It's that time again when - and for whatever reason "they" want to suppress the "real news" from taking over the headlines that these odd as hell crashes and "accidents" seem to dominate the news instead.
As much as this post may seem insensitive, considering it's alleged that 20 were killed in what's been reported as the worst car-crash ever with such a high number of people being killed in one vehicle, but to me and others around me, it simply doesn’t add-up.
It's alleged the 2001 Ford Excursion limousine ploughed into an unoccupied sport-utility vehicle in a parking lot across from the intersection and that two pedestrians there were also struck and killed.
State police say 20 people died (we ask - how exactly?) in the crash at the Apple Barrel Country Store on Saturday 6th October 2018 in Schoharie (skoh-HAY'-ree). 170 miles (270 kilometers) north of New York City.
Come off-it, just look at the photos that's currently being spread like wildfire across the worlds media outlets; if anything it reminds me of the United Airlines Flight 93, which was allegedly hijacked in the September 11 attacks, and crashed into a field in the Shanksville, Pennsylvania area.
The photos and film footage revealed what looked more like a ditch dug into a filed, and which a missile was more likely to have been the cause than that of a Boeing 757 twin-engine jet airliner.
Above, the alleged wreckage found after Flight 93 had supposedly crashed into the field at Shanksville.
And this is what we are seeing here with this alleged limo crash - rusty old pieces of metal, and obviously wheels that no way belong to a Ford Excursion. I’m not saying they are reporting that they do, but showing us these close-up images seems to suggest that’s what they are trying to portray.
Original Source (AP Photo/Hans Pennink) (AP)
Where's the photos of the actual limo?
Where's the actual car park it's alleged to have crashed?
Instead we see some old ditch covered in year’s old junk and debris.
So folks, I'll leave it at that, but my gut reaction tells me something's not quite right and like that of so many other fake-news stories.