I finally had a chance to watch the video. He is a voice of reason in a very cluttered world. I find it sad how some otherwise bright people become lost in the conspiracy world. Every bad thing that happens is a false flag event to them and the conclusions reached over an action taken or statement made are often pretty significant stretches of the imagination. That said I will listen to whatever is said because there may be partial truths or nuggets of really useful information. I’m a pretty decent amateur genealogist and so I use a simple analogy that draws upon my 40 years of sorting out clues in order to solve the problem at hand. It is that all of the family stories that get handed down are false but they all contain a nugget of truth. The trick is figuring out which part is true.