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[–] Gr8b8 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

I agree with you. The circumstantial evidence is considerable. But although it may convince you and me, it doesn't actually prove anything. Normies aren't going to sit down for a couple hours and sift through the mountains of coincidences, codewords, and creepy remarks. They want a smoking gun. We have to hunker down, fight the good fight, and deliver that to them.

I'm not saying circumstantial evidence is useless. It gives us encouragement and shows us that we're on the right track, but the ball won't start rolling until we get some hard evidence.


[–] Forgetmenot 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

The E fit is hard evidence. The audio is hard evidence. Without the demand for an investigation, without the power of a search warrant, substantial, corroborating evidence will not come to light.