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SAN BERNARDINO IN FLUX: The Fluid Nature of Cover Stories

By Eowyn @DrEowyn

At a minimum, the San Bernardino mass shooting is another example of the now-standard ever-changing and conflicting reportage, and the failure and incompetence of MSM.

SAN BERNARDINO IN FLUX: The Fluid Nature of Cover StoriesMemory Hole

Submitted by Niles and Frasier Mercado

If the reporting on the alleged shooting in San Bernardino, California has left you confused and disoriented, you are not alone. The main stream media has changed substantial aspects of their original official story.

san bernardino2 Image Credit: Reuters

While it is understandable that some details might get misreported in the immediate aftermath of a national tragedy, no mention is made as to WHERE this misinformation originated from and WHY we should think that the NEW news reports are any more reliable.

It is difficult to dispute or verify claims when the narrative is a moving target. These evolving details are pretty significant, and seem to be — along with crisis actors and concurrent drills — another fingerprint of government sponsored shooting hoaxes and false flag events. Let’s take a look at a few of these alterations and how they relate to inconsistencies in other government-sponsored…

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