OK City Bombing Conspiracy Theory Turns Out Be True (Video)
OKC – A Conspiracy Theory
The Corbett Report
On the morning of April 19, 1995, a decorated Gulf War combat vet blew up the federal building in Oklahoma City using a truck bomb that he didn’t build in a Ryder truck that he didn’t rent with the help of a passenger who didn’t exist. Having just gotten away with the largest act of terrorism on U.S. soil to date the Fort Bragg-trained Special Forces (sheep dipped) “dropout” blended in with the crowd by making his getaway in a car without a license plate and was immediately pulled over.
The ATF was the supposed target of the attack, but luckily all of their agents were out of the office that morning.
Later that day the president boldly declared “we will find the people who did this” and “when we do, justice will be swift, certain and severe” except for John Doe #2, who, according to the FBI, never existed.
In McVeigh’s unprecedented three and a half week trial the prosecution didn’t show the CCTV footage of him (and John Doe #2) parking the Ryder truck, didn’t explain why 24 separate witnesses mass hallucinated the existence of John Doe #2, didn’t explain why the government was testing truck bombs and the army was storing Ryder trucks at Camp Gruber right before the bombing, and didn’t talk to the FBI informants who blew the whistle on the plot, but they did collaborate with the CIA and they did convict McVeigh as the lone wolf bomber and Terry Nichols as his bomb constructing accomplice.
Still, a bunch of crazy conspiracy theorists (including 300 bombing victims) insist on talking about facts and evidence and refuse to simply believe what they’ve been told a million times by people in tailored suits with well-coiffed hair.
They quote the US Air Force Brigadier General and the FBI crime lab whistleblower and the inventor of the neutron bomb who point out the physical impossibility that the Ryder Truck bomb did the damage to the building, but that doesn’t matter because if there were other bombs in the building that day we would have heard about them.
The FBI claims to have lost the footage showing McVeigh (and John Doe #2) parking the truck in front of the Murrah Building that morning, but that’s understandable because the Bureau has a lot of important evidence to store.
There was a bomb squad truck parked across the street 2 hours before the blast, but that just shows the authorities were prepared for anything.
And “someone called the executive secretariat’s office at the Justice Department in Washington and said the Murrah building had been bombed…but this was 24 minutes before the blast.” But that just shows the public was unusually vigilant that morning.
Also, the governor of Oklahoma’s brother wrote a book before the attack in which a “Tom McVey” plots to blow up a federal building, but that’s probably just a coincidence.
McVeigh wrote a letter to his sister where he admitted to being a secret special forces operative and he complained to friends of the pain in his ass from an Army-implanted microchip, but that’s crazy because if he didn’t actually leave the Army in 1991 there would be proof of that.
This man never existed, and if you say otherwise you’re a crazy government-hating nutjob who deserves to be locked in a cage for the rest of your life. Likewise him, her, them, her and him. (and him and him).
McVeigh was not executed on May 16, 2001 as scheduled because the FBI withheld 1000s of documents from McVeigh’s lawyers, but that doesn’t matter because the execution went ahead anyway on June 11. In a highly unusual and secret agreement no autopsy was performed, one witness said he was still breathing and the prison officials admitted his hearse was a decoy. Then the case was officially closed.
This is the story of OKC as told to you by the same truth-tellers behind the Savile story and Brian Williams and the Engel kidnapping, and if you have questions about any part of this story you are a paranoid, wingnut, birther-truther-tenther-prepper conspiracy loon who should feel guilty for having been born. If you love baseball, fluffy kittens, hot dogs, Barbie, Star Wars and freedom, you will never ever bring up any of these points ever again. Ever.
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And remember: Ignorance Is Strength!