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MOCKxTHExCROSS 2 points ago +3 / -1

Couldn't make a better shot if you storyboarded it

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 1 point ago +1 / -0

Secret Service MOVE Photographers Into Place RIGHT BEFORE Shots Fired: Clearing The Problem Angles

https://conspiracies.win/p/17teNmVOLO/secret-service-move-photographer/c/

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 3 points ago +3 / -0

Very few people would be that calm and collected after being shot at.

You're onto something here...

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's staged because they need DJT to convince dumb goy to go die for Israel in the war they have planned with Iran.

This gives him more cred with the exact dumb goy they need.

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 1 point ago +1 / -0

High velocity rifle rounds cause damage from cavitation. This was not seen in DJT's injuries.

Cavitation: The wounding effect of the cavitation phenomenon is only significant in velocities surpassing 1,000 feet per second. When a missile enters the body, the kinetic energy imparted on the surrounding tissues forces them forward and radially in the wake of the missile, causing the wound cavity to be stretched outward, creating a “temporary” cavity or temporary displacement of tissues in the projectile’s path. Produced by the large amount of kinetic energy transferred to the tissue, this cavity may be up to 30 times the diameter of the projectile, has a lifetime of 5 to 10 milli-seconds, produces pressures of 100 to 200 atmospheres and collapses into the “permanent” cavity or wound (bullet) track in a pulsatile fashion. The “permanent” cavity is caused by the path of the bullet itself, the diameter of which is variable but usually larger than the diameter of the bullet. If the pressure of temporary cavity formation exceeds the elastic limit of the tissue, then the organ may be disrupted (“bursts”) and a large permanent cavity seen reflects the size of the temporary cavity. Organs which are dense, (and thus cause greater loss of projectile KE), and relatively inelastic are most susceptible to this bursting effect e.g. liver. Organs with low density and high elasticity are relatively protected e.g. lung. Organs such as muscle and skin, which have similar density to liver, are relatively protected because of their elasticity. High-velocity gunshot wounds of the head produce bursting injuries of the skull due to temporary cavity formation. A missile’s ability to produce a temporary cavity is considered an important component in wound production and degree of destruction especially in high-velocity rifle wounds, e.g. centrefire hunting rifles

https://www.emergencymedicinekenya.org/gunshot-wounds/

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 2 points ago +2 / -0

This whole thing is so fake and gay. Love how any criticism of the GOD EMPEROR brings out the downvoting shill brigade. So many new accounts LOL.

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 1 point ago +1 / -0

.223 isn't going to lose a lot of velocity after 140 yards. At that distance it retains roughly 80% of its initial velocity: https://gundata.org/blog/post/223-ballistics-chart/

Like most rifle rounds, it causes damage from the cavitation effect. This was not seen in DJT's injury.

Cavitation: The wounding effect of the cavitation phenomenon is only significant in velocities surpassing 1,000 feet per second. When a missile enters the body, the kinetic energy imparted on the surrounding tissues forces them forward and radially in the wake of the missile, causing the wound cavity to be stretched outward, creating a “temporary” cavity or temporary displacement of tissues in the projectile’s path. Produced by the large amount of kinetic energy transferred to the tissue, this cavity may be up to 30 times the diameter of the projectile, has a lifetime of 5 to 10 milli-seconds, produces pressures of 100 to 200 atmospheres and collapses into the “permanent” cavity or wound (bullet) track in a pulsatile fashion. The “permanent” cavity is caused by the path of the bullet itself, the diameter of which is variable but usually larger than the diameter of the bullet. If the pressure of temporary cavity formation exceeds the elastic limit of the tissue, then the organ may be disrupted (“bursts”) and a large permanent cavity seen reflects the size of the temporary cavity. Organs which are dense, (and thus cause greater loss of projectile KE), and relatively inelastic are most susceptible to this bursting effect e.g. liver. Organs with low density and high elasticity are relatively protected e.g. lung. Organs such as muscle and skin, which have similar density to liver, are relatively protected because of their elasticity. High-velocity gunshot wounds of the head produce bursting injuries of the skull due to temporary cavity formation. A missile’s ability to produce a temporary cavity is considered an important component in wound production and degree of destruction especially in high-velocity rifle wounds, e.g. centrefire hunting rifles

https://www.emergencymedicinekenya.org/gunshot-wounds/

Enough science for you?

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 1 point ago +2 / -1

The teleprompter glass appears undamaged in the photos and DJT claims a bullet hit his ear

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MOCKxTHExCROSS -2 points ago +3 / -5

Right! Gaige Grosskreutz just had his arm grazed by bad boy Kyle LOL

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 1 point ago +2 / -1

I cut my ear shaving once and there was blood everywhere for a solid 20 minutes

Hmm by dukey
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MOCKxTHExCROSS 2 points ago +3 / -1

It's not impossible. I used to bullseye womp rats in my T-16 back home, they're not much bigger than two meters.

Hmm by dukey
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MOCKxTHExCROSS 3 points ago +3 / -0

The bullet in flight picture is so unbelievable. What are the odds?

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm doing my part. Would you like to know more?

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 3 points ago +5 / -2

Not sure why they would want to replace DJT. Can't see anybody else being better at convincing dumb goy to go die for Israel.

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MOCKxTHExCROSS 5 points ago +5 / -0

.22 is a ridiculous choice even at that close range. So much bullet drop and very susceptible to wind. Also the bullet tends to drop out of supersonic before 100 yards and groups open way up.

Hmm by dukey
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MOCKxTHExCROSS 2 points ago +3 / -1

I like how the SS sets up on top of the higher pitched roof of the "Butler Farm Building" but not the lower pitched roof of the "American Glass Research" building.

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