Armstrong, famous NASA moon-walker, refused to swear on Bible about actual moon landing before death: Video


Shocking video raises concerns if Armstrong ever set foot on the moon — Was it an elaborate hoax?

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(INTELLIHUB) — A shocking video, filmed in 2010 before former NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong’s death, shows Armstrong being confronted by a man named Bart Sibrel claiming to be from “ABC Digital” about his alleged walk on the moon July 20, 1969.

After Sibrel shakes Armstrong’s hand he says, “I want to give you the opportunity to swear on the Bible that you walked on the moon,” as Armstromg looked on searching for something to say.

“Will you put your left hand on the Bible and swear to God that you walked on the moon?”

Armstrong then tried to step away to dodge swearing on the Bible.

“So why don’t you just put an end to the argument, put your hand on the Bible, and swear to God that you walked on the moon?”

Armstrong then replied, “Mr. Sibrel, knowing you that’s probably a fake Bible,” again trying to dodge putting his hand on the bible.

Sibrel than offered Armstrong “$5000” cash which again, he turned down, not putting his hand on the Bible.

“Mr. Sibrel has made a fool out of himself in front of the world,” Armstrong said, “he doesn’t deserve answers.”

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