Saturday, September 5, 2020

Did I film a UFO? Coast to Coast (video)

Tim Binnall (Coast to Coast, FB, 9/20); Pfc. Sandoval, Seth Auberon (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Old bum George Noory
An airline passenger admiring the view from her window seat could not believe her eyes when she saw a curious unidentified flying object in the sky. It resembled a classic flying saucer.

The strange sight reportedly took place on August 20, 2020 around 11:30 am shortly after witness Mariah Lyn's flight took off from Philadelphia.

While trying to take some cool aerial footage with her phone, she noticed a fast-moving silver object streaking across the sky. She posted the footage on YouTube this week.

Alleged UFO, Passaic, NJ, 1952
Unexplained Aerial Phenomena (UAP/UFO) enthusiasts are hailing the footage as a fascinating glimpse of an alien craft. However, not everyone is convinced as skeptics note that, given the object's proximity to a major airport, the oddity may have been another speeding plane diving in for a landing.

To her credit, Ms. Lyn has attempted to solve the case by examining flight records online, which seem to suggest the airplane theory may have merit. More

Is George R. Noory a moron, plant, or both?
Nothing can hover silently in the air using anti-gravity...except this cool toy on my desk.
I'm not a bisexual drunk tramp. I'm sleepy.
Is George [Ralphie] Noory the problem with the show [Coast to Coast]? Don't get me wrong, he seems like a genuinely nice guy. I mean, [this military-trained propagandist] seems so generous... But damn, I can't listen to his shows anymore. I don't know why, but he never seems to be actually listening to the guest responses. And if you doubt me, count how many times the guest finishes answering and George will say, "Well, you've got a point there" only to take the line of questioning on a complete tangent. And don't get me started on his fumbling of words [moronic mispronunciations, pretending to know things he doesn't, while he silently looks them up or gets fed answers in studio and then pretends he did know -- and all the planted call ins from Thomas, Cornelius, the Millennial, and other stooges paid to kiss his]... More

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