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Monday, April 6, 2009

Glenn Beck Debunks the FEMA Concentration Camp Conspiracy Theory - Video 4/6/09

Here is video of Glenn Beck today with a segment debunking the crazy conspiracy theory that FEMA is operating "Concentration Camps" in the United States. I guess I have been living under a rock somewhere because I had never heard such a wacko idea. But it is apparently all over the internet and has made the rounds via email as well. This sounds a lot like the 9-11 Truthers who won't go away, claiming the U.S. Government was behind the 9-11 attacks. It seems there will always be people to perpetuate conspiracy theories.

Anyway, Beck talks with a reporter from Popular Mechanics who positively disproves the FEMA Conspiracy Theory.


Pois April 7, 2009 at 4:38 PM  

May all be a conspiracy theory, but I, for one, do not like the idea of civilians, even convict ones, being guarded by the Military, if they did not commit Department of Defense related crimes.

It soils somewhat their military status, it just doesn't feel right.

Anonymous,  April 9, 2009 at 8:08 PM  

This is not an effective debunk. This claimed FEMA site was falsely claimed by a known CIA operative more than 20 years ago. It was claimed as such so that it could be held up as not being a FEMA camp thus diffusing peoples concern about the Govt camps.

This particular video/camp location is old and has been debunked. People should look further afield and they will find the truth in it. Do not believe anything Beck tells you. He is one of them. He also calls upon a known yellow journalist from the same organization that helped cover up 911 - Popular Mechanics.

No credibility what so ever. At least everyone know nows which side Beck is on.

Anonymous,  April 9, 2009 at 8:09 PM  

10 years ago not 20. Typo, sorry.

Anonymous,  March 7, 2011 at 8:53 AM  

try again BECK-I have worked at them --Have You????

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