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Terrorism / Package Bombs / "False Flag" Theory / A Discussion #1131562

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 26, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The theory the pipe bomb story was a "false flag" operation introduced; scenes shown from Fox theorizing that the leftists are placing the bombs to create hysteria. Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Powers & Trump supporter Michael Caputo about the false flag story. [POWERS - offers views on the Fox News stories: an alternative universe, how President Trump is obsessed with CNN et al being evil & still attacking the press, that we are in a bad climate, but she gets threatened: this is about people who support Trump: obsessive hatred.] [CAPUTO - offers views on the van is real, how we should not be politicizing mental illness, that he goes after those who criticize him, how locals gets threatened all the time: this thing goes both ways {gives examples}.]
Cooper, Anderson

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