August 4, 2019
My current belief is that the El Paso Walmart Massacre was staged by Beto O’Rourke as part of a viral marketing campaign for his presidential run.
Seriously, why the hell is a presidential candidate giving a press conference about a mass shooting? How does that make any sense?
Just watch: he is going to milk this thing for all it’s worth, simply because El Paso is his home town. He is going to make it the centerpiece of his campaign.
His new slogan will be “Vote for me – Mexicans got shot at a Walmart in a city I used to live in!”
How beneficial that is for him.
If we had a real media, they would confront him about his potential involvement in planning this mass shooting as part of a viral marketing campaign.
I can absolutely see this going through the man’s head: “My campaign is failing. I’m polling below an obvious Chinese spy. I’ve tried everything. It’s time to hoax a mass shooting at a Walmart. I don’t have any choice.”
If you just look at this person’s face and mannerisms, you can easily understand that this is the type of thinking he would have.
Seriously, in this video he starts crying.
Who the hell starts crying when random strangers die?
If you are a grown man who is not a user of anabolic steroids, just try to remember the number of times you’ve cried. I cannot remember the last time I cried. I do not cry when people I know die. I would probably cry if immediate family members died suddenly – I’m not claiming that I am totally without human emotions – but I will tell you this: I sure as hell wouldn’t do it on a stage at a press conference.
Anyone who does this is clinically insane.
Or they are a deviously manipulative hoaxer.
This isn’t proof that Beto staged the shooting, I will admit. But it is certainly very strong evidence.