A Sensible Theory Regarding Malaysian Airlines Flight 370Â (Moonbattery)
Before we get to the sensible theory regarding what happened to the Malaysian airliner, first let’s have Don Lemon’s. In the midst of tragedy, it is often therapeutic to lighten the mood withÂ buffoonery:
CNN’s Don Lemon has been entertaining all sorts of theories about the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, including the chance something “supernatural” happened, but on Wednesday night, he actually asked panelists about the possibility a black hole was involved.
Lemon brought this up along with other “conspiracy theories” people have been floating on Twitter, including people noting the eerie parallels to Lost and The Twilight Zone, and wondered, “is it preposterous” to consider a black hole as a possibility?
No Don, it isn’t preposterous. At least not compared to your journalistic career.
Lemon can float the black hole theory for the same reason he has a job at CNN despite his obvious cognitive deficiencies: he is black. Otherwise it would be racist. Just ask Dallas County CommissionerÂ John Wiley Price.
Following the World Trade Center attacks on 9-11, 2001, a group of US pilots were asked to plan a similar scenario where a plane could be used by terrorists in an attack.
Missing MH370 timeline (South China Morning Post)
A former US military fighter pilot who now flies commercial planes in Asia offered this theory at the time. He shared it with The Gateway Pundit this week.
We theorized that if a plane flew to 45,000 feet the pilot could kill off the passengers. 40,000 feet would do it as well, but the higher the better.
NYT journaillie reports Robert Spencer caused Malay jet’s disappearance…
Well, not exactly. But a dimbulb at the NYT by the name ofÂ Â Robert Mackey, who authored Â the piece,Â Â claims that Spencer said Â “Captain Zaharie might have plotted a suicide bombing.” That claim is patently false.–New York Times, attempting to exonerate Malaysian pilot, lies about Robert Spencer