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Eldorado

Chancellor's folder changes colour live on TV

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Eldorado
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"In what can be called an absolutely bizzare incident the colour of the folder of Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak mysteriously changed from red to green on LIVE TV.

"The incident, which was recorded on Sky NEWS’ camera, saw Rishi’s red colour folder that read “Chancellor of the Exchequer” change its colour as he passed a car at the Downing Street.

"However, what may come as another layer of surprise is the change in colour happening just before the Sky News reporter mentions a ‘Green Budget’ saying, “It’s a critical year for tackling climate change and the government is committed to reaching net zero by 2050, but how much will coronavirus impact what many believe would be a green budget?”"

Full story at News18: Link

 

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Tuco's Gas

As far as "Brits" and "mysteriously changing" is concerned, I find this far more intriguing...

 

 

 

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A couple of those ^ are quite compelling.

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Bendy Demon

(sigh) With the folder changing color, how can anyone NOT figure it was a simple prank considering the chancellor conveniently passes behind a parked car then when he emerges, VIOLA! new folder as it was passed to him either by the person walking next to him or passed by someone hiding in the car.

Seriously, sleight of hand trick.

 

As for the supposed 'shape-shifting' every single one of these videos were of exceedingly poor quality, all were recorded off of playbacks on monitors so there is going to be a substantial loss of quality due to differences in refresh rates, pulsating/flickering lights ,ect. I see nothing odd or 'alien'.

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