Over the last few months, we have been reporting on the mysterious closings of five Walmarts across the country.
2,200 Walmart employees at five stores in different cities were laid off last Tuesday and given just a few hours notice. Walmart claimed that the stores had to be closed due to plumbing issues, but many pointed out that they hadn’t even filed for permits to fix these mysterious “problems.”
In fact, it was just revealed that it took Walmart a month to file for the necessary permits to fix their “plumbing issues.” You would think they would file that BEFORE they fired over 2,200 people…
This is yet more evidence that Walmart actually closed the stores for a very different reason. Many have speculated that the stores were closed as part of Operation Jade Helm, a training exercise set to take place this summer in Texas in which soldiers will infiltrate the American public to see if they can conduct a series of tasks unnoticed.
Pictures show MRAP tanks on the I-15 freeway headed towards Corona, California, where one of the closed Walmarts is located. The tanks are driving down the highway in broad daylight, as if they don’t have a care in the world and know that nobody can stop them.
Another photo shows two Turkish Air Force pilots dressed in their full gear inside a San Antonio Walmart. Texan Nehemia Gordon posted the picture to Facebook along with the sarcastic caption “Walmart in UN-Occupied San Antonio.”
Others have speculated that the Walmarts were closed due to the labor activism in one of the stores. One of the shut down Walmarts in California was the first Walmart store to ever go on a labor strike. Some, including the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, have said that the four other closings were done as a cover for shutting down this store.
“Walmart has targeted this store because the associates have been among the most active associates around the country to improve working conditions,” the union claim stated, according to Infowars.
What do you think is the truth behind the Walmart closings? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.