Dmitriy Andreychenko never meant to cause a panic. He only wanted to do a little “social experiment,” but he was “combat ready.”
This wasn’t an isolated incident. Andreychenko was only one of a whole string of related situations involving Walmart this week. There were at least seven others. Together they make an unmistakable pattern.
Are mentally unstable “Zombies” being triggered by deep state “trolls” on social media. Are they being forced to rise up and make the President look like he’s to blame?
As CNN reports, on Thursday, Dmitriy Andreychenko casually strolled into a Walmart in Springfield, Missouri to buy some grocery bags. He heard about the Walmart shooting in El Paso, Texas, so he was “equipped with body armor, a handgun and a rifle.” He recorded himself on his phone as he pushed a cart into the store with the loaded rifle strapped across his chest.
“I wanted to know if that Walmart honored the Second Amendment,” the mentally unstable youth told police.
Before he left for Walmart, he told his sister it was “a social experiment on how his Second Amendment right would be respected in a public area.” She didn’t bother to tell the police or anyone else, she just told him it wasn’t a good idea. His wife said the same thing, especially with what just happened in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, but she didn’t call anyone either. Did he come up with that idea himself? Or did someone plant the suggestion in his head.
Andreychenko’s been charged with making a terrorist threat in the second degree and officers say he’s “lucky to be alive.” According to prosecuting attorney Dan Patterson, “Missouri protects the right to open carry a firearm, but that right does not allow an individual to act in a reckless and criminal manner, endangering other citizens.”
When the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting is added into the mix, a sinister pattern starts to emerge. Why are all these unstable people suddenly shooting up the entire country, and why are so many of them conveniently “white supremacists.”
America has long been saturated with mentally unstable people who hold remarkably intense and often irrational opinions. Nothing has changed recently in their level of care or lack thereof.
Richard Clayton was arrested Friday in Florida, for a social media post he made saying, “3 more days of probation left then I get my AR-15 back. Don’t go to Walmart next week.” He’s now in custody until he comes up with a $15,000 bond. Also in Florida, a Tampa resident “called a Walmart and told an employee he would shoot up the store.”
In Texas, Harlingen Police “learned that a male subject had used a social media site to post up an imminent threat that was to occur at the Walmart in Harlingen on a specific date.” Meanwhile, in Weslaco, Texas, the mother of a 13-year-old boy dragged him into the local station for “making a social media post Wednesday that prompted a Walmart to be evacuated.”
The other incidents were similar and not as serious but together they paint a chilling picture. Out of the blue, all this starts happening just when the globalist-controlled liberal left was losing the propaganda war. We don’t have concentration camps on the border. “Asylees” who cross the border illegally really are criminals.
Now, we have a sudden wave of politically motivated mass shootings. It’s like they were cued. Of course, they all have to be blamed on President Donald Trump and his rhetoric.
Most, if not all of these unbalanced individuals have been monitored by authorities, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, for a long, long, time. They are on the radar. Undercover agents are well known to associate on social media just like everyone else, but monitor the behavior of certain people. The odds are nearly certain that all these suspects were being watched on the internet.
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Along with monitoring, these undercover agents can push psychological buttons. They have the resources to psychologically profile their targets and use subtle prodding to tip someone over the edge. That sort of technique won’t work on everyone, but there are enough people out there who are tipping right on the edge. Not all of these people are being monitored closely by their caregivers, and many are stable enough to keep their plots to themselves long enough to pull them off.
The pattern is unmistakable. This sudden cluster of events with such similar characteristics can’t be ignored. This is exactly the type of Deep State behavior that the tinfoil-hat conspiracy types have been warning about for years. Welcome to the new world order.
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