CHANGE OF PACE: He Says His Dog Can Talk. When She Starts Singing, The Audience Loses It

Vatic Note:   It took me a while to figure out how this happened.  Watch it and see if you can tell how this act happened.  Its amazingly well done.  The guy who did this is a genius.   I won't tell you what I think, rather, you watch it and let us know what you think and how did this happen???

This reminded me of what we are going through right now.  I won't spill the beans yet as to what I thought, but will update later after I read the comments and see if anyone else saw it the way I did.   This was a lot of fun.  We need a mixture of fun and belief in the world in order to take down these khazars.

By the way we have a video coming showing how the gangs in baltimore talked with those who were violent in the riots and they told the gangs that they had to be violent because they were being paid to do so.   See how illusions work???  

He Says His Dog Can Talk. When She Starts Singing, The Audience Loses It
Published on Apr 11, 2015
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Marc Metral has a unique bit he does with his dog, Wendy. When he brings her out on stage, the audience and judges are very skeptical about her ability to talk. But once she starts singing, the entire audience loses it.
I can't wait to see what they do next!

The Judges are left open-mouthed when Marc Métral introduces his talking dog Miss Wendy.

"Congratulations, in the nine years of doing this show, Simon has said he wanted a dog that could meow or sing, and you did both, incredible," says Amanda.
Simon is totally smitten!


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