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[–] Meta-Vinci 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I haven’t researched it but what about the mass shooting stopped by a good guy with a gun at Walmart in Springfield, Missouri, ? Did patriots learn something from El Paso and were ready, but used an opportunity to have an armed citizen be the hero? Seems plausible. If so the hero must have had backup just in case. Articles conveniently don’t give the fireman’s name or interview him about how he detained the armed man. Curious isn’t it?

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[–] Publius1778 [S] ago 

yeah I wondered how a fireman disabled a guy with a semi automatic rifle, 100 rounds, and body armor until the cops came. I noted there was no description of how this happened, and of course, no video.

Perhaps the "fireman" was a kind of fail safe if the shooting went south before it started, an out. These kid shooters appear to be mind control victims so there more be special commands that can be given to them to stand down.

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[–] Meta-Vinci ago 

No video, yet the perp was videoing it on his phone? Errr. Okaaay.

I heard he shot him in the leg but can’t find a verified source anywhere.

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[–] CovfefeFan 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Everyday people do this all the time. I was on the way to work one morning when a car rolled. There was a very young toddler in the car. Being female, the guys who were helping the mother, handed me the toddler to hold while they took care of the mother and she was air lifted out. There were many people, real heroes, on the scene. There was nothing about it on the news. It's what real Americans do every day. Americans helping Americans. However, when a celebrity does it, they are doing something "Trump supporters" do without thinking. (I know I used "Trump" supporters, this was before Trump was president, but it was near a military base and those helping were mostly military personnel.) Celebrities makes the news.

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[–] Vozlo 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I can't shake the suspicion that Everything in the so-called public consciousness is staged, it's all carefully considered product. Democracy is too important to leave to the people.

Danny Trejo represents a certain moral superiority for the Hollywood anti-Trump faction. They can point to him as an example of their multi-ethnic inclusiveness vs. that racist Orange Man. Which helps draw unwanted attention away from how the real Southern California upper class uses 'ethnics' as domestic servants.

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[–] sheepdoggie ago 

You are over the target, the fact is ITS ALL STAGED. ALL OF IT!!! View the news and media this way and it ALL makes sense !!!!

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[–] Publius1778 [S] ago  (edited ago)

I run on the treadmill at night with CNN in my face and I just look at those Clowns, Cooper, Lemon, Cuomo and its like they don't even pretend to pretend they are telling the truth. Its like they don't even expect people to believe them, or that the people are so brainwashed they don't even have to try to be convincing with their lies.

Cooper has very strange body language. Doesn't look like a happy camper, strange way in which his head and neck are shoved down onto his shoulders making his collar ride up on his neck, he sits in a funny way down in his seat with a furrow in his brow that is a pretense of seriousness but looks more like systemic unhappiness.

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[–] My10thaccount 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Totally makes sense, yep they rolled a car on a public road with pedestrians all around them in order to have Danny Trejo who is so well-known and such a huge celebrity save a baby. Yep totally makes sense

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[–] Publius1778 [S] ago 

I thought his body language was weird in the interviews and he went through all the standard tropes of "the everyday act of heroism" that runs on the nightly local news.

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[–] My10thaccount 1 point -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

Of course his body language is weird he's on drugs and has been on them for 75 years. Cocaine baby. I'm not saying this to be a shill or a****** but from an outside perspective you're reading into everything you see way too much. You're seeing signals and signs in places they just don't exist.