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originally posted by: EndofSaturn
a reply to: stosh64
I've seen a lot of guilty mug-shots in my time. This is definitely not one of them.
What the hell did they do to him...
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
Who???? Never even heard of the guy!
All I know is this...anyone who makes a living on Utoob is a knobber!
I said, hey, man
I been framed
Hey, no, really, man I was framed
Aw, I never do nothing wrong, man
But every time I get the blame
I been framed
It's quite ironic because the more you deepstate shills try to detract and dismiss his content, the more people like me pay attention to it. You would have better luck fulfilling your agenda if you simply ignored him all together.
originally posted by: ChaoticOrder
We can all agree Tyler isn't exactly the most trustworthy person in the world, he's a typical YouTuber who aims to get views. I'm not going to hold that against him however, for the most part he's just providing a platform for people to share their UFO videos and from what I saw he wasn't trying to push any specific narrative.
This video of Tyler claiming to be set up is very perplexing to me, because what he's describing obviously sounds like something out of a movie and I really struggle to believe that anyone in the government would be threatened enough by what he does to get him falsely arrested, there's no way to tell which UFO videos are real even if some are.
Having said that I also find it equally hard to believe that Tyler is a drink driving, wife beating, psychopath who is scary enough that his wife of 16 years wont admit to being abused. Tyler has always seemed to me the straight edged guy he claims to be, and his body language conveys that, I'd also say his friends and family would back that claim.
It also seems this is another one of those topics quickly sent to the hoax bin based purely on the person and not the content of this specific video, because I haven't seen any proof that Tyler has ever beaten his wife. However I also think there's a good chance that a troll falsely reported him to the police, but that wouldn't explain the DUI.
In my experience cases like this are never cut and dry, it's very easy to assume Tyler is lying but it might be unfair to quickly claim this is all a hoax if there's a chance it's not. Like it or not Tyler is a part of the conspiracy community and if he's being attacked I for one will not turn my back on him and treat his life as worthless.
His worst mistake in this video was admitting to feeling suicidal. If he's truly feeling that bad then it's just mean to continue further attacking his character unless you know the full story about what happened to him, which I'm quite sure no one here does. What I infer when I see such unforgiving and unfounded attacks on a person, is I should pay attention to that person.
originally posted by: Purpapengus
a reply to: kwakakev
Why would "they" screw around with the known hoaxer as opposed to "suiciding" him?
This is going to turn out to be like when he was claiming bullying by fake accounts with a video showing him owning said fake account.
We might just be witnessing him entering full stage of whatever disorder he has.
originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: kwakakev
Tyler Glockner is a just one of the many who use the subject as a way to make money , he is a hoaxer so if one of his videos is a hoax then why wouldn't all of his videos be hoaxes , he and his channel are well known in the community and the only thing his "work" does is generate clicks for his own benefit ... although in the modern youtube age I guess his revenue is down.
Any suggestion that he is being persecuted to keep him quiet is laughable , he has nothing and has contributed nothing to the subject so his problems stem from within.