Is the FBI allowing mass shootings to happen to advance a gun control narrative in America?

Thursday, September 12, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Thursday, September 12, 2019

There are a number of strange anomalies associated with the recent mass shooting that was reported in El Paso, Texas, including the fact that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) apparently knew it was going to happen before it happened, but let it happen anyway.

Reports indicate that the alleged shooter posted his plans to 8chan several hours before entering the Walmart – 8chan having previously been identified as a “honey pot” hive where the FBI has intentionally incited violence in the past as part of a covert terrorist entrapment program.

In other words, the FBI is a regular 8chan user – or was, seeing as how the site has since been banned – that monitors the message board system for red flag users that it believes might try to commit acts of mass violence.

Why, then, didn’t the FBI do anything to prevent the El Paso shooting from happening? The answer would seem to be a simple one: The FBI, along with the rest of the deep state, is out to apprehend people’s firearms and abolish the Second Amendment.

Amazingly, Attorney General William Barr signaled just days prior to the shooting that such a major incident “may well occur at any time,” describing it as something “that will galvanize public opinion on these issues” – “these issues,” of course, referring to public acceptance of more restrictions on legal gun ownership.

In his speech, and in so many words, Barr essentially told the public that mass shootings are likely to continue until Americans concede to the demands of the government. And wouldn’t you know it? That very thing is happening, just as he predicted.

This would explain why the FBI intentionally did nothing in response to the shooter’s plans when they first came to light. The FBI, and seemingly Barr as well, want them to keep happening until the anti-gun agenda of the deep state moves forward as intended.

And after the shooting occurred, President Trump chimed in using the exact same language that Barr used before it occurred, signaling that the Constitution is once again under attack as the government pushes Americans to trade in their freedoms and liberties for the illusion of peace and safety.

“The overlap between Barr’s recent speech and Trump’s proposed solution to the massacres, as well as the FBI’s unusual recent relationship with 8chan, has led some to suggest that the Trump administration is taking advantage of the tragedy at El Paso and of other recent mass shootings to impose unpopular restrictions on civil liberties and increase the mass surveillance of innocent Americans,” writes Whitney Webb for Mint Press News.

Barr also called for government “backdoors” on consumer electronic products, which Trump has reiterated

During a keynote speech he gave on July 23 at the 2019 International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS), Barr also issued a plea for consumer electronics manufacturers and applications developers to create “backdoor” tools for the government to invade people’s privacy in the interest of “public safety” – pleas that President Trump reiterated after the recent shooting.

The strange parallels between what Barr called for prior to the shooting, and what Trump called for after it, as well as the FBI’s negligence in using the intelligence it had at the time to stop a major tragedy, is why many cognizant Americans are asking more and more questions as to what is really going on here.

Barr actually stated that “warrant-proof encryption” – that is, encryption that protects people’s constitutional rights – are “seriously impairing” the federal government’s “ability to monitor and combat domestic and foreign terrorists.”

In other words, what he’s actually saying is the Bill of Rights is getting in the way of the federal government’s continued efforts to spy and surveil Americans in the name of “national security,” and he would like to see them eliminated because of this.

President Trump echoed these sentiments in the official response he gave following the Texas shooting, blaming the internet and its “dark recesses,” which are somewhat inaccessible to the federal government, for creating “a dangerous avenue to radicalize disturbed minds and perform demented acts.”

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