Sunday, October 30, 2016

The TRUTH about the Pipeline Protests in North Dakota. It's not what they have been talling you.

I have never seen such universal deception about something so easy to understand as there is over the Dakota Pipeline and the protests.  The news (not the msm) on the ground is pretty good.  Here are several stories.  IF you want remain in the dark, I can't help you.  If you want to know the truth, here's your doorway.  

Another report from on the ground regarding the North Dakota pipeline protest who are you going to believe the New York Times the LA Times Chicago Tribune democracy now or any other phony News organizations out there or people that really are there seeing what's happening for real for real
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe vowed to fight on against the Dakota Access pipeline Friday and said authorities had needlessly escalated tensions by forcibly removing protesters from areas that water|By Renée Jean
A little more on the pipeline protest in North Dakota. Here's a key point. It's on private land, the pipeline. It smells much like a George Soros sponsored operation
CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) — Protesters trying to block the Dakota Access oil pipeline were staying near their encampment Saturday following two days of confrontations that resulted in more than a hundred arrests and a barricade of burned-out vehicles blocking a North Dakota highway.
there is so much hyperbole false information disinformation and propaganda design to draw in the most gullible. don't be among them it's not what you are hearing in the mainstream media
MORTON COUNTY — A no-surrender line became a line of retreat as a militarized police force overwhelmed hundreds of Dakota Access pipeline protesters and pushed them from a front line|By Lauren Donovan
I lived there. I have friends who still live there and relatives. I know this area well. This whole thing is a left wing farce and I'm glad the police finally took action. This has the same kind of agitators that the Ferguson or Baltimore riots did.
A woman who pulled out a .38-caliber pistol fired three times at officers, narrowly missing a sheriff's deputy. Officers did not return fire

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