Prosecutors in El Paso, Texas, will seek the death penalty for the man suspected of killing 20 people and injuring more than two dozen others. U.S. Attorney John Bash said they will pursue a criminal investigation, a civil rights hate crime investigation and “domestic terrorism” charges against the suspect, who was identified as 21-year-old Patrick Crusius. According to The Associated Press, Crusius is from Allen, Texas, which is a nearly 10-hour drive from El Paso. Police Chief Greg Allen said Crusius purchased his weapon legally.
Crusius wore earphones and eye gear, probably because he thought he was in a training event likely organized by the dark side of the FBI. This is conjecture only as there’s been no confirmation that he was a gamer. No surveillance videos have been released, however the picture of the shooter entering also shows that he has only a single drum making it nearly impossible to shoot 46 moving targets with a 100 round drum.
In the hours following the attack, there was another mass shooting across the country in Dayton, Ohio. Nine people were killed and 16 injured by a gunman who was shot to death by responding officers in under 1 minute.
Many of the victims in El Paso were shot at a Walmart. The shopping area is about 5 miles from the main border checkpoint with Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. “The scene was a horrific one,” said Allen, adding that many of the 26 people who were hurt had life-threatening injuries.
Bryan Crusius (El Paso shooter’s father) is a therapist and former Director of Dual Diagnosis at a psychiatric hospital shut down for “safety violations”. Timberlawn Psychiatric Hospital was shut down by the government last year claiming that “children and adults trying to recover from trauma, depression or other mental conditions have gone to the hospital in East Dallas for help — and found danger instead.”
Crusius attended Plano High School, which is located near the family home before moving to Collin County community college, which confirmed the suspect attended their school through spring 2019.
According to former classmates and neighbors, who spoke to various media outlets, Crusius was a loner, who didn’t interact with his classmates and shunned organized school activities.
“He was very much a loner, very stand-offish” and “didn’t interact a whole lot with anyone,” Leigh Ann Locascio, a former neighbor, told the Los Angeles Times. Locascio’s son Tony, who often walked to school with Crusius and his sister, added: “He wouldn’t talk to people. No one really knew him.”
Remarkably, several eyewitnesses to the shooting, a mother and her daughter, were captured on video recounting how three men dressed in all black entered through the front doors of the store as the shooting started.
“That’s when my mom is like ‘no it is actually shooting’ and she saw three men went in and they were all dressed in black,” a young girl named Britney explained. “…that’s when my mom said ‘drop down, go down to the floor.’”
Britney admits that neither she nor her mom actually saw anyone shot or wounded but said the three men were, in fact, holding guns and acknowledged the men were shooting.
VIDEO of witness Brittney, who says her mom saw 3 armed men dressed all in black. pic.twitter.com/r9jnR2WfF4
— Jeff DeRiso (@JeffDeRiso) August 3, 2019
Britney’s mother Adriana was near the checkout area at the front of the store with both her children when the shooting started and claims to have seen three or four male shooters dressed in black enter through the front doors.
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://t.co/46Z5utWmE2
— Ivan Pierre Aguirre (@i_p_a_1) August 3, 2019
Witness Ray Holgin told CBS News that he was about to go into the Walmart when he heard at least 10 gunshots, and said he thought he spotted at least two people with guns. He also said he saw an elderly lady fall to the ground, but it is unclear if she was shot.
Another witness who serves in the military and was inside the Walmart also says he heard there were 4 shooters. He acted to save as many children as possible and used his legally owned weapon to help as many children get out as possible:
To boot, El Paso Mayor Dee Margo originally told media sources that three suspects were taken into custody.
Could these be Operation Gladio-type false flag shootings to take away our 2nd amendment rights?
Patrick Crusius is claimed by the media to be a Trump supporter, but he has a profile on MyLife.com that said otherwise, well, at least up until the mass shooting. But then it began to change!
MyLife is an American information brokerage founded in 2002 as Reunion.com. MyLife gathers personal information through public records and other sources to automatically generate a “MyLife Public Page” for each person, described by MyLife as a “complete Wikipedia-like biography on every American.”
At 2:46 PM on the day of the shooting, MyLife had this profile for the deranged killer Patrick Crusius.
His original profile at 2:46 said he was a registered Democrat.
Six minutes later his profile had been changed to ‘Republican’, ‘Qanon conspiracy theorist’, ‘former Trump campaign worker’, and NRA member.
Crusius published a manifesto before his shooting spree.
It is clear from his words that he is a PROGRESSIVE white nationalist – what was once defined as a “Nazi.”
This is not to say he’s a Democrat or a Republican, but he is without question a progressive.
All you have to do is read his manifesto to see the obvious tell-tale signs.
Under his section titled “Economic Reasons” for the attack, the shooter states:
“In the near future, America will have to initiate a basic universal income to prevent widespread poverty and civil unrest as people lose their jobs (to automation). Joblessness is in itself a source of civil unrest. The less dependents on a government welfare system, the lower the unemployment rate, the better. Achieving ambitious social projects like universal healthcare and UBI would become far more likely to succeed if tens of millions of defendants are removed.”
Now THAT is some Nazi level stuff right there. Kill the undesirables so we can have our glorious government programs!
His was an act of environmental terrorism as well:
“The decimation of our environment is creating a massive burden for future generations. Corporations are heading the destruction of our environment by shamelessly overharvesting resources.”
Not exactly sounding like a Republican, but this next quote does remind me of one of the parties:
“I am against race mixing because it destroys genetic diversity and creates identity problems….But the idea of deporting or murdering all non-white Americans is horrific. Many have been here as long as the whites, and have done as much to build our country. The best solution to this for now would be to divide America int a confederacy of territories with at least 1 territory for each race.”
Huh. Where have we heard about a confederacy in the past? We’ll have to think on that one. The fact is, this guy is the real deal NAZI. He’s a white nationalist socialist, and this is EXTREMELY inconvenient for progressives because he throws progressive history right in everyone’s faces.
In the manifesto he says he chose a gun-free zone as his target for obvious reasons.
Remember: it is not cowardly to pick low hanging fruit. AKA Don’t attack heavily guarded areas to fulfill your super soldier COD fantasy. Attack low security targets. Even though you might out gun a security guard or police man, they likely beat you in armor, training and numbers.
As the FBI did in the Las Vegas mass shooting cover up, the FBI would take full control of the El Paso investigation.
Steve Hooper, a 30 year veteran of the FBI, said the El Paso shooter admitted during interviews that he was triggered after watching the DNC debate where all the candidates raised their hands to provide “health insurance” to illegal immigrants. It was the insanity at the Democrat Presidential debates that triggered the shooter, not Trump’s language.
Here is the audio from the Mike Broomhead Show 3 days after the shooting massacre.
Steve Hooper: When the most recent debate when they all said free healthcare, they all raised their hands. That’s what pushed him over the edge. He felt he was justified. He felt he ran out of alternatives.