CIA Murders 5 Cops In Dallas False Flag Sniper Attack To Frame Black Lives Matter

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“Our country is control by evil, racist white people in control…knew they had no way to use their media tactics to spin the murder of Philando Castile… so to demonize the Black men..they sent the CIA out to murder some cops to make it look like Black people did it…Black Lives Matter people wouldn’t open up fire on a demonstration of Black Lives Matter people to kill Black people…they want to shift the blame…It was the CIA.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDMEKfgWkTU

–“The CIA just murdered 5 police officers in a false flag attack in Dallas Texas. They know that the story of the murder of Philando Castile is too important and powerful of a story so they had to do something drastic to change the narrative…. So the CIA sent a sniper team to a peaceful protest in Dallas and had them open fire and murder 5 cops so that they could make it look like Black Lives Matter supporters were behind these vicious attacks. But there isn’t any black person or black lives matter supporter who is gonna somehow get a sniper rifle and climb onto a rooftop to kill some police. It just doesn’t work like that. Black Lives Matter or any black person, would never open fire on cops during a Black Lives Matter demonstration. This was the CIA that carried out this attack. The CIA are the ones responsible for the murder of these police. Black people and Black Lives Matter had NOTHING to do with the murder of these police officers. So I am sick of all the racists on Facebook coming out of the wood work all of a sudden to blame black people and Black Lives Matter for this attack. This attack was a false flag operation by the CIA to try to derail the momentum of the revolution following Philando Castile’s murder at the hands of cops.— Evan LeFavor

 

 

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