posted on Jan, 2 2008 @ 10:00 AM
I think he stepped off camera so that the name of the school on the sign could be seen. He also stepped off because he was finishing up his
introduction and a package was about to be played. It's pretty standard operating procedure in a case like this. It's not that rare to see a
reporter step aside so that the camera can zoom in on or show a sign, place, even, etc. Not to mention the fact that we aren't dealing with a
veteran reporter here on a major channel. He is just a field reporter for a local Fox affiliate in some city. He's not Shepard Smith and this
isn't Fox News Channel. So anyone who has any evil Fox News neoconservative shape-shifting theories can just drop it right now! So what I'm saying
is that it's not that far-fetched to assume that this guy stepped off camera too early because he assumed they were already rolling footage, and then
returned on screen when he realized or was informed of his mistake. So we could be reading a little too much into it.
Furthermore, if you look closely you can see that his shirt as well as his jacket also undergo the same pixalization (or shape-shift as some would
have it) that his face does. Is his shirt and sport jacket also part of his reptilian shape-shifting body? I wasn't aware that reptilians could
also shift their wardrobe! That must save them a ton of money when it comes to things like back-to-school shopping! I sure wish that I was able to
shape-shift whatever I was wearing into whatever I wanted!
Also, it looks like the sign DOES in fact experience some of the same pixalization that the reporter does. It's just not as easy to tell because it
isn't up-close and focused on as the reporter is, and it isn't as dark a color as the reporter's skin. So it's harder to tell, but you can see
how "blocky" it is.
This is clearly another case of reptilian-obsessed ATS members clutching at straws. There is NOTHING here. It's another example of poor-quality
video, a poor satellite feed, etc. Plus, I can think of far more influential positions for one to obtain as a reptilian shape-shifter than a field
reporter for a Fox affiliate local news program. I mean, he's covering a story about birthday cake and a school student injuring her arm! This guy
has reptilian friends in the US government and the British royal family! And all he could get was a gig as a no-name reporter in some
mildly-populated market in the middle of the US? Come on, people!
There may be reptilian shape-shifters (I really doubt it). They may even be here on Earth. But this isn't one of them! This is just some bad video
and/or a bad feed! This kind of junk really discredits the legitimate search for extraterrestrial life here on earth and throughout the universe.
This is the kind of stuff that makes the average person roll their eyes when the subject of ET's is brought up. This is the stuff that makes normal
people whistle the Twilight Zone theme when someone mentions UFO's. And this is the stuff that has the media treat the subject of UFO's with such a
comedic fashion. We can do much better, people. Let's stop hurting the cause and giving these kinds of videos more attention than they deserve.
I'm far more likely to believe that the government deploys these kinds of posters (the OP) than they do the traditional debunker. These guys can do
far more damage than any naysayer can. Their dis-info and rediculous theories just further delay any hopes of disclosure by the powers that be. I
almost hope that they are in fact government dis-info agents, because otherwise they are just mindless trolls who are doing the work of the government
for free without even realizing it! Some of the posters on here should be getting a monthly check from the government! In fact, some of them
probably do, but it's in the form of unemployment or Welfare benefits. Because you'd need that kind of free time to come up with such junk as this!