The Coverup of Notre Dame

PJMediaThe French investigators have such extraordinary powers of forensic penetration that they can dispense with all such inductive aids to inquiry. Here they have not one, not two or three, but twelve acts of violent desecration in the past month, including an arsonist attack against the second largest church in Paris. Then Notre Dame catches fire—and what a fire it was—on Monday of Holy Week. Even before the fire was brought under control, the authorities ruled out arson. Has the world ever seen a more potent demonstration of investigative prowess?

The claimed cause of the fire seemed sketchy to me. Announcing it while Notre Dame was still burning (and thus before any possible investigation) seems like a fatal flaw, especially when considered in context. I don't claim to know what actually happened, but connecting the dots leads to a clear implication, and the official story is nonsense.

And by dots, I mean a series of church burnings in France, along with a man with gas cans arrested at a New York cathedral, and a church in South Carlina vandalized.

This entry was published Thu Apr 18 06:47:18 CDT 2019 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-04-17 16:18:55.0. [Tweet]

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