Wednesday, April 29, 2015

For the last few weeks, 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 have questioned this explanation since all the stores were located in different parts of the country.

According to Infowars, a Walmart in Baltimore is refusing to sell ammo to civilians who are desperately trying to protect themselves from the riots. This ensures that government personnel are the only ones who have access to guns.

This was revealed by Wall Street Journal reporter Charles C. Johnson, whose cousin was turned away by a Baltimore riot when he tried to buy ammo.

“No ammo on the shelves. This is at a store 30 minutes from downtown,” the cousin told Johnson. “If you couldn’t specifically ask for what you wanted they refused to sell it to you.”

However, another customer was later seen asking the Walmart workers for a specific type of ammo. He too was turned away.

“I don’t see any ammo on the shelves,” said the customer, to which the Walmart employee responded, “Exactly.”

While some would say that Walmart is ensuring that the rioters do not have guns, many of them are already equipped with weapons. Instead, this ensures that civilians and business owners will not be able to protect themselves.

This has raised the suspicions that Walmart is helping the government in their quest to enact martial law. Some have accused Walmart of closing the stores so that they can be used for Operation Jade Helm, which is a military exercise scheduled to take place this summer in which military personnel will operate covertly among the American public.

What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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