El Paso Mass Shooting – 19 Reported Killed, 40 Wounded, 21-year-old Gunman in Custody…

•A single shooter opened fire in El Paso, Texas, at the Cielo Vista Mall.  •Reports of 19 people killed, 40 others injured during a 20 minute shooting rampage.  •Suspect identified as Patrick Crusius, a 21-year-old white male from Dallas.  •CCTV surveillance footage showed gunman walking in front entrance of Walmart armed with an AK-47 rifle.

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Sgt. Robert Gomez, a spokesman with the El Paso Police Department, told reporters in the second afternoon press conference a motive is still unknown. There were between one and 3,000 shoppers at Walmart at the time of the shooting and 100 employees present.

Sgt Gomez said the scene, which includes the Walmart store and next-door Cielo Vista Mall, remains active as officials are transitioning into a criminal investigation. Additionally, the suspect was taken into custody without incident, and no law enforcement fired weapons.

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838 Responses to El Paso Mass Shooting – 19 Reported Killed, 40 Wounded, 21-year-old Gunman in Custody…

  1. Publius2016 says:

    shooter walks in with rifle, headphones, black shirt and beige cargo pants…walks out beige pants, black shirt…no headphones…no rifle…no BLOOD!

    Where’s the blood spatter? Injuries? cant shoot for 20 minutes without marks on hands, arms!

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    • Joemama says:

      The internet is being purged of evidence. There was a video available showing the suspect being lead by a single police officer presumably to a police vehicle. I need to be ready to capture copies of these things. It was quite strange. If they had just arrested a guy that killed 20 people, I would expect there would be at least two cops escorting him to the vehicle.

      I can’t find any videos anymore, except sanitized videos with blurred images of the alleged victims. Only problem with the video is there appears to be no blood, the shadows clearly show that the video was taken mid afternoon (not at 11 – noon, when the shooting occurred) and everybody is acting like it is a active shooter drill with people role playing. I am pretty sure that it is a video from a training exercise. See the second video in the article. This has to be fake:

      https://heavy.com/news/2019/08/walmart-shooting-videos-photos-graphic/

      Person yelling “help, help” with no conviction or stress in their voice. No signs of blood in the blurred images. “help me roll him over, a woman says calmly” “we need CPR here”

      This is a video of an active shooter training exercise for first responders, not video from today’s shooting.

      The trial needs to be watched closely. Will anybody actually be prosecuted? There is something very wrong with this. Smells like another false flag.

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I agree. It’s insane. I can’t mix brownies that I don’t get some batter on my shirt. And I’m not a high velocity stirrer!

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      • 3rdday61 says:

        Unfortunately, this is obviously an orchestrated event. The only thing that makes any sense is that the Government needs to control the media narrative. It is perversely and sadistically predictable. They had to take the anger of Fridays official multi trillion dollar screwing of the American people, minimize any Sunday talk show debates on it’s effects since it’s now a done deal(fastest in history), diffuse all other volatile(Spygate) revelations that may have been set to air and turn all the focus to gun control.
        God bless the innocent people that have to die so that Government can control the narrative. And may He execute swift vengeance on those in the three letter agencies who produce these events.

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    • Screwtape says:

      I have shot many thousands of round in competition and have seldom been injured while shooting. What was supposed to have injured him?

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    • Yes the pants thing is kinda weird. As far as walking out without the gun, earmuffs, eye protection. Nicholas Cruz after killing 17 in Parkland, stashed gun bag under stairwell and walked out, mingled with students…

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    • Dan Bray says:

      In the picture of him being cuffed he is wearing Khakis nor cargo pants!

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    • Razor1 says:

      People remember this…all the references to white supremacy…white nationalism…aligning them to republicans….is nothing but fake news. After the kkk was outed democrats need a new product…thus was born the next movement. White nationalism has never been a republican alignment…just like kkk it was birthed and raised by the demorats. Just another idea to enslave and control!

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  2. Ad rem says:

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  3. Kerry_On says:

    Saw a video of Twitter of a convincing female witness who claimed to be checking out when she saw 3 or 4 individuals, clad in black, entering the store with weapons. I will try to find and post it. I agree, something seems seriously amiss.

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  4. Helenasell says:

    Also wondering why/how http://www.dailymail.co.uk has pictures, videos, info, etc. so quickly with an active criminal scene just getting started.

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  5. Boots says:

    Last one. See that reversed American flag? Know why it’s reversed? Know who wears a reversed American flag?

    It’s worn by US military troops going into, or who are in, a combat zone. It’s backwards (field [of stars] to right instead of left) because that’s the position our flag would be in if it were carried into battle on a flagstaff.

    The shoulder patch flag with flag field to the right (‘backwards’ signifies our flag and our troops are advancing towards the enemy. The forward movement of the soldier carries with him the shoulder patch flag as if the soldier were carrying a flag on a flagstaff; that is, with the field forward.

    If the shoulder patch flag had the field to the left, it would mean our flag and our troops were retreating.

    BY WEARING A COMBAT FLAG ON HIS ‘UNIFORM’, this police officer is stating “I am a soldier at war against the enemy’. Is that the attitude we want in our police officers? An attitude that doesn’t distinguish between constitutional rights of citizens and non-constitutional rights of enemy combatants?

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    • underwhelmingposter says:

      Boots, are you reading an entire cyclopedia into a photo? That is a little much to swallow.

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      • Boots says:

        That flag is a “tactical flag”, meaning it’s not embroidered in color, but “subdued” instead.

        https://armypubs.army.mil/epubs/DR_pubs/DR_a/pdf/web/ARN6173_AR670-1_Web_FINAL.pdf

        19–18.Wear of U.S. flag embroidered insigniaa. Authorization. All Soldiers will wear the full-color U.S. flag embroidered insignia on utility and organizational uni-forms, unless deployed or in a field environment. Soldiers will wear the subdued tactical flag insignia while deployed or in a field environment.b. How worn. See DA Pam 670–1.
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        Don’t have time to find/post DA PAM (publication Army manual) specs on “how worn”. You might find “how worn” in this 165 page pdf doc from US Army about the flag.
        Or you can believe your own eyes. The pictures clearly display field is worn facing forward. For all the reasons I posted prior.

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    • bluebongo says:

      Wrong! These guys are NOT military, you’re spreading false information. Military members in uniform only wear approved identification patches, the TAC badge on the name tag and the law enforcement patch on the right shoulder of their uniforms CLEARLY show these guys are NOT military.

      Get your facts straight before posting garbage.

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      • Boots says:

        Get your facts straight before posting garbage.
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        LEARN HOW TO READ!!!

        Never said they were mil. In fact, if you took time to READ and LOOK at the pics you’d see the yellow “POLICE” on vest fronts.

        My point, which you ignored in favor of shooting from the hip, is that these guys are wearing a combat flag on a civilian, police response to a crime. That they wear a combat flag on MULTICAM BDU’s (multicam being recently adopted by mil as standard camo) is indicative of a military, warrior mindset who’s only limit on killing is the Geneva Convention and the ROE for the day.

        Wearing full combat gear does NOT reflect the mindset of a normal police officer who must operate within the bounds of the Constitution.

        So, get your OWN facts straight about what’s happening in YOUR OWN country.

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        • Thank you. I know how hard it is to get most people today to see how really bad it is now. I am usually left with thinking along the lines of, “The avoidance behavior is strong in this one”.

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          If it makes you feel any better, Boots, I understood your comment. The use of the flag in this way irks me, too. It’s one thing for the police to adopt military attire – but another thing entirely to adopt the military mentality in whole. I revere both our military and LEO’s.

          There are distinctions between warriors and public servants. Before anybody gets on me, my degree is in Law Enforcement. These are the kinds of things discussed in “Issues in Policing” classes.

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          • mugzey302 says:

            Was that distributed during the Obama/Holder regime when they were miltarizing our police departments (after they created the riots and BLM activities)?? That, of course, was the plan when the witch was elected ~ re-education/death camps for patriots.

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          • Mr. T. says:

            Peoria Jones and Boots, I suggest you both doing a little research as to why the police have changed tactics, weapons and even uniforms for tactical units over the years. Up until the early ’90’s, most police agencies issued revolvers, such as the S&W .38 Police Special. Not much on your service belt back then. Your holster with sidearm, your cuff holder with handcuffs, a baton, and if you were lucky you had two or three cases on your Sam Brown’s that held speedloaders, each containing six rounds. So you went out on patrol with 18 live rounds, 24 if you were really lucky, as opposed to 45 to 60 or more rounds today, with 15 rounds and not six in your sidearm. Some agencies issued shotguns to patrol officers, but not all as some agencies only issued them to patrol sergeants. Many agencies back then didn’t even have a SWAT unit, and often had to rely on one from the state level and or county, if the county was even big enough to secure the funding to have one.

            So why the change? Because gang members began to glamorize the 9mm semi-automatic handgun in their rap crap songs, and gang members, drug dealers and cartels were beginning to upgrade the types of weapons they were using, preferring the cheap AK-47’s and 9mm handguns, or even the cheap Saturday Night Specials, often made in .25 and .380 caliber that could easily be concealed. Those same thugs realized they could make a lot of money, illegally selling firearms to whatever criminal element had the cash to pay for them and still do today. Some of those firearms are stolen, while some are bought in other states through straw purchases and then brought in to states that are supposed to have stricter gun laws. Chicago as an example, has very strict gun laws yet it certainly doesn’t stop the killings there that happen on a daily basis, especially each weekend. Drive-By shootings starting in the ’90’s were glamourized by thugs and was pretty much an every day occurrence all across America, especially in the bigger cities. So sad that young people have little to no respect for human life, not even their own.

            Ever hear of the saying, “You fight fire with fire!”?. So what are police agencies across the country supposed to do, continue to arm themselves the way they did 20 to 30 years ago, or upgrade their weapons so they aren’t outgunned like they were years ago? Does the Bank of America shootout jar your memories? Some of the police officers who responded to that bank robbery that resulted in a very severe shootout, got high powered weapons from a gun shop in the area because they were outgunned by the bank robbers who were armed with fully automatic AK-47’s, who were also wearing full body armor, not just vests, that was very effective against the police taking them out during the shoot out. Many officers today are armed with the Glock Model 22 or Model 19, most upgraded to the latest generation and equipped with flashlights mounted on the lower frame rail of the weapon. Just about every patrol officer today wears upper body armor when they are on the job. Many of those officers also carry M4 style weapons in their vehicles, in addition to shotguns.

            As for Tactics, it’s not so much that they change, but more like they evolve over time, as does the equipment used during tactical situations. Boot’s, most SWAT units don’t wear camo BDU’s. Many of them wear a solid color darker green uniform, with patches that are subdued. The last thing a SWAT officer needs to do is to stand out during a tactical situation, making themselves an easily spotted target for a criminal or deranged person to shoot at. You read too much into a SWAT officer correctly wearing a subdued American flag patch on their right upper sleeve. We are ALL Americans, including those police officers, and there is nothing wrong with displaying a symbol that represents that. Also, I suggest you take a closer look at the uniforms now issued to many patrol officers across the country. Dark Blue is the most common color, and they are a tactical style uniform, kind of a mix between a BDU and cargo pants. Take a close look at how much gear a patrol officer carries today as compared to 20 or 30 years ago.

            While the weapons and tactics used by police agencies have evolved over the last several decades, you both leave out one very important fact and that is, the development and use of non-lethal or less lethal weapons has also evolved. A situation 30 years ago that would have ended badly for an armed and or deranged suspect, may now sometimes be dealt with by the police using CAPSTUN spray, a Taser, a Flash Bang, or even a shotgun that is loaded with a bean bag round. The use of Police K-9’s was uncommon 30 years ago, but is very common today with police agencies across the country, regardless of the size of that agency. It was well established by the most liberal court in the nation, The US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, that the use of a Police K-9 to apprehend a suspect is considered Non-Lethal Force.

            As for you both, when is the last time you have seen a soldier, other than an MP, armed with a Taser and CAPSTUN, who also has access to other means of non-lethal force? Soldiers are trained to kill enemy combatants. Police Officers are trained to save lives, only using lethal force as a last resort, or, when that’s not possible, such as suspect pointing what appears to be a weapon at them, to use deadly force to neutralize that threat.

            One last thing. Perhaps you both might recall the police officers killed in Baton Rouge and Dallas not that long ago. What were the police supposed to do, talk the armed suspects to death? Go into an active shooting scene with no protection at all, such as from an armored vehicle which may or may not have been US Government Surplus? I’ll take using highly trained and skilled SWAT officers, who are properly armed to deal with just that type of a tactical situation, instead of worrying about appeasing the malcontents who think our Police Departments are actually paramilitary units. Give me a break. Until the mental health system in this country gets fixed, and the left wing extremists, including the Gang of 4 and the idiots in the presidential race, as well as the right wing extremists, all knock off their dangerous and inciteful rhetoric, the type of rhetoric that someone with a mental defect can take to heart and then go out and kill innocents, the police across America need to keep doing what they are doing to protect the innocents as well as themselves.

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        • Mac says:

          Absolutely incredible. Boots.

          This officer is obviously a member of SWAT or SRT. Now, these units ave a specialized job, one which is paramilitary in nature than the rank and file members of the department. Their uniform consists of tactical clothing and military web gear. In this case, the uniform is a desert type camouflage. And, one usually uses subdued patches and rank insignia on a camouflage uniform. Now the reason that the flag is reversed, on the right shoulder, is because these organizations do not buy flag patches specifically designed for left or right display. They buy a generic flag patch and sew it on.

          If sorry, but I can see NO way that having a specialized unit wearing a uniform which enhances their particular job performance and which bears the national flag or the country in which their jurisdiction exists even remotely suggests ill-intent.

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          • Joemama says:

            You are missing the point. We the people, are being slowly frog boiled, as our police forces are being slowly and systematically militarized by the cultural marxists.

            Why does a local police force need armored military vehicles? Why do they dress & train like military units? Why the relentless drumbeat to disarm the public?

            Why is it necessary to deploy such a massive show of power, in response to (allegedly) one shooter?

            Why was the lone shooter lead off by a single regular police officer, well before the massive show of power?

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            • Mr. T. says:

              No, Joemama, not true at all. It’s our youth of today who are being brainwashed in the schools by leftist teachers as well as leftist politicians, including a former president, who are to blame for much of what is happening today, They have created the millennial monsters involved in many of the mass shootings taking place across America. That, and you can thank the ACLU, who started working feverishly beginning in the 1960’s, to shut down our mental health hospitals, so that many dangerous and unstable people were released out into the general population. There is something very wrong when mental health professionals are more afraid of being sued by organizations such as the ACLU, then they are with taking mentally incompetent and dangerous people off the street and putting them in a facility that might help them. It doesn’t help either, when there are judges on the bench who are releasing dangerous people back into society instead of incarcerating them.

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            • Mac says:

              You really need to learn some history.

              Police need armored vehicles because they do not want to die, when facing heavy armament in the hands of criminals. During prohibition, gangsters were armed with fully automatic military style weapons. It was not unusual for anti-bootleg squads to use armored trucks on raids, As criminal gangs grew in the 1960s and 1970s and began to use high capacity weapons, including rifles and fully automatic weapons, Special Weapons And Tactics teams were developed to deal with them. This included wider use of armored vehicles. Then we have had such police shootouts, such as the West Hollywood Shootout, where the lack of weapons heavier than handguns and armored vehicles led to the injury and death of several LEOs and civilians. When the bad guys have heavy weapons, the police need heavier weapons.

              The drumbeat to disarm the public does not come from LE, in general. It comes from certain political ideologies who wish to control the populace.

              Rule #1 in LE is never engage in a fair fight if you can have an overwhelming numerical advantage. This tends to both reduce the tendency for bad guys to engage in violence and insure that the threat will be neutralized. Also, the fog of war hangs heavy in these cases. While we now are reasonably certain that there was only one offender, at the time facts are sketchy and may be contradictory. Is there only one shooter? Or are there more? Is there only one attack underway, or will there be a follow-up attack? It is better to have more assets than you need rather than less.

              The suspect was taken into custody away from the scene, probably as the result of either a broadcast description or because the contacting officer found him to be suspicious in some way. He was apparently unarmed when he was apprehended. Now, once he is unarmed and in custody, it is not necessary to surround him with LEOs, as he is a much reduced risk. And, again, the LEOs have no way of knowing if there are armed accomplices in the area or not.

              Now, there has been more crossover of traditional police tactics to the military than there has been military tactics to police. Following the Tet Offensive, in 1968, the US Marine Corp actually sought training from the LAPD SWAT team in room entry and clearing tactics. The traditional military method of room clearing was to toss in a hand grenade to clear the room. The military also adopted many prisoner control techniques from the LE community. LE pistol techniques were adopted by the military. What the military has that LE does not are armed armored vehicles and aircraft and high explosive munitions.

              I wouldn’t worry too much about local law enforcement agencies. Unless they are run by lawyers.

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  6. AntonyG says:

    The people to blame are the far-left who are trying to wipe the U.S. and Western civilization off the face of the map. And also the people blaming this on greed. All of you ‘globalist’ believing morons who think that corporations are behind what is taking place need to sod off.

    The French Revolution was driven by rabid ideology. There was no cabal of greed obsessed individuals/corporations behind the mass-murder. Just pro-Marxists.

    The Russian Revolution was also driven by rabid ideology. There was no cabal of greed obsessed individuals/corporations behind the mass-murder. Just Marxists.

    The current unnamed revolution is being driven by rabid ideology. There is no cabal of greed obsessed individuals/corporations behind what is happening. Just neo-Marxists.

    ‘white people’ and Christians chanting out their sins whilst being marched to the nearest guillotine, gulag or gas chamber. Neo-Marxists are obsessed with equity + race + identity. That is a Marxist/fascist hybrid ideology capable on mass-murder on a scale never seen before.

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  7. NahNah says:

    I’m only going to say one thing here about this. Its not even worth having the discussion on this topic till our government fixes its corruption or if at all in our lifetimes. Sundance pointed out something that directly ties in with the Chinese that made a whole lot of sense that we cannot ask China to stop stealing from us intellectually in a new trade deal till we heal ourselves and fix our own broken government. If you think our government is not broken then you had better start reading the Bible pretty fast. It’s about to get a whole lot quicker in the run up to the Revelation part. If you are a church member you better start demanding your Pastors begin to Preach The Word of God. Christian’s may never get another opportunity to be a witness to be counted for such a time as this.

    If your a corporation like WalMart you had best load up on a good insurance policy because if I was an Insurance Provider and you didn’t not have armed security at or on your premises I would not protect you from the flurry of lawsuits these families are going to begin to mount. Corporations have forgotten words like liability and negligence in protecting consumers who shop at the remaining big box stores. They better wake the hell up and get smart.

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  8. Ospreyzone says:

    When seconds count, the police will be there in minutes. This further highlights the absolute necessity for people to be able to defend themselves, especially in a world with ebbing morality.

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  9. Guyski says:

    From that manifesto

    Main gun: AK47 (WASR 10) – I realized pretty quickly that this isn’t a great choice since it’s the civilian version of the ak47. It’s not designed to shoot rounds quickly, so it overheats massively after about 100 shots fired in quick succession. I’ll have to use a heat-resistant glove to get around this.

    No mention of ear protection but wears it. Mentions the need for a heat-resistant glove, but dies not wear it. (from what I can gather from the image)

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    • Guyski says:

      -does not-

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    • Mac says:

      The guy is a GAMER. He has no tactical knowledge and, apparently, little knowledge of firearms. An AK variant is a very good choice for his goals. It is rugged and reliable. It displays little ammunition sensitivity. Its larger caliber bullet does more damage than the lighter 5.56x45mm round, even when the lighter round tumbles. He is shooting at point blank range, into a crowd, so accuracy is largely irrelevant. Tactically, he wants to use steady, aimed fire which results in more hits and reduces heat build up. He wears what he has worn at the range, eye and ear protection. While neither is really necessary, in this situation, it is not counter indicated either. The most important tell, that this guy is a gamer, is that he only had one firearm with him. Firearms are mechanical devices. Mechanical devices can, and do, break. If he was knowledgeable, he would have a back-up firearm, probably a pistol.

      This clown is an internet, gamer commando, thank God.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        Mac, you’re right on the money about the AK. They aren’t a very accurate weapon, but as I learned in the Army, you can put that weapon in water and even get dirt in it, abuse the hell out of it and the damn thing still fires. Now if you cross an AK with a M4, you get the Daewoo K2 Assault Rifle. Uses M4/M16 style magazines and ammo, but uses a gas piston system like the AK does. Very accurate and every bit as reliable as an AK-47.

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        • LULU says:

          According to witnesses, he walked through, aisle by aisle, shooting down the aisles. Sounds as though accuracy we not a consideration. He was shooting randomly in a very crowded store.

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  10. JAS says:

    My family owns a small business that by its very nature is packed with people 12 hours a day 365 days of the year. We pay close to $200,000 a year to hire armed off duty police on the premises 24/7. The officers are most all from tactical units. They bring their own radios to talk to on duty police.

    That is a lot of money for a small business to pay but we wouldn’t have it any other way. Why? Because the safety of our employees and patrons is paramount to us. Our. Employees are like family to us. We also have signs that say “armed police on premises”.

    I find it unconscionable that outfits like Walmart won’t pay for that kind of safety net.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Do you think this MODERN SHOPPING COMPLEX had no armed security? would release surveillance footage within an hour??

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      • JAS says:

        Our Walmart doesn’t. And the Walmart at El Paso is not part of the Mall. Different buildings and parking lots.

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        • Publius2016 says:

          after last week Walmart shooting and the release of surveillance footage and apparently no protective actions, who would shop there?

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          • Sharon says:

            There are certainly copycat patterns but I don’t get the logic of choosing to stop shopping at a national chain that has had a shooting. That would result in every national chain being shut down after a shooting in one of them.

            No one should go to nightclubs. No one should go to a hospital. No one should go to an outdoor western music concert. No one should go to school…..because there have been shootings in those places.

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      • Catherine Thompson says:

        I work in a Walmart as a Merchandiser and let me tell you – the employees are lucky to get paid let alone protected. The one I work in has a very hateful management team and they could care less if you don’t like your job or if you quit and walk out. I have been here for over 11 years been through 3 management changes and each time they Hire more angry and hateful people. It seems to be the way walmart wants management to be

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      Walmart Asset Protection is a joke. I’m familiar with their AP-09. Shoplifting by outsiders is practically welcomed now, while surveilling employees has become the focus. As for “security” – ha! It does not exist.

      Below are some informative links, if you’re interested in learning more:

      https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2016-walmart-crime/

      http://walmartap.blogspot.com/2017/

      https://www.pymnts.com/news/retail/2017/walmart-shoplifting-policy/

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      • Publius2016 says:

        insane! Founder must be rolling in his grave…

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        • Peoria Jones says:

          Assuredly so. It’s not the pro-American company it used to be, and the mgmt. principles Sam Walton made so famous were tossed aside long ago.

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          • Mr. T. says:

            Sam Walton has to be doing summersaults in his grave because of what his family has done to his way of doing business. When Sam was alive, you NEVER saw Walmarts were many of them are today. His vision and goal was to only put them in rural areas where consumers didn’t have access to many of the items sold at Walmart and at fair prices. It was never his goal to put them everywhere, or to run Mom & Pop shops out of business, as Sam started out as a Mom & Pop shop and understood the importance of those businesses in the communities they were located in. What a shame that the Walton family members were too lazy to run the business and instead brought in the greedy corporate hacks to take over, who slashed and burned their way into many cities across America and beyond.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        Peoria Jones, at one time many of the Walmarts here in the Phoenix metro area had off duty police officers working at the stores. Now the only time you see one is around the Christmas holidays, and they are usually stationed at the exits to compare receipts against the items being taken out. Even still, they aren’t always on duty to cover the entire time the store is open. It also used to be a common sight to see store employees doing that, but now it’s very infrequent.

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  11. ivehadit says:

    If these events are random, then so be it. If they are not then I have this to say:
    We Americans will not be threatened, intimidated or cowed. We are fighting for our country and we will never give up nor will we give in or back down. America the Beloved is too important.

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  12. Tiffthis says:

    Why do so many shooters lately have manifestos? 🤔

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Never let a crisis go to waste.

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    • Gotta set up the narrative. It also provides a “motive” in case someone takes out this puke before the cops arrive and casually escort him out of the building.
      Still not comprehending the idea that nobody tried to take him on. There had to be folks on site with CCW. They WOULD be totally outgunned, I know, but dammit, man. No way I am going to cower under a table waiting to get shot by some maladjusted puke. He might have taken me out, but I promise I would have tried to stop him.

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      • ann says:

        Agree. Rush him and tackle! Even small people can do things like that , & Id rather go down fighting, at least trying to protect other people.

        When confronting evil, mental freezing or letting your emotions control you takes away the only thing you have left, choice, free will, inner liberty. Giving in to terror would be feel FAR WORSE than thinking super fast, calculating & moving through your fear. There’s no guarantees and I’m not a trained individual. I learned this by myself, and carefully explained to my children., NEVER let anyone bind you, trap you and don’t trust their words,
        Never give up, being helpless is horrible, better to die.

        Plus, if you survive, eventually you realise how strong you are, that crap happens in this world, always has, but it’s not your doing, and you are not bound, or owned,
        “Somebody’s Victim” .
        You were a target!
        , but they didn’t win
        They didnt take away the deep YOU, you still have your soul, and still own yourself,
        Bad stuff happens, no way to totally blank it out, but it’s comforting to know there’s wisdom, & strength you can pass on by who you are,

        you don’t need to talk about upsetting ugly things to impart the essence how to be sturdy to youth.

        If we don’t protect each other , we don’t have a functional society. 🇺🇸

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  13. TMonroe says:

    It seems some mass shootings are not as politically palatable as others to advertise, especially as they occur with a high percentage of illegally-owned weapons that more legislation targeting legal gun ownership is unlikely to fix:

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/07/after_gilroy_mass_shootings_a_white_thing_oh_hell_no.html#.XUBaPj0F8qs.twitter

    “Even before the final butcher’s bill was presented for the Sunday-night mass shooting in Gilroy, the blue checkers and talking heads were filling their platforms with fairy tales that most mass shooters are white.

    “But in the two-week run-up to Gilroy, there were 36 other mass shootings from coast to coast — and 34 of those shooters were black. One was white and one Hispanic. These results echo a New York Times story from 2016 that stated, much to the surprise and chagrin of the reporters, that whenever there are three or more victims of gunfire, 75 percent of shooters in America are black.”

    “The day after the Gilroy shooting, Mayor Bill de Blasio was fielding questions from reporters about whether the Gilroy shooting resembled some of the recent mass shootings in New York, such as Brooklyn Saturday night. Not all, said de Blasio. “We don’t really count them that way.””

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  14. mylabs5 says:

    I’d like to posit a point on the manifesto. Since it may be obvious that the shooter didn’t write it due to the semantic structure tied to it’s biased worldview (IE the kid probably couldn’t rub 2 thoughts together to form a sentence), I believe that the FBI (if it is at all functional at this point) should pull down all these manifestos that show up and do an analysis to connect the dots. We did that on hvt’s in the war theatre. There are certain software packages that do that for copyright infringement lawsuits. The gov already has the systems from the war to do it. Transfer that over from military to domestic and comb the various social media sites that these creeps use. Find out who’s orchestrating this using these stupid kids that are easily manipulated and track them down.

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  15. Jeff Hill says:

    False Flag

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  16. LULU says:

    “Adriana and her two children were inside near the cash register when the shooting started. She says she saw 3 or 4 men in black as shooters.”

    https://www.pscp.tv/i_p_a_1/1ynKORaNRVXxR

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  17. LULU says:

    El Paso Police tweeted yesterday morning:

    EL PASO POLICE DEPT

    Verified account

    @EPPOLICE
    Follow Follow @EPPOLICE
    More
    Scene is still Active. We have multi reports of multiple shooters. Please avoid area police conducting search of a very large area. Media staging will be given when area is secure.
    11:11 AM – 3 Aug 2019 from El Paso, TX

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    • Mr. T. says:

      LULU, you may recall that the same thing happened at the Garlic Festival, that there were reports that there could be more than one shooter involved. That wasn’t the case. In a situation like those shootings, where the shooter is both moving around and pointing the firearm in different directions while firing, it is not uncommon for witnesses to become confused about what they see or hear while they are fleeing or attempting to seek a hiding position. There will also always be at least one witness or victim who embellishes the truth about what they saw instead of just sticking to what they remember.

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  18. LULU says:

    This is not a normal young guy…in his own words:

    He wrote in the About section of the LinkedIn page, “I’m not really motivated to do anything more than what’s necessary to get by. Working in general sucks, but I guess a career in Software Development suits me well. I spend about 8 hours every day on the computer so that counts as technology experience I guess. Pretty much gonna see what technology careers present themselves; go with the wind.”

    When writing about his life in high school, Crusius said that he did not participate in extracurricular activities because of “lack of freedom.” A Facebook page that shows the suspect’s face as the profile image shows no biographical information or recent postings. On that page, Crusius has three visible friends.

    Leigh Ann Locascio, a former neighbor, told the Los Angeles Times Crusius spoke negatively about students who joined the school band or played sports. He often sat alone on the bus in junior high and high school. He was “very much a loner, very stand-offish” and “didn’t interact a whole lot with anyone.”

    https://heavy.com/news/2019/08/patrick-crusius/

    Forget gun control. What is going on with young people – especially young men?

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    • Mr. T. says:

      Yes, LULU, this country has a serious problem that needs to be addressed, and that is, today’s millennials are becoming more and more of a threat in and to this country. We are never going to fix that problem until we recognize what is causing it and then begin to put a stop to it. One only has to look at the rhetoric coming from Bernie Sanders, the Gang of 4, otherwise known as the 4 Stooges, and the democratic candidates running for president. They have continued to do what Obama and Holder started in January 2009, divide this country racially and politically, as well as undermining our law enforcement agencies across the country. We also need to put a stop to the dangerous leftist brainwashing curriculum being taught today in many schools around the country. This is how civil wars have been started across the globe. I hope to never see that happen here in the USA. God Help Us if it does happen.

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    • Joemama says:

      Boys in CA are abused by hateful women teachers from the youngest age. They are treated like defective girls and punished for behaviour that would have been considered perfectly normal when I was growing up (60’s through early 80’s). I saw it happen to my son. I didn’t realize what was happening until late in middle school/early high school. It was horrible.

      Almost all my son’s teachers were female. It think I can count on one hand the number of male teachers my son had through his entire public school experience. Not all were spiteful boy/men haters, but many were.

      This kind of experience screws a boy/young man up in the head pretty effectively.

      This is part of the reason that a higher percentage of girls eventually make it to college, than boys.

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      • LULU says:

        That’s a very broad brush. My two sons went to California public schools. No male teachers until junior high school. They had a couple of cranks along the way, but tagging women as the only crank teachers is inaccurate.

        Boys tend to be more rambuctious, more active. It is harder for them to sit for long hours. They need the recess breaks that seem to have been shortened in many schools. They need intermittent periods of active play to break up the school day.

        This has been verified by a longtime friend, a widely-noted published psychologist-author in the United States and UK, whose field of study was the basic differences between boys and girls – in learning, reading, behavior, and so forth.

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  19. curator55 says:

    Sebastian Gorka DrG

    @SebGorka
    34 Minutes ago

    The El Paso killer is not right-wing.
    Watch the mainstream media NOT tell the Truth.

    https://www.sebgorka.com/the-el-paso-shooter-admits-he-is-a-progressive-leftist/
    @SalemMediaGrp

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  20. Jeff Stanley says:

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    • curator55 says:

      Sebastian Gorka DrG‏
      Verified account
      @SebGorka
      17 minutes ago

      No cover up. Typical.

      Eye-witnesses to a shooting are one of the most unreliable sources there is.

      Ask any LEO.Sebastian Gorka DrG added,
      UhOhChongo
      ———————————————

      @nocanundustan
      Replying to @SebGorka @SalemMediaGrp
      I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but I’ve seen posts where at least 2 witnesses claim there were 3 or 4 shooters in El Paso. Wondering if there is a cover-up.
      39 replies 58 retweets 195 likes
      Reply 39
      @SebGorka
      17 minutes ago

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      • Jeff Stanley says:

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        • curator55 says:

          Last night on CNN’s Late Night news, (quick check before bed), a retired L.A. Police Sergeant with an obvious agenda outrageously insinuated the El Paso police were racist because they didn’t kill the suspect like they usually do black suspects. She is an African American. I believe the killer surrendered without weapons while he was outside heading for his vehicle or in his vehicle? So, they would have killed an unarmed suspect to satisfy her racist allegations.

          Now, many are accusing the police of being involved in a cover up conspiracy. The thin Blue Line has become a convenient accusatory punching bag for many and yet so many officers remain on the job and risk their lives for those they don’t know.

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          • ann says:

            That makes me very angry. Dragging police into political contexts.

            Human aggression is a universal constant throughout history.
            Societies in retraction, droughts, unemployed males, convulsions and chaos, opportunists: antisocial behavior is part nature, part nature, but it’s not “political”.
            ,
            It’s biological, damn it.

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  21. Jeff Stanley says:

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  22. Jeff Stanley says:

    I’ll tell you one thing, El Paso is in no mood for ANTIFA’s or anyone else’s bullsh*t. If they have half a brain, they’ll cancel their September plans, but they don’t have half a brain.

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/07/30/report-andy-ngo-antifa-siege-el-paso-texas-resistance/

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    • Rex70 says:

      Oh, wow–they’re still a “go” with that? When I first saw the literature posted promoting that event, I thought, “Well, this lunatic has ruined it for them.” Apparently not…??? Maybe this is why Texas Senator Cruz has very recently submitted a bill deeming Antifa as domestic terrorists. No, they do not have haf a brain–but they do, not so strangely, have a lot of financial backing and strong organizational workings. I think Senator Cruz outta get on his horse and have these degenerates added to our growing list of public enemies.

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    • JCM800 says:

      Thank you for the laughs.
      I’ll tell you one thing, your sure like Irish Coffee!
      Don’t be uh disrespectin!
      : )

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  23. Peppurr says:

    I actually applauded the Governor of Texas on TV this morning when he adamantly stated that it’s about time we went after the gaming industry. It’s the first time I’ve heard anyone address this!! Young men sitting on their computers day and nite doing nothing but shooting people? Why have these “games” out there at all? And then there are the parents. Did they know their kid had an AK47 ??

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    • LULU says:

      Peppurr, I have seen no mention of parents. One of the three “friends” on his personal post on social media is his sister. He was supposedly living with his grandmother or going to live with his grandmother. He appears to be a cipher. A nonentity. A nothingburger. And he knows it. This shooting may have been the only bold thing he ever did in his life. How many of these shooters could answer to that description? Seem to be more than a few…

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      • Jillian McNicholl says:

        Thank you for correcting me. LULU. I had read something about the parents and I somehow made the erroneous connection he was living with them. 😦

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        • LULU says:

          Jjillian, I only said I hadn’t seen anything about parents. I was in no position to correct anyone. It seems that Crusius has some pretty decent parents and a twin sister.

          Imagine the shock for father and daughter when they learned her twin brother Patrick Crusius had been identified by police as the gunman and arrested for Friday’s horrific carnage in El Paso. The added twist is that the twins’ mother is a registered nurse such as those who tended the wounded —a 4-month-old baby, a 2-year-old, and a 9-year-old among them—at two local hospitals.

          https://www.thedailybeast.com/suspected-el-paso-shooter-patrick-crusius-dad-once-sought-to-help-gun-violence-victim
          His father is a mental health counselor to whom the VA refers PTSD patients. Eleven months ago he helped a man who had been shot to death by a deranged person who came to his front door. The story becomes more strange…

          Not a fan of the Daily Beast, but when I did a search for Crusius parents this is what came up… Quite a lot of information on them in this article.

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          • LULU says:

            Good grief. Just read another article that described his parents’ having divorced in 2011. He would have been a young teenager. The same article said he was a “troubled” kid. Boys need their fathers. Correction: They really need both parents….

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            • LULU says:

              Just read this! So much for his “decent family”… Hooboy…the danger in posting comments too early?

              His father, Bryan Crusius, 63, revealed in a 2014 memoir details of the broken home his son grew up in, confessing to decades of drug and alcohol abuse that led to the breakup of both his first marriage and his 18-year relationship with the alleged shooter’s mother.

              The book offers some insight into the mass shooter’s upbringing – but not what turned him into an apparently white supremacist-inspired multiple murderer who was cold-blooded enough to make sure he was taken alive.

              https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7319821/El-Paso-Walmart-shooter-Patrick-Crusius-father-penned-book-life-drug-addiction.html

              Creepy parents have a way of raising messed up kids…

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    • California Joe says:

      Exactly! These kids are all loners who play violent video games all day and night. No friends! No sports! No social activities just computer games. Every one of them but no one in the news media is going to blame Apple, Microsoft or Google for the violence!

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      • ann says:

        So true Joe.
        Unplug the machines! Confiscate the means for electronic addiction .
        Turn the darn electricity off! No more TV, phone.

        Get them in football, team sports. These young men need to SWEAT.
        , engage tutors, study with them.
        Do Home projects together, teach manual skills,

        buy an old truck for him to rebuild.to . learn how to master his environment proactively. let him work for the parts,
        Kids need to make the connection that prosocial behavior is rewarding, and that choosing antisocial attitudes has direct aversive consequences.

        Parents are not powerless. We are leaders.
        And if one looks, help from people in our communities, including local police

        Engage both mind & body in productive pursuits.
        Be a real daily presence in their lives,

        Raising males in this society is certainly not easy, but it’s not brain surgery.

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    • Rex70 says:

      I didn’t see his conference, but the Texas GOVERNOR is the man to listen to…NOT the feds.

      ABSOLUTELY–after watching closely 10+ years of these tragedies, the formula is: Violent game enthusiast plus “mood-stabilizing” drug therapy. In other words, Big Entertainment plus Big Pharma.

      This was OBVIOUS by the the time the Aurora movie theater shooting occurred–but anyone attempting to address that angle was immediately shut down by, especially, big producers Hollyweird. That was allowed to stand since the 0bama years–as he was one-in-the-same with that pedo-haven as well as the Healthcare Industry. Trump definitely does not have such ties and ought to mete out a strategy to take a stick to them.

      Both industries are out of control with the products the put out and how readily available their products (hyper-violent video games and “entertainment” as well as psycho-pharma prescriptions for youth)–AND parents are too willing to agree to BOTH for their problem children.

      Governor Abbott is on to something and shouldn’t let it drop once media coverage of this tragedy does.

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    • francinepink says:

      Look at Beto trying to contain his laughter

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  24. JCM800 says:

    https://www.kvue.com/article/news/crime/ex-dps-official-accused-in-brutal-rape-bonds-out-of-jail/269-6f5092b4-6288-4958-bc2b-1ba22d1c5664

    DPS Fires Accused Rapist Division Director.

    Iffin that ain’t uh disrespectin Texas Law Enforcement, Ah downt know whut is.

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  25. OldParatrooper says:

    Interesting, both the El Paso and Dayton shooters used civilian versions of the AK-47. Wonder what the odds of that are?

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    • Joemama says:

      They are very common weapons. Not unusual. El Paso shooter(s) had AK-47 chambered in the standard 7.62X.39. Ohio shooter had the AK-47 chambered for .223 AR-15 type round. Almost nobody has access to a fully auto military AK-47.

      The false flags will likely be conducted with AK-47s and AR-15s. Expect numerous false flag mass killings in the coming weeks, along with massive MSM/cultural marxist democrat/RINO campaigns to ban all semi-automatic weapons, both rifles and pistols.

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      • Mr. T. says:

        OldParatrooper, not uncommon at all that both shooters used an AK-47. At one time, you could buy them at gun stores for less than $200. The market was flooded with them, especially the ones Norinco was importing from China. After the government began restricting the imports, especially from China, Russia and Romania, the price started going up but they are still readily available. There is also plenty of 7.62×39 ammo available that is not expensive. Most of it made in Russia or one of the former Soviet Bloc countries. It is steel jacketed and not brass jacketed ammo.

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  26. Seeadler says:

    There are some interesting things going on all over, random but on closer examination, maybe not so much.
    In no particular order:
    Our beloved and trusted FBI warns conspiracy theories are a new domestic terrorism threat.
    Wouldn’t want anyone to connect any dots…….I won’t bother with the criticism of the FBI/LVMPD investigation into the Las Vegas shooting, it will give me a headache, besides its just a conspiracy anyway.

    The American Center for Law and Justice, started by Jay Sekulow, Trumps attorney, discovers the DOJ’s immunity agreement of Clinton, and her attorneys Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson included the FBI agreeing to destroy evidence in the case. And we’re supposed to trust them to investigate all the craziness now? Its like infidelity in a relationship, once gone it ain’t never coming back.
    https://aclj.org/government-corruption/aclj-obtains-obama-dojs-immunity-agreements-with-hillary-clinton-lawyers-cheryl-mills-and-heather-samuelson-to-dispose-of-evidence-and-refuse-to-comply-with-federal-law
    Seven folks were shot in Douglas Park in Chicago last night as well. No mention of the perps, but imagine they are not Trump supporters or white nationalists. in addition to all the other shootings there since the beginning of August, 4 days, last count 50 shot, 4 dead. Some how lamestream media missed that report.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/08/mass-shooting-in-chicago-7-shot-in-douglas-park-in-drive-by-shooting-at-120-am-ignored-by-media/
    https://heyjackass.com
    After Rep. Tulsi Gabbard handed Sen.Kamela Harris her ass in the 2nd democratic debate in Detroit concerning her dismal record as AG of California, their Dept. of Corrections and Rehabilitation scrubbed arrest records from Harris’s tenure. Bleachbit?
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-08-03/california-scrubs-controversial-kamala-harris-era-arrest-reports
    Leftists change El Paso shooter Crusius’s bio info on MyLife.com from democrat to republican, among other things. Was reported on Twitter, page no longer available.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/08/leftists-change-shooter-patrick-crusiuss-mylife-page-after-saturday-shooting-from-democrat-to-republican/
    Several days ago Antifa planned a big event in where….wait for it…El Paso. Texas Lt.Gov. Dan Patrick warned them not to come. The shooter came from 500 miles away. Coincidence?
    https://dailycaller.com/2019/08/03/texas-gov-antifa-el-paso/
    Mexico just celebrated their highest first half homicide rate for 2019, 14,603 murders. Expected to exceed last years record of 29,111. There is only one bonafide gun store in all Mexico, and they have very strict laws about possession of firearms. Must be those dangerous pinatas.
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-08-02/narco-shootouts-and-surging-homicides-plague-mexico-city
    In Japan a few days ago, a disgruntled employee set fire to an anime studio, incinerating 33 people. Fire with gasoline, not firearms. Where there is a will there is a way.
    https://www.foxnews.com/world/japan-anime-studio-fire-you-die-33-killed
    I find it especially curious that the Ohio and El Paso shooters shared the use of ear protection during their assaults, almost never see their use outside of gun ranges, especially in a criminal setting. Wonder why, same training facility? The El Paso shooters father was a psychiatrist and the Ohio shooter was ‘compromised’ in some fashion. SSRI drugs involved? Selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors, antidepressants, are known to trigger very violent behavior, especially in young folks. Hmmmm….
    Officials are beginning to not name mass killers, or just ordinary killers to deny them ‘fame and glory’. It’s especially prevalent in Europe these days when the perps are Islamic. Don’t ask, don’t tell.
    https://thecrimereport.org/2019/06/03/va-shooting-revives-question-should-shooter-be-named/

    I fear for our country, and the world, the good parts anyway. Be safe out there.
    Truth is treason in an empire of lies.

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  27. covfefe999 says:

    The false flag claim is like the racist easy button.

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  28. Joemama says:

    The El Paso shooting definitely fits a false flag profile.
    1. Father is a wacko psychologist that uses crystal bowl tone therapy and had a clinic that treated troubled teens that closed when it was about to be shut down by authorities due to unsafe conditions. This is the kind of place where shooters are recruited.
    2. A father with a strange work history. Kind of like he had no viable means of support for years and goes to college to get a psychology degree late in life.
    3. A loner son that exhibits antisocial tendencies.
    4. Multiple witnesses that were near the checkout counters indicating 4 shooters entering the Walmart.
    5. A manifesto that gets posted a few hours before the attack, while suspect is driving 11 hours to his shooting site.
    6. Videos shown on the MSM that are clearly taken during active shooting training drills. Shadows in the scene show it was taken either in the mid-morning or mid-afternoon hours, not 11am to noon. Not enough car or human traffic. Unemotional people casually walking to help the alleged victims that show no obvious bleeding, using canned phrases like “we need CPR here” and “help, help, help” *& “help me roll him over” with no conviction or stress exhibited at all.
    7. Convenient ultrafuzzy photograph of the lone white male racist shooter entering the walmart with his weapon released very early in the day. We still haven’t seen any security camera video from Las Vegas shooting 2 years ago.

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  29. Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired says:

    Two questions for the herd of politicians and all others screaming that the El Paso and Dayton shootings are examples of white nationalistic terrorism virtually out of control, and the major threat to the nation requiring more and more gun control.
    Question # 1. Are the nightly shootings in Chicago, Baltimore, NYC, LA, etc. examples of minority nationalistic terrorism out of control?
    Question # 2. Have gun control measures employed directly on the population at large had a measurable effect on the gun violence in any of the cities mentioned in question # 1?
    Personal comment: Trey Gowdy today on Fox News summed the gun control argument up in an excellent manner. He stated that in all of his years as a prosecutor he never prosecuted a shooter that let any gun control law prevent him/her from carrying out his/her crime. He closed by saying that if anyone could show him a gun control measure that would have prevented Sandy Hook and/or any other of the mass shootings to date, he as a father would sign up immediately. As a soldier cop and civilian cop for over 45 years I say, “Ditto for me!” Like Tray, I have lost count of the number of crimes I have worked in which with firearms were factors. In all those years and crimes I recall only five cases where the shooters used properly licensed/registered firearms. Guess what? Three of those five cases were domestic cases. The other two were individuals who seemed to have let alcohol/drugs take over their ability to reason.
    Oh! Before I shut-up, may I say something that will probably bring down the sky upon my head and shoulders? As a soldier who carried an early version of the M-4 carbine in combat and fought guys carrying the AK-47 in the jungles of Vietnam, I find that permitting these weapons (even in the semi-auto configuration) should be as carefully controlled as the automatic versions. If one has no experience with using weapons like the M-4, M-16, M-14, AK-47, etc…, there is a mental issue not often discussed nor understood. Without scaring the hell out of civilians and challenging all the human science folks (that’s “shrinks” for you fellow Texas folks), I will just say this; Ask any soldier or marine who took infantry or armor (tankers) training what happened to them the first time they fired automatic weapons like those mentioned above. Rather than sounding like a shrink, I will just say there is a level of excitement that often leaves a rational person with mixed emotions regarding the experience. As the commander of a mechanized infantry unit (equipped with every weapon system from the M-16 rifle through .50 caliber M-2 heavy machine guns) in Vietnam I can attest that the emotions experienced by many when firing such weapons became an important factor not only in operational planning, but in logistical planning as well (In short, without constant training/controls in place running out of ammo and blowing away everything within sight/sound were real issues).
    Soldier/Cop/Grunt, Retired

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    • ann says:

      they must be very hard to control. I Appreciate your posts, sharing hard won wisdom.
      Words are insufficient to express my respect for your lifetime of sacrifice and service.
      🇺🇸🙋🏼‍♀️🦅

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  30. Mr. T. says:

    So the government of Mexico wants to sue the USA for not protecting the Mexican citizens who were killed yesterday in El Paso? Really? Perhaps they should file a lawsuit against themselves for not protecting their own citizens.

    http://www.theamericanmirror.com/border-war-cartel-enforcers-brandish-anti-aircraft-guns-military-body-armor-in-shock-hostage-video/

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