Updated 8:25 AM, 11:35 AM ET 8/26
In the immediate aftermath of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s speech at the Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno Nevada Thursday there is an unusual six-seconds of missing video. Thereafter as the video comes back and Clinton is glad-handing audience members, smart phones capturing footage of Clinton’s exit in apparently real time reveal an empty room. This can be verified against identical video of the event here beginning at 39:00. Video footage continues for only a half-minute until segueing to still images at 39:31.
MHB is a platform for discussing and examining events that do not appear to actually be what the public has been told. This includes the Sandy Hook School massacre, which Clinton invokes in this speech as a means to decry critical thinkers and alternative media. (Conveniently overlooked is the fact that Clinton herself is implicated in the so-called shooting massacre.) In this instance there is video manipulation suggested of an event involving a prominent political leader and taking place (so the public is led to believe) in a particular sequence.
This raises a number of questions. When in fact did the speech take place? How many video sources were used in the apparent composite production? What happened in the six expurgated seconds of video? Did the candidate fall down again? Was the audience so insubstantial that footage from another speech (perhaps one of Trump’s?) was grafted over that of her departure? How many of the audience members were paid to attend and wave banners? Is Clinton even shaking hands with those who appear to be present? Adding to the intrigue are the many reports on the candidate’s inability to attract decent numbers at her speeches, her potential health problems, and the fact that she hasn’t held a press conference in over eight months.
H/t DITRH and ‘Barry Soetoro’
Update: Below is another new analysis of the video.
I noticed this at the beginning. Clear as day, the backgrounds don’t match. Rock solid proof of fakery.