28 May 2022

What I’d Like to Know

Gateway Pundit asks:

How did an 18-year-old man, with no known employment, who was living with his grandmother because of an addicted mother, afford:

Two expensive firearms made by Daniel Defense ($2,000 each)
an EOTech optic ($400-$700)
1,657 rounds of .223 ammo ($800-1000 depending on how they were purchased)
body armor ($500-1000)
and over 60 magazines ($10-20 each)

For a total of approximately $6300 to $8,000?

Most established adult Americans, especially after the last two years and the current economy, can’t afford a fraction of that. But this young 18-year-old was able to do so with no known job and all on a debit (not credit!) card?

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Anon

You sell drugs…. That’s the easiest way to obtain cash quickly.



Mike-SMO

There has been no mention of the shooter’s “missing” father. That is a good place to look for bundles of unsupervised cash. Beats having to live with the sick bugger.



thinkingman

The answer is so easy that nobody who claims to be a journalist will dare ask it until they get an answer from somewhere- His Handlers gave him everything he needed. If they needed to have him on security cams purchasing these things himself, they gave him money an likely a ride to a retailer or two. If not available locally, these were ordered and delivered locally for transfer. He was the sort of misfit who was functional enough to simply keep track of in case he could prove useful some day, IMHO. Then , one day, his Handlers had a job for him, after the Supermarket Shooter not only failed to kill to his handler’s satisfaction, , but was captured alive.



butch

Don’t forget the ~$70,000 F-250.



McChuck

Why that classroom? Why those kids and teachers?

He was there for over an hour. Why didn’t he kill more?



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