Military vehicles are being shipped to a closed Texas Walmart ahead of Jade Helm

Intellihub – by Shepard Ambellas

LIVINGSTON, Tex. (INTELLIHUB) — Pictures sent to Intellihub by a reader reveal that military Humvees are indeed being shipped to the recently closed Walmart store, via 18 wheeler, for possible future use. The closed store(s) are possibly being used in the upcoming JADE HELM 15 exercise as speculated early on by conspiracy theorists.  

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What do you think? Is this the smoking gun proving the Walmart Jade Helm connection?

https://www.intellihub.com/confirmed-military-vehicles-are-being-shipped-to-a-closed-texas-walmart-ahead-of-jade-helm-photos/

6 thoughts on “Military vehicles are being shipped to a closed Texas Walmart ahead of Jade Helm

  1. “What do you think? Is this the smoking gun proving the Walmart Jade Helm connection?”

    No. Three military vehicles on the back of a truck in a Walmart parking lot is NOT a smoking gun, and if this is a “closed” Walmart, why are there so many cars in the parking lot?

    The only thing this proves is that a driver went shopping on company time, and this is like showing a pile of shoes as “proof” of the holocaust.

    Why are military vehicles being transported on a private truck, and why only three of them? It looks to me like they’re privately owned.
    http://www.boyceequipment.com/
    http://ccsurplus.com/

    But of course, anytime a military vehicle is spotted anywhere near a Walmart, the Jade Helm-Walmart nuts will insist that it’s proof that “we’re all gonna DIE!!’

    1. You said exactly what I was thinking. That Wal-Mart didn’t look closed at all and there were only three stupid vehicles.

  2. In the words of Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert, “People who have grown leery of federal government overreach become suspicious of whether their big brother government anticipates certain states may start another civil war or be overtaken by foreign radical Islamist elements, which have been reported to be just across our border.

    Fears of a militarized police state, anxiety over lawless authorities, worries about privacy and personal property, a yawning gap between haves and have-nots. These grievances are fueled by what we know about police, the military, and the collapse of the line between them.
    http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2015/05/jade_helm_15_fear_of_military_and_police_conspiracy_theorists_ignore_true.html

  3. could have been purchased from a surplus military place ,Tons of them in Texas.. and this guy resells them .. I see it all the time .

    Also note: Rag tops.. no way these would be used in anything they feel is serious where there would be a threat of retaliation.. canvas doesnt provide any ballistic protection
    bought a Deuce and a Half that way years ago .. everyone could have thought Jade Helm was at my house

    hey it never hurts to talk to truck drivers , I was one, and usually they know the skinny on whats up with their load, and if he kept his mouth shut or gave some BS you’d than know the truth

  4. ‘If a cabal of fascists ever does suspend the Constitution, it probably won’t precede the coup by going around asking county governments for permission to bring soldiers into the area” Jesse Walker said.

    “We live at a time when the Pentagon distributes surplus military equipment to small-town police forces; when cops present themselves to the public as soldiers fighting a war; when officials respond to unrest in Ferguson and Baltimore with curfews and other illiberal, heavy-handed tactics. It’s not crazy to complain about militarization.”
    http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-walker-jade-helm-conspiracies-20150507-story.html

  5. The Livingston, TX Walmart is in fact closed. I drive through Livingston twice a week and know this for a fact. Most of the Livingston Walmart employees have been reassigned to other Walmarts in the area including the Cleveland, TX Walmart. Lastly, for,those of you who do not live in Texas or are not Texans, you cannot possibly understand Texas’ and Texan’s distrust of the federal government

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