ScaupHunter wrote:Staged? Maybe, than again maybe not.
We used to have to watch a couple of guys in the Army in long running formations. No locked knees or other bad habits. Their their eyes would start flipping back and forth just like that girls were. They would start rocking back and forth to stay alert just like that girl did. She had all the classic signs of getting ready to pass out. Guys would be looking at them just like the woman on the left was doing. Trying to tell them not to fall out. Eventually the guy behind the soldier would catch the guy behind and drag them behind the formation.
I for one can't stand the stooge in chief, but I am not so sure I am ready to call this one staged. It is suspicious but that is as far as I will go on this one. I have seen similar situations that weren't staged.
assateague wrote:Who then "gets lightheaded", allowing dummy to "save" her.
buckmeister wrote:I would not put it past them. Looks staged to me. When the welfare checks were delayed during the "government shut down" they said their was a computer glitch. There was no glitch, it was intentional.
assateague wrote:Being a trained actor who is a leader, and being a trained actor who isn't are two very, very different things.
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