Golden Gate Coverup

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  • Wait? The Golden Gate Bridge? I just reported that it was attacked yesterday! What is this? I spent the entire day researching and getting footage! I swear I saw it was attacked! Was I hallucinating? This TV can't be correct! This isn't real!
  • Construction? What? Remember the curfew yesterday?
  • I am fine! Hold on let me show proof!
  • What? Did you not see the attacks yesterday?
  • Did you see the news? The Golden Gate bridge is fine!
  • Hey Alex! Do you know where my camera is?
  • Ok so? The curfew was to protect people from the dangerous smoke left over by the accident. Are you okay Alisa?
  • Attacks? You mean the construction accident?
  • Yea I think you left it on my desk, why whats wrong?
  • Yea? Why wouldn't it be?
  • This is my first day on the job.
  • I don't recall, sorry.
  • Haha that sounds a bit paranoid no?
  • Maybe you were dreaming?
  • Meanwhile (in a alternate reality) in San Francisco Bay, a news reporter by the name of Alisa Jon makes an alarming discovery.
  • Where did I put it now?
  • Alisa! I need to speak with you in my office STAT!
  • Determined to find evidence of the San Francisco Bay attacks, Alisa goes to her job at San Francisco Picture News to find the footage of yesterday's mysterious terrorist attack.
  • But Sir! It wasn't a construction accident! It was a terrorist attack!
  • Sir? If you believe they are fake why do you want me to end my story?
  • Yes Mr. Scott?
  • Alisa I will not tolerate these false rumors. Drop this or I will take serious action.
  • Why cause unnecessary concern or panic? It doesn't seem profitable.
  • I want you to drop the Golden Gate Bridge Construction story.
  • While going towards her colleagues' desk, Alisa goes around asking her other co-workers if they recall an attack on the Golden Gate Bridge. Unfortunately for her, the answers were all the same.
  • What a strange day! How can something as big as a terrorist attack be chalked up to a construction accident? What was even more strange was how Mr. Scott didn't even want to see the evidence I had. It's as if everyone was in the dark and couldn't see past what was reported in the news.
  • After a series of unsatisfying answers, Alisa decides that the best course of action is to get her camera and show everyone physical proof. However, her plan encounters a slight detour.
  • Alisa follows her boss to his office and finds what he has to say very disturbing.
  • Enough! Your done with this story! That is final! Now leave before I think of more serious forms of termination.
  • I have proof! I was there getting footage! I know what I saw! Let me sho-
  • After leaving her boss' office with a defeated sigh, Alisa goes home for the day to wonder what was real, what she saw on TV or what she saw with her own eyes.
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