The timing is impeccable.
Can anyone say “false flag straw man”? Is this guy’s whole existence some kind of weird, ridiculous psyop?
A new video has been uploaded to YouTube post mortem of Jerad Miller, the ‘right wing anti-government crazed conspiracy theorist neo-Nazi white supremacist’ who, along with his wife, reportedly shot and killed two cops and a civilian before he was killed by a Las Vegas police officer on Sunday (although the story keeps changing because first reports said that he shot himself after a civilian with a concealed carry shot him, then it changed to his wife shot the civilian with the concealed carry before that man could shoot Jerad, then when cops were closing in she shot her own husband multiple times before shooting herself in the head…but the story keeps changing so much so fast, who really knows “the truth” anyway…).
Now this new “manifesto” video, the version below of which was uploaded June 9, 2014 to the YouTube account now named Jerad Miller, shows Mr. Miller decked out like actor Heath Ledger’s eerie portrayal of the Batman character The Joker from 2008’s The Dark Knight — a character that it has already been pointed out keeps showing up again and again in several of the highly publicized mass shootings as of late. (Coincidence?)
(Note, that YouTube channel only just recently changed names to “Jerad Miller,” as the channel, created February 11, 2013, used to be called “Chuck Norris” according to a cached page. Linked screen cap below. H/T Mikael Thalen.)
(Also note the time stamp. The name changed happened sometime June 10, 2014.)
In the video, Miller is pretending to run for president to create a “one world order”.
No point in going to great lengths to explain what most people who follow the alternative media already know — that if Mr. Miller really believed in the patriot movement as he seemed to assert in his other social media postings, he would never have done the evil things he allegedly did, nor would he even make this incredibly ridiculous video.
According to Inside Edition, the video of Jerad Miller “spewing conspiracy theories” was a video referred to as his channel (and not Chuck Norris’) filmed in 2012, though the outlet does not say how they received (or vetted) any of that information:
In his video, Jerad Miller spouts conspiracy theories about concentration camps in the U.S. and the government taking guns from citizens.
“This U.N. gun treaty would take away all your guns,” he said in the video.
HLN’s Nancy Grace told INSIDE EDITION, “I don’t think he was crazy. Not at all. He knew what he was doing. He was a right wing anti-government freak.”
Miller said in the video, “I want to be the war monger, not just some every day terrorist, domestic terrorist. I want to blow (blank) up. I want to blow up the whole country, the whole nation. I want to make everybody submit to the one world order governance under my rule!”
In fact, Inside Edition did not explain where the video came from at all or why it would just now be released instead of when it was originally filmed.
The channel has since released another seemingly random video titled, “Las Vegas Cop Killer Jerad Miller’s Final Moments” which seemed like it could have been filmed whenever.
While all these videos are being released one after the after, has anyone bothered to explain why the Walmart security footage hasn’t been? Everyone knows that store chain usually keeps at least 16 cameras trained on the freaking parking lot alone…
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