Craig’s assertion is correct – but it is predicated on “him [being] right about what we’re saying.”
If we’re right about what we’re saying – and if the evidence against the 757 impact is persuasive – then the official story is toast.
“Right” means being factually correct – and his this is where Craig has a problem in getting to the conclusion: “then the official story is toast.” Wishful thinking that is devoid of evidence – either for what did happen and what did not happen cannot turn the official story into toast.
However, Craig’s “evidence” is not persuasive and is best described as CABEMOH–BIFAB*.
* Craig Asserts it’s Best Evidence the MOvement Has – But It’s Flimsy At Best