Hashtag #ufoattacktoturkey began on Twitter and spread rapidly. Some say that the tweets were being blocked on Twitter from public view. The hashtag was hard to find and photos posted were missing. Some think it’s a government coverup. Some call it government projects or misinterpreted lights or hoax.
This is the kind of event that will take time to sort through as more and more people share photos and videos.
BIN NOTE: If by now you haven’t figured out that Facebook and Google are in cahoots with the corrupt government, then I feel for you, but for those who are well aware of the issues it’s high time you switched over to Seen.life. It is a website that is similar to Facebook but without all the censorship.