Before dispensing with the latest staged deceptions, take note that not one video describing the Waffle House event as a deception or fake is up on Youtube. The same is true of examinations of the latest vanado attack in Toronto. The various alternative video sites do have some coverage.
The Waffle House shooter Travis Reinking, 29, is yet another wash, rinse repeat of the pre-crime narrative and agenda. It will reinforce the need for law enforcement to intervene and institutionalize “troubled” people, including those with fringe ideas — in this case, something called “sovereign citizens,” who are some sort of defacto anarchists.
The ever-present Slate and Southern Poverty Law Center are Johnny-on-the-Spot with the particulars on the latest boogeyman. You know gun control is secondary, and precrime measures are primary, as Mr. Reinking’s weapons had already been taken by his father. Thus, the message is, once again, that friends, family and police are in over their heads.
Here is the background on Reinking that compelled him to go butt-naked to a Nashville-area Waffle House at 3:20 a.m. and shot and randomly kill four people he didn’t know and “wound numerous others”:
According to the Tennessean, in May 2016, while Reinking was living in Illinois, authorities responded to a call involving Reinking, who told them he believed Taylor Swift was stalking him. According to CNN, his family also said he had made comments about killing himself. He was taken to a hospital to be evaluated. Then, in June 2017, he threatened someone with an AR-15, drove to a public pool, and exposed himself to people at the pool. Reinking’s father told police at the time he had taken four firearms from his son and locked them away, but when the father decided he wanted to move out of state, he returned them to his son. Police advised the father to lock the guns away again until his son received “mental help.” A month later, Reinking was again arrested, this time by the U.S. Secret Service outside the White House, when Reinking attempted to cross a security barrier near the complex.
As in most of these events, we get the hero, whose intervention insures it wasn’t worse. In this case, one James Shaw Jr., 29, saved the day. He was there “after a frat party.” Twenty-nine is rather old for frats parties, don’t you think?
Here we are asked to believe Shaw was able to approach the nude 6’4″, 185-pound Reinking and “dislodge and take possession of the AR-15” after a scuffle [start at min. 0:58]. But rather than using the weapon to apprehend Reinking, Shaw “tossed it behind the seating counter.” Next, Shaw “sort of “escorted the unarmed Reinking out the door. Really? What kind of absurd hero script is that?
The butt-naked Reinking was captured the next day, evading the “hapless” police for 34 hours after the shooting. A civilian reported him entering a wooded area close to the Waffle House. Somehow he got suited and booted again as police said Reinking was carrying a backpack with a semiautomatic firearm and ammunition.
The Toronto Vanado Attack
Par for the course, we see reporters reading from a script while nothing is revealed from a helicopter flying over the scene for an hour — supposedly 50 people hit here. This clip from CNN illustrates the nothingness below. There are a few scenes in the final video of CPR and “covered bodies,” but there should be a scramble to get all the injured — and even presumed dead — to emergency rooms. It all looks far too slow-paced.
There are always WTF black-magic moments in these psyops, and a doozy appears in the next clip sequence. Note that as the officer and “Alek Minassian” face off in an incredulous herky-jerky life-or-death showdown, three people suddenly and casually walk by on the sidewalk at minute 12:10. Then we learn at minute 12:24 that Minassian is an “Elliott Rodger” type, frustrated-with- women, celibate wannabe. At 14:30 a neck-beard is brought on to explain how the internet “radicalizes” said involuntary celibates. You can’t make this stuff up.
Update: Oh Those Pesky Nothing to See Here Move Along Details
Crime Syndicate screws up again on important details as photos show alleged Toronto vanado killer Alek Minassian as bald when being arrested, but having a full head hair in two major media courtroom sketches. Source of bald Minassian photo is Toronto Sun. Source of full head of hair Minassin in court is NBC News.