Huffington Post’s Bloggers Club Is Offering $25,000 Reward For Proof Of False Flag At Orlando

By guest author, Thomas Paine. Washington’s Blog has previously documented false flag attacks are a usual expression of government to manipulate policy (site search results on false flag).

The Huffington Post Bloggers Club is offering up to $25,000 for hard evidence that the June 12 Orlando massacre was staged (consider here, here).

The attack fits the same pattern observed dozens of times over the last several years; in particulars, the summary execution of the suspect and disbelief of those who knew him best, including his family.

Yet again, the timing of the attack combined with the demographic of the alleged victims and the demographic of the alleged gunman, dovetail too well with the domestic and geopolitical agendas in Washington. The Orlando shooting is simply perfect for at least six top priorities of the Obama regime:

We seek documents, videos and other material showing that actors rehearsed this incident and/or the alleged victims are not real people.  What ever you have, we are interested.  You don’t have to identify yourself, encryption is fine and we can pay in bitcoin.

If, on the other hand, you have proof that we are mistaken, that the massacre was real as advertised by the media, we would also like to see it. Contact us at info@hpub.org

Original Article:http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2016/06/58403.html

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