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Area 51 gets STORMED

The moment was captured early Friday (September 20) morning, a moment meant to uncover a monumental truth: the storming of Area 51. It's the moment the internet has been clamoring for. The moment that would shine a light on one of the longest-running conspiracy theories ever: the storming of Area 51 to expose the secret aliens lurking beneath the shadowy military base. Area 51 is the common name given to the highly classified United States Air Force facility located within the Nevada Test and Training Range. Officially, the facility is called Homey Airport or Groom Lake. The CIA publicly acknowledged the existence of the base for the first time in 2013, following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed in 2005. During Alienstock in nearby Rachel, Nevada, the stormers began to assemble. On September 20, at 3 a.m., harkening back to the original Facebook post that started this madness, it was foretold: the truth would be exposed. Over 1 million people responded to that anonymous Facebook post, "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us", an attempt to "see them aliens." Air Force spokeswoman Laura McAndrews said government officials knew about the proposal and in a statement to media, she said "(Area 51) is an open training range for the U.S. Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces. The U.S. Air Force always stands ready to protect America and its assets." So during Alienstock in nearby Rachel, Nevada, the stormers began to assemble. However, when the stormers arrived, chanting "clap them cheeks," security at the government facility intensified and reinforcements were brought in to protect the Air Force's assets. "I know there are [aliens here]. Someone explain this!" said a man in unicorn pajamas. "Jeff Bezos. He has everything. He will sell anything. He will sell your soul," said a man waving a North Korean flag. "I believe in other life forms, but aliens? No," said an officer tasked with protecting the facility and the secrets therein. But was this the government's last-ditch effort to conceal a horrible truth? Or was it the much more probable result of a group of bizarre individuals being rebuffed forcefully from illegally entering US federal property? Only you can decide.
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