Obama Has Placed America’s Schools, Malls and Sporting Events In Grave Danger

Sunday, November 22, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Dave Hodges
TheCommonSenseShow.com
22 Nov, 2015

From 2pm-3pm, on November 21, 2015, James White and I, as part of a pre-recorded interview for The Common Sense Show, covered the topic of a possible terrorist attack in Atlanta upon a World Wrestling Event which would take allegedly take place on Sunday. At the time we were breaking the news, were interviewing the National Media Director and the President and Founder of the Oathkeepers, Jason Van Tatenhove and Stewart Rhodes, respectively. The Oathkeepers were among the very first to break the possible story of terrorist attacks in Atlanta as being reported by a faction of Anonymous.

In Van Tatenhove’s November 21st article, he reported that there were conflicting reports regarding these potential terrorist attacks. Anonymous has stated that the news of the attacks did not come from them. However, they stopped short of saying that these attacks were not true. There is another story which, from the original pastebin post by OpParisIntel of Anonymous which speaks of terrorist attacks on the world beginning on 11/22. Subsequently, we have conflicting reports coming out of various Anonymous factions.

The Most Recent Information

From the Original story:

“Anonymous, the loose collective of online activists, said Saturday it has uncovered information about Islamic State group attacks in Paris as well as at locations in the U.S., Indonesia, Italy and Lebanon, all apparently set for Sunday. OpParisIntel, a group within Anonymous, released a statement saying it had collected information about imminent attacks by the militant group — aka Daesh, ISIL and ISIS — in the French capital a little more than a week after a series of coordinated attacks there left 130 dead and hundreds injured”.

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