that or he had a tactical vest from hell that was able to hold 30 mags! Plus he had enough ammo to fight police for another hour: 50 magazine clips? 70? This is absurd on it’s face.

As if he wasn’t busy enough, on top of this, the shooter was overheard by a “playing dead eyewitness” chit chatting on a cell phone. The level of black-magic synthetic reality that the observer is asked to accept at the Orlando Pulse fabrication gets more asinine by the hour.

The following video gives the lay of the land on Orange Street, which runs past the Pulse nightclub. You will note that the injured actors carried past the camera looks like a staged photo op. Therefore, it’s especially notable that the “victims” are being carried in the direction toward the club and away from the cordoned-off area behind them. The film footage shows no evidence of EMT or medical personnel being present as the destination of these milling around “victims”. Besides the utter lack of CCTV and personal video clips of any quality, there is a distinct lack of ambulances and aid vehicles anywhere.

Then, as the actors walk past the camera and thinking they are out of sight, they stop, grin, stand up the injured man with red shoes and engage in a little jig. Red shoe shown firmly planted on terra at 0:25.

Orlando: Hollow, no real obituary for any of the “victims.”

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