Did Directed Energy Weapons Cause Viral Cleveland Fire?!

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Did Directed Energy Weapons cause the fast-spreading fire in Cleveland that went viral?!

Take a look at the viral video, and find out what the facts really are!

 

Claim : Directed Energy Weapons Caused Viral Cleveland Fire!

People are sharing a viral video clip of a fast-spreading fire in Cleveland, which they claim / suggest is evidence of Directed Energy Weapons being tested on Americans!

MAVERICK X : Another very strange phenomenon from Cleveland, USA which happened recently.

It appears like the consequences of testing directed energy weapons, maybe even preparing us for alien invasion.

Everything is staged my friends.

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Truth : Directed Energy Weapons Did Not Cause Viral Cleveland Fire!

This is yet another example of FAKE NEWS created / propagated by conspiracy theorists, and here are the reasons why…

Fact #1 : Video Was Recorded In June 2022

First, I should point out that the video above was originally posted by Scotty Kash in TikTok (archive) on 19 June 2022. The fire apparently happened at around 2 AM on 18 June 2022.

The video went viral on TikTok and Twitter in July 2022, and then again on X (formerly known as Twitter) in December 2023.

This fire did not happen “recently” in Cleveland, as claimed by some people, unless “recently” is defined as anything over 1.5 years ago!

Fact #2 : Fire Was Apparently Caused By A Cigarette

According to Cleveland fire investigators, the fire started was apparently “sparked by a cigarette that was carelessly discarded

There is no evidence, then in 2022 and now in 2023, that the fire was caused by any Directed Energy Weapon (DEW) testing. The last I checked – an errant cigarette is not considered a Directed Energy Weapon…

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Did Directed Energy Weapons Cause Viral Cleveland Fire?!

Fact #3 : Fire Started In A Single Mulch Bed

According to witnesses at the scene, the fire appeared to start in a single mulch bed, but quickly spread to other nearby mulch beds due to strong winds.

Videographer Drew Griffing spotted the fire after getting off work at the nearby Forward Night Club:

I saw some smoke, saw some sparks, originally thought maybe it was car on fire, and then as I got closer, I saw one mulch bed and the wind was blowing all the sparks into the other mulch beds, you know chain reaction and it was reminiscent of a wild fire.

Eventually, at least 20 mulch beds were set on fire by the blaze. Just in case you are wondering – mulch is highly flammable, so it only requires a fire source to set it on fire, and a good wind to spread it to other mulch beds. As Cleveland Fire spokesperson Lt. Mike Norman explained:

You have a smoldering cigarette, and then mulch is a fuel, you know it’s wood chips, we’ve had a couple hot days, I’m sure that mulch got nice and dry, so that ignition source and that fuel, and then the wind, you know that wind driven fire, wind fuels that fire and that fire spread pretty quickly.

Fire officials pointed out that this is why it is so important to make sure cigarettes are completely extinguished before people dispose of them.

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