Crisis Actors Worried About Drop In False Flags
(Washington, DC) Crisis actors this week showed concern about a drop in the need for false flag operations under a Trump presidency. According to anonymous sources embedded deep in the Soros conspiracy some actors fear they may see their jobs eliminated entirely,
"Look, I rely on this," crisis actor Lance Albertson said from his apartment below the Pentagon. "Seriously, if Trump makes America as great as he says he's going to, there may be no need for us."
False flag operations, long the tool of the communist Obama regime, can be an effective way to manipulate public opinion in favor of your hateful and backward policies. The Sandy Hook "Shooting" for instance, was a false flag operation Obummer planned to sway opinion against the infallible American institution, the NRA. With Trump running things (like a boss!) there may be no need for such operations.
"It's a real concern, I'm not going to lie," said Brie Wanner, a crisis actor famous for not only Sandy Hook, but Orlando, Aurora, and San Bernadino. "I actually PA'd on Waco, so I go WAY back. And, frankly, this is the worst I've ever seen it." Some of the actors are said to even be considering a return to the mainstream.
"I might go back to Hollywood," said burly crisis actor Dean Beever, looking over a script from truTV that called for a lumberjack type. "Sure, it's a move back down the ladder, but I got a family to think about. And, as much as I enjoy being a part of a major leftist conspiracy, they come first."
As gloomy as the situation is, some in the crisis acting world are less worried. "It'll come back," director Serge Florentine said while watching dailies from a rehearsal of an earthquake that may be needed in California. "Eventually, Trump will realize that, great as he is, he can't do it alone. He needs us. Then,...Boooom. Earthquake. We'll be ready."