'Storm Area 51' creator urges followers not to rush military base

Matty Roberts, the creator of the viral Facebook group, insisted the event was meant to be funny, but some extremists took it seriously and plan to storm the Air Force facility.
2:05 | 07/20/19

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This twenty year old Mattie Robert decree the buyer face the group calls to area 51 they can't stop all of us today he's at its excellent meeting takings in the military base to seamlessly. Oh. I don't I don't want anybody to actually get hurt with this news just who as started out as does from a pure stroke of imagination is just. Meant to be funny owning something cool up there now we have a bunch of people but I don't want any litigator. The Bakersfield college student who is majoring in petroleum engineering says that faced the group was created on June when he sent ID 83 it had over a million people interstate and finding out what mysteries lag inside the base or people people kind of wanna North America think what people are gonna show up just because that's kind of a mean now that event has close to three million people saving will attain and more than eight point nine people had do you date Roberts says he has friends now marks and that's world experience for their followers of one and. Like a festival outsource I want to have a bunch of different music artists everybody from that you him world of the maybe some indie rock maybe some smaller guys that are up and coming that a lot of people the in the page city when their hands on a play there was to be super cool. Robert says he's been in contact local gains near area 51 tab there are re booked for their schedule exploration and the air force facility in the bat out. On September 20 with Anna Mae twist like his outfit. As dove into the started in the description of the event says but we know our Torah and we can run faster than their bullets this is from our toes execute with cloak added this is the had been poured. Says for the most part everyone is enjoined the parity storming of area fifty line but says he's gun a few extremists they get to tell aged just for fine. People that are really serious and kind of worried about that about a couple people the in the page where they're like. I'm willing to dot for the government let's do this I'm the cycle like are all like hardcore street the numbers that kind of thing but if there's only like to those guys out there I think will be okay. He hopes a dissident will be educational half art installations. All mommy new friends. Like I figured that the FBI be knocking on my door right about now but nobody is shown up nobody's trying to contact nobody's messes that pays its. It's interesting Fisher.

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