BUSTED: Videos Of Virginia Reporter Shooting Hoax Were Separate Takes!

 

Virginia SHooting Busted

The establishment media has gone quiet on the Virginia shooting since evidence that it was a hoax has gone viral.

Yet, their silence hasn’t stopped the conspiracy research community from finding even more damning evidence that it was indeed an elaborate hoax.  If this doesn’t prove that the Virginian Shooting was a hoax than nothing will.

YouTube researcher Peekay22 found a glaring mistake in the Virginia shooting production. He proves that each camera angle shows the actors doing different gestures during the precise moment the gun was fired.

They are not merely two distinct camera angles. Rather, they are two separate instances altogether, indicating that the production team of this staged shooting event took several takes to get the reaction they wanted.

It’s such a sloppy production mistake that it almost seems deliberate.

Source: Activist Post


 

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3 thoughts on “BUSTED: Videos Of Virginia Reporter Shooting Hoax Were Separate Takes!

  1. Have you noticed that the the footage taken by the alleged gunman shows the news cameraman pointing his camera in a different direction, away from the alleged victims; proving that the footage taken by the alleged gunman, and the footage taken by the alleged cameraman were recorded at different times!

  2. Obviously different takes. Also on the news camera shot, when she brings her arm up the leading edge of the paper she’s holding is pointing down. In the “gunman’s” shot it’s clearly pointing up.

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