‘Storm Area 51’ Facebook page vanished, but it’s reappeared

‘Storm Area 51’ Facebook page vanished, but it’s reappeared

A sign welcomes visitors as they enter the town of Rachel,which is to be a gathering site for the upcoming Storm Area 51 in September, Aug. 1, 2019. (L.E. Baskow/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Left_Eye_Images Nevada Test Site’s top 5 atomic blasts El Paso shooting stokes fear felt in US Hispanic communities Sheriff’s deputies kill man holding infant hostage in Carson City In Las Vegas, Marianne Williamson blasts Trump, white nationalism Unexplained actions involving Area 51? It’s enough to spark even more conspiracy theories. The morning after Mathew Roberts talked to CNET about Facebook removing the “Storm Area 51” event he created, the page had been restored. The original post, “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us,” started as a joke and quickly went viral with more than 2 million people pledging to “see them aliens.” On Saturday, Roberts posted a screenshot of the message he received saying the […]

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