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nurse? i need you to do something. of course. i need these samples retested. was there a problem with them? man: dr. scully? we need you in here. i just want them retested, please. thank you. oh. and i'm expecting a call-- well, i'm hoping for a call-- from somebody named mulder. is the hour absolutely necessary? it was important that i see you. we made an agreement about our meeting in unsecured environments. i took the usual precautions. i'm assuming you did, too. (plane engine humming) i've been standing here for over an hour. i haven't seen a soul. i called you because you sa, if i ever putt the pieces together, that you would confirm.
i've met someone, i've seen something. 'cause you weren't even close. warring aliens lighting each other on fire and other such nonsense. i was being cleverly manipulated. and what brings this new clarity? i saw an arv running on free energy. i saw it disappear. that's what they all seem to do. but the technology exists. it's existed since roswell. and it's been in use, being used on humans in human testing, the taking of men, women and children that's misreported as alien abductions. so you believe you have the how. yes. and i think i know the why. the why is more complicated than you may ever know, mr. mulder. 60 years ago, we were warned about the military industrial complex gathering too much power. this is old news. the countdown has begun. it began in 2012, but no one knew. tell me something new. alien technology being used against us, not by aliens, n with aliens, but by a venalalonspiracy of men against humanity. you're wasting my time.
you tell me, mr.pmulder. ten years ago, you came to me saying you c cldn't take your secrets to your grave, that you couldn't live with it. i'm a man of medicine. i didn't know how my work would be used. (screaming) the lies are so great, mr. mulder.. the truth must be unassailable. so let me tell the world. they'll make a mockery of us then let me take that bullet. and these men are capable of that. you're nearly there. you're close. roswell. that was a smokescreen.
what are you doing here, scully? mulder, you hang up on me, i don't hear from you all day, you're on some jag about the x-files. i figured it out. it all makes complete sense. all these years, we've been deceived. i don't know what you mean. i... i couldn't call you because it's gonna sound crazy. that's why i'm here, mulder, as somebody who cares about you. as somebody who's wowoied about you. all right, just listen to me, all right? no, you listen to me, mulder. scully, you got to trust me on this. i have seen this before. you're on fire, believing that you're onto some truth, that you can save the world. this will finally be their undoing. it'll be your undoing, mulder. this is my life. this is everything. this is everything i believe in. you want to believe. you so badly want to believe. i do believe. i believe that tad o'malley is right. this is not an alien conspiracy. it's a conspiracy of men. tad o'malley is a charming man full of charming bs, mulder. , he woke me up. how do y y know he's not playing you?
what are you talking about? the truth is out there, scully, and tad o'malley's gonna broadcast it. mulder... listst to me. as your friend and as a physician, you are on dangerous ground here. i know what i'm doing. sveta: is everything okay? yeah, everything is okay. she's the key to everything. sveta.....s the key. you know what you're doing. scully...
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you're not leaving, are you? i just need to get out of here. stay. it's important. don't tell me what's important, please. i just need to leave. wasn't she invited? i would have invited you, scully, but i didn't think you'd come. i shouldn't have come. then what are you doing here? mulder, what are you up to? mulder: the tentacles reach far back into the last century, but it wasn'n'until victories in europe and japan and the onset of the cold war that political and economic conditions became perfect for actual execution. a conspiracy bigge and more secret than the manhattan project. more odious and far-reaching. no sooner had we defeated germany than a new threat started appearing in skies over america, drawn to earth by the latest threat to extinction: the h-bomb. explosions actctg as transducers, drawing alien life forms through wormholes in spaceships using electrogravitic propulsion.
concerned for mankind and the threat of our self-destruction, forestalling our annihilation through their own self-sacrifice. the crashes at roswell. more importantly, places like aztec. world leaders signed secret memos directing scientific studies of alien technology and biochemistry. classified studies were done at military installations s4, groom lake, wright-patterson and dulce, extracting alien tissue. (woman screaming) tests were done on unsuspecting human subjects in elaborately staged abductions, in craft`using alien technology recovered from the downed saucers... (screaming) includudg human hybridization through gene editing and forced implantation of alien embryos. why do such a thing and lie about it-- our own government? your own government lies as a matter of course, as a matter of policy-- the tuskegee experiments on black men in the '30s; henrietta lacks. at are they trying to do? that's the missing piece. o'malley:: but it's not hard d imagine-- a government hiding,
alien technology for 70 years, at the expense of human life and the future of the planet. driven not only by corporate greed, t... a darker objececve. the takeover of america. o'malley: and then the world itself, by any means necessary, however violent... or cruel... or efficient. by severe drought brought on by weather wars conducted secretly using aerial contaminants and high-altitude electromagnetic waves, in a state of perpetual war to create problem-reaction- solution scenarios to distract, enrage and enslave american citizens at home with tools like the patriot act and the national defense authorization actct which abridged the constitution in the name of national security. the militarization of police forces in cities across the u.s. the building of prison camps by the fededal emergency management agegey with no stated purpose. the corporate takeover of food and agriculture, pharmaceuticals and health care, even the military, in clandestine agendas,
already consumed by consumerism. and i encourage you all to go shopping more. a government that taps your phone, collects your data and monitors your whereabouts with impunity. a government preparingng to use that data against you when it strikes and the final takeover begins. the takeer of america. by a well-oiled and well-armed multinational group of elites that will cull, kill and subjugate. happening as we sit here. it's happening all around us. the other shoe waiting to drop. it'lo probably start on a friday. the banks will announce a security action necessitating their computers to go offline all weekend. digital money will disappear. they can just steal yo money? followed by the detonation of strategic electromagnetic pulse bombs to knock out major grids. what will seem like an attack on america by terrorists or russia. or simulated alien invasion using alien replica vehicles that exist and are already in use. an alien invasion of the u.s.
you can't say these things. m gonna say them tomorrow. it's fearmongering claptrap, isolationist techno-paranoia so bogus and dangerous and stupid... that it borders on treason. sayiyi these things would be incredibly irresponsible. mulder: it's irresponsible not to say it. especially if it's the truth. your test came back negative. what do you mean, negative?
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fi drama that's out of this (low, indistinct chatter) (typing) o'malley (on computer): i promised you the truth today, but that truth has come under assault. tad o'malley tried to put words in my mouth. he paid me to create stories about alien abductions. he is saying lies and stories for his tv s sw so people will watch. i am... so sorry if i misled anyone. they gototo her. o'malley: these are the depths our government stoops to. o'malley: we must be making them very afraid. dr. scully?
(keyless lock chirps) mulder: there's something called the venus syndrome. it's a runaway global warming scenario that leads us to the brink of the sixth extinction. those with means will prepare to move off the planet intotopace, which has already been weaponizeze against the poor, huddled masses of humanity that haven't been exterminated by the uber-violent fascist elites.
you look exhausted, mulder. it was a long day at the office. i don't know if you saw, but... tad o'malley pulled the plug. they're very good, ththe guys, you know? and what about sveta? where is she? i'm sure they scared her to death. we need to find her, mulder. we need to protect her, no matter what. why? you said her tests came back negative. i ran them aga. in fact... i sequenced her entire genome because i didn't trust the initial results. are you saying she has alien dna? and i sequenced my own genome-- because of my history and... because we have a child together. scully... what are y/u saying?
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out here, here, and here. so, with all of that, why would you ever go to verizon? switch to u.s. cellular now and get t gigs of data fofojust $40 a month plus get $300 back. let's not overthink this. fox 28 news at nine -- ready for ragbrai.the corridor town that has a long road ahead - before it's ready for summer. plus turng it up a nonoh.one week from tomorrow, the iowa caucuses will be held. we'll tell you the last-minute support being brought in, to try and win your vote. and - - one believes and one is a skeptic.(22:54:24)) " when i was a kid we had this train set that we put up for christmas and certain nights it would just start up and go around the tree in the middle of the night. " your thoughts on the real - x - out there.
good evening - thank you for staying with us tonight. we begin with the news one corridor town has waited more than a *decade to hear. ragbrai - - is travelling the southern - route of iowa - this summer - - and that could bring some fifteen** thousand riders - - in to the corridor town of - washington. fox 28 news reporter - dora miller - - is here - with the latest on how the town is getting ready.dora. the route starts in glenwood and ends in muscatine... washington -- one of the stops in-between -- has waited more than a decade for this.since the announcement, they've switched their focus now to planning. planning. snow still coats the ground in washington, but they're already in the summer mindset. ragbrai is coming through. through. "it's been about 15 years since they've last come through here and we've always had a big welcome for them." this time is no different.. different.. "this was just our timing, it's perfect timing."
she's been busy since she found out about the route. route. "we're scrambling immediately to see how we can accommodate as many people as possible. we have a coffee shop and we're already thinking about opening up the back end of that and how we can use our outdoor seating." her r restaurant won't be the only hotspot in the city... when thousands of riders come through -- they'll be touring a new and improved washington. washington. "i think washington has a lototo be oud of. in the past 10 years, they've invested over 20 million dollars in their downtown and they've totally embraced the idea that they are the town of tomorrow." tomorrow." "one of the best thing that's hapapned since the last time ragbrai was through here is there's just been a tremendous amount of improvements in the community." boosting the economy will be a nice ouch...but residents say they're just happy to host once again. again."we're very proud, i know there were other cities that wanted this particular destination too, but we were fortunate to get it." the ragbrai committee will be
soon...riders will be biking through washington on july 29-th.dora miller fox 28 news a deadly - crash on inter-state 0 - - this after noon# - tied up traffic for hours. hours.this is video o - from d-o-t cameras - in the east - bound lanes - near coral - ridge - mall. witnesses called our - news-room - toay - at one point - carsnd trucks - were backed up all the way y tiffininthe iowa state patrol - says - twenty - year - old - kaitlyn - richards of coralville - rear - ended an s-u-v.that vehicle then stuck the back of a semi.the driver of the s-u-v - died at university hospitals.so far - that person from swisher - has not* been identified. your drive to work tomorrow could include a a w *snow flurries. meteorologist rebecca kopelman is here with a first look at your forecast.
the blizzard that shut - down major** cities this weekend - also left more than two * dozen - people dead - - in weather - related - accidents. accidents.the snowfall broke records in washington, dc d new york, and now they are left to dig out. craig boswell picks up the story from washington d-c. c. (nats of snow plow)the east coast is bouncing back from a
nearly 3 fefe of snow in some places.washington dc was hit with 2 feet of snow--- enough to keep area schools closed monday.(sot mayor muriel still operating under an emergency in the districta convoy of trucks from boston and other cities arrived sunday to get the nation's capital moving again.(nats of guys with maps)3:32 the whole city is a priority a parking lot at rfk stadium became the nerve center of the snow removal operation.boswell bridge: this is where all those trucks will dump a majority of the snow that covered washington.(sot kevin donahue/deputy city $- administrator) "we're bringing in about 450 pieces of f equipment from outside of dc (nats of sledders) philadelphians welcomed the city's 4th biggest storm by sledding down hills at the art museum.(sot philly mayor)the city will be open tomorrow.new york city ficials say the epic nor'easter missed setting a new record for total snowfall by a tenth of an inch. residents have been warned to keep their cars parked.(sot mayor bill de blasio)we need people off the streets, for the safety of others, , sanitation can
first responders have the freedom to get to emergencies. meanwhile, airports are trying to get stranded passengers off the ground--- nearly 12- thousand flights have been cancelled since friday. officials say, at least 25 people were *killed, in blizzard-related deaths. meantime, a group of *iowa kids stranded in yesterday's storm are finally headed home. students from dowling catholic in des moines got stuck on their way home from a school trip to washington d-c. they got into a traffic jam m on the pennsylvania turnpike, where they spent nearly 24 hours, just sitting. but this morning, they posted a picture from indiana saying they were des moines bound. in tonight's - vote - 2016** - - more changes in the latest poll - in iowa. the latest fox news - survey - shows donald trump - - will take the lead - into - the caucuses - - just a week from tomorrow.. he now leads - ted cruz - by eleven** points.- just two weeks - that same poll
- with a four* point lead. trump also - - holds the top spot - in new hampshirir- - and in most national** polls.marco ** rubio - is now in the third spot - - in both - iowa - and new hampshire. rubio campaigned in the corridor today.he held a townwnall meeting - at the long-branch - in cedar rapids. the visit comes - just after the des moines register - endorsed him - - as its pick - in the republican caucuses. the paper says - he is the party's - best hope.rubio told voters - - electing hillary clinton - would take america to the brk of disaster. "if the next four years are likekethe last 7, i am not sure if we will have time to fix the problems and the damage barack obama has created for america. and that's why i'm so electi. tomorrow - senator - joni ernst - joins rubio - for a rally in des moines. one person who managed to get out of the snowstorm and head to iowa - was new jersey
booker.he's coming through, campaiging for hillary clinton this weekend.in marion, he told the crowd he was backing clinton not only for her personal achievements and positions -- but for how he americans. "rugged individiualism is an honored tradition in our country, we value it, it's why manyof us are here today but we also know that rugged individualism did not get us to moon" moon"some political analysts are saying senator booker is on the short list for v-p, if clinton wins the democratic nomination.tomorrow - exactly one week from the iowa caucuses - c-n-n will host a democratic presidential town hall live in des moines. staying in des moines now... now...broadband companies are saying that a key part of the governor's 2015 broadband expansion law isn't in effect-- and is hindering progress in the state.the law provides a 10 year tax exemption for service providres who build new
but, they say the iowa department of revenue hasn't written rules about how to apply for the exemption.the deadline for that application is next monday. as most of you just saw - - they're back !!tonight here on fox - - scully and moulder - re-opened the x - files. but in the four-teen years - - since the drama left the air - real** life questions aboutaliens - and the para-normal - have just grown - louder**. where do you* stand - on believing - is the topic - in tonight's - - say what. what. nats music - https://www.yo utube.com/watch?v=grwbioir04c - " music 4 seconds " not that long ago - admitting you were a believer like fox mulder - - or that you thought you hadseen a u-f-o or extra - terrestrial - would d ve ant strange looks and suggestions you cut back on adult beverages.and yet - - as far back as 1938's war of the worlds - clearly people considered the possibility.nat - ( ( 25:5:552 )) i see strange lights in the clouds and stuff and i do think there's something out there.
just too much information - x-files or ototrwise - for all* of it to be a hoax. kelly - (( 22:54:16 )) " for aliens you always hear about the ufos and stuff and i'm 100 percent a believern that. " nat - (( 22:57:20 " "i believe in ghosos .. not so much aliensnsor out of this world kind of stuff. " blake says - he's totally on board - with para-normal - activity - - but he says - - despite all that area - 51 talk - - he has trouble with mulder's theory - - that the government is behind a cover-up.\blake - (( 22:58:49)) " i have a tough time believing the government is hiding a lot of information from us .. i guess but maybe i'm just too trusting in our government. "on our facebook page - - rich says - oh they're out there .. there's a lot of life of some sort out in the universe, who knows where?and - jim writes - look at the secrets we know the government has kept from us, why would they ever tell us about aliens ?nat - (( 22:56:16 )) " never had an experience with them. " kelly says - - she can't speak to any scully
encounters - from outer space - - butwhen it comes to ghosts - - it's not even a question.kelly - (( 22:56:03 )) " i believe people who have passed before us are still present in this lifetime. " nat xfiles music .. some interesting comments today - on whether you beieve - you can leave your thoughts onour facebook page. (( ad lib )) coming up on the fox 28 news at nine, nine,rude awakeningthe western state that woke up to an earthquake. earthquake.and - could there be a late entry - in the race for president.how serious - - a former big city mayor - - about a
nothing better than a warm homemade soup on a cold day! day!monday on fox28 morning live, we'll learn some new recipes and tips for our soups and crock pot that will be sure to be a family plplser. see you then! cleaning up in alaska - - after an earth** quake - rocked theheundra. tundra.a seven-point-one - on the scale - - centered just west of anchorage.seven* - - is considered to be a major quake.witnesses say - every-thing shook for about 30 seconds.fortunately - anchorage police - say there are no reports of serious damage or injuries.also - no concerns - - about a - sue -nami - - because the quake - - was at least 50* miles deep.two after - shocks - rumbled through the same area - hours later. someone pointed out - - it
still ead on the fox 28 news - team work in flint. flint.how the water crisis - in this city - - is bringing together athletes - - who are normrmly - rivals. rivals.then, reprising her role the return of tina fey as sarah palin after her endorsement of donald trump. george: : family's lived on is farm for three gegerations. the babaen pipeline would pupu dirty crude oil across iowa. patti: the fact that bernie sanders stands up against the pipeline is one of the reasons we support him. george: bernie sanders didn't hesitate to say no to the big oil companies. patti: bernie knows that if we don't act, we threaten the climate and the health of our children. bernie sanders understan that. patti: bernie sanders has the guts to just stand up for what he believes in.n.
reporting that the 73-year old instructed advisers to draw up plans for a *potential "independent" campaign.they say, he's expected to make a decision sometime in march.the news first broke yesterday morning, from the new york times, wch said the media mogul would be willing to spend 1 billion dollararof his own money on a white house bid. and at least one candidate has something to say about a *second billionaire joining the race. " it will tell people what i have been saying for a long time is that this country is moving away from democracy to oligocray. billionaire's are the people that are controlling our political life. th is what, what is not what in my view american democracy is supposed to be about a contest between billionaires. if that takes place, i'm confident we will win it." it."so far, bloomberg has not commented publically about any of it. the water crisis in flint, michigan has sparked an outpouring of help -- even from one of the city's sports team's rivals. this weeke - hockey players - received a
their opponents.anthony - sa - bella - has the latest. (nats)(costa papista, president, flint firebirds) "it was amazing to see two truckloads of water being delivered to our arena today. just really an incredible outpouring of support."(butted) (too quick to font) 'about 66,000 units, bottles of water."hard to believe the spfires started collecting all of this...on thursday. dada ducharme - p-r head for windsor - says one of the families housing a spitfire athlete came up with the idea to collect water for flint at the beginning of the weem. by wednesday, the team started getting the word out. (dave ducharme, spokesman, windsor spitfires) "the original call was for bottled water like you see here to be donated at thursday night's game. but we hapeople start to pull up tl the arena on thursday during the y. before the game eveve started, we had 15,000 bottles."that 15-thousand, plus 50-thousand collected after, was dropped-off at dort arena saturday afternoon...to the amazement of firebirds presesent costa papista. osta papista, president, flint firebirds) "the
community and the windsor spitfire fans to step up and help flint in a time)of need, really says a lot about the organization." and firebirds fans filing into saturday's game felt the same way. (fan-no font) "it's actually really heartwarming."(butted) (thomas bradfor, flint firebirds fan) "it's huge. it just shows how much it's so good for the community to have this team and this league here."at least two other division opponents remaining on the schedule are doing the same.the sarnia sting and nortbay battalion are both collecting for flint.papista says the community between teams is what the ontario hockey league is all about. (costa papista, president, flint firebirds) "a lot of these teams rallying for a great cause." two other grouou - chipped-in - -
with another five** hundred - cases of water. the blizzard that pounded the eastern half of the u-s, burst a bubble for the washington redskins.the heavy, thick snow piled up, on top of the team's indoor practice facility in
didn't just appepe, she razzzz dazzled...(nats - palin)"no more pussyfooting around!" there's definitely no pussyfooting around that bolero sweater jacket by milly. (nats - noah)"what is she wearing? it looked like she killed a disco porcupine. what the hell is going on there? (laughter)"go ahead and laugh but that disco porcupine sells for 695 bucks and it's now sold out everywhere we looked. call it "the endorsement sweater" but it hasn't exactly been endorsed...(phillip bloch/ celebrity stylist)"what was she thinking?"by the fashion police.(phillip bloch/` celebrity stylist)"with th little tassels i could have seen ginger weariri that on gilligan's island before i'd see sarah palin wearing it at a campaign rally."(nats - ginger)"well how do i look?" the washington post suggested it was intentionally inappropriate for a popotical event..."did you notice sarah palin's sweater?good.you were supposed to."(phillip bloch/ celebrity stylist)"i am here to sparkle and shine..." (jeanne moos/ cnn corresponden t)"buthat do you call those shimmery, shiny things?" descriptions ranged from a
"glistening stalactites.""is that chain mailn sarah palin?"but a defender wrote "the sweater is delightfufu more power to her." she wore the same woven silk sweater a couple months ago for a network tv interview.(nats - palin)"solutely."palin started shimmering long ago. check out her gown the time she came in 3rd for miss alaska when she was 20.last year sarah wore whaseemed to be her daughter bristol's dress to snl's 0th anniversary... joking prophetically.(nats - palin) "what if i were to choose donald trump as my running mate?"(nats - fey)"and i can see russia from my house."and i can see the snl folks desperately trying to track down one of these sold out sweaters for tina fey...(nats - palin)"you betcha." jeanne moos cnn new york. o - one's - surprise - - palin's speech - - brought - tina fey - - back to - s-n-l - - last night.
say what's the big deal? take a chill pipi jill. ut were mad, we've been had, and we're not so glad quoth the lorax. rax.fey's impression - of f sarah h lin started in 2008 - - when she was the running mate - of senator john mccain. coming up on the fox 28 news at nine, nine,how the town of washington is getting ready to host an overnight ragbrai stop for the first time in over a
a town of f about seven thousand people -- is one of the stops in between..residents say they're excited to show off their new and revamped town. "i think washgton has a lot to be the past 10 invested over 20 million their and they've embraced the idea that ehy embraced the totally and they've downtown and they've totally embraced the are the town ragbrai starts on july 24-th.bikers will
go through washington on july 29-th before heading to their final destination of muscatine. a group of iowa kids stranded in yesterday's east coast blizzard - should be home by now. the students from dowling catholic - - were stuck for nearly twenty* hours - - on the pennslslania turn-pike. they were at a march for life in washington d-c - - and ended up - snow - bound with hundreds of other cars - trucks and busses..this morning - they posted a picture from indiana - - saying they were making good