CNN Reporter Suggests Manchester Terror Attack Was a Right-Wing False Flag Operation

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Manchester, England: CNN reported that a terrorist bombing that killed 22 and injured 50 could have been a ‘right-wing, false-flag’ attack. Now police have named Salman Abedi as the key suspect in the attack.  Abedi was born in 1994 in England to Libyan parents and was known to law enforcement, but they did not believe he posed a threat. –GEG

CNN “Terror Analyst” Paul Cruickshank said Monday night on Anderson Cooper’s AC360 that the bombing attack in Manchester could be a “right-wing” “false flag.”

“It must also be noted that in recent months in Europe, there’s been a number of false flag plots where right-wing extremists have tried to frame Islamists for terrorism,” Cruickshank said. “We have seen that in Germany in recent weeks.”

The actual culprit — brace yourselves — was not right-wing extremists carrying out false flag conspiracies to frame innocent Muslims, but instead according to CBS News a 23-year-old Muslim terrorist named Salman Abedi who was reportedly “known to authorities but not thought to pose immediate threat.”

Sorry to burst your bubble, CNN.

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Video from BBC – Reporter tells audience to “get used to” terror attacks.

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