FAKE NEWS: ABC News Caught Trying to Pass Off Gun Range Video as ‘Slaughter in Syria’
Yes, ABC News "regrets the error" of accidentally slipping footage of a Kentucky gun range in place of Syria footage that doesn't exist that just so happens makes the President look bad and promotes sympathy for the Kurds. In reality, it is a psychological operation against We The People, and it should be criminal and at the very least cost people jobs and major fines for ABC. This warfare must stop, it is beyond a mistake and clearly a national security threat. -W.E.
Here’s a ‘Wag the Dog’ moment we won’t soon forget: ABC News has since issued a statement regarding a Kentucky gun range video they published claiming it was of combat in Syria.
The video is from a Kentucky Military show in 2016 (see original video below). Eagle-eyed Twitter user, The Polish Patriot, discovered the propaganda and is now being attacked by the left for telling the truth.
No details have come out to explain how this could have happened at the network. ABC said they ‘regret the error,’ but how did they make the error in the first place? Was it intentional or just incompetence on their part? There are edits to the video which lean towards intentional propaganda.
ABC’s ‘slaughter in Syria’ footage is actually from a Kentucky gun range; the network has since taken down the video and says they ‘regret the error.’
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Here’s the 2016 Knob Creek gun range video that ABC used and even edited:
The propaganda is flowing to create as much sympathy as possible for Syria and the Kurds.
Video after video of fake footage has been released on social media.
One video, in particular, shows a mother holding a limp child who appears to be lifeless and dead until you see him move his head and blink his eyes.
A total scam.