Don't you sometimes think it's really weird that after some event, there's absolutely no evidence, but within minutes to hours there's a fully developed narrative? Even weirder is that the exact same phrases get used over and over again starting with the very first reporting, almost as though they're talking points prepared in advance.djpbaltimore said:My only emotion is bemusement at the pretzel logic some will do to avoid an inconvenient conclusion that runs against their deep-rooted dogmas. And your posts are a veritable gold mine. Thank you for that!
As for the rest, you provide no evidence for the false flag option. So how can it be equally probable? A hypothesis that is supported by no evidence is a very weak one indeed.