Military Vehicles Staging Behind Midland Texas Wal-Mart As Choppers Fill Skies - Are 'Blacked-Out' FEMA Buildings Being Built In Kentucky?
With this Jade Helm 15 'conspiracy theory' story slamming the Houston Chronicle and the state of Texas clearly in the bullseye of it all, the brand new 1st video below from DAHBOO77 from the Wal-Mart store in Midland, Texas shows what appears to be the staging of military vehicles behind the Wal-Mart while an All News Pipeline reader has sent us the at the bottom of the story of a private security contractor called 'Central Defense Security' which, coincidentally or not, was also hanging out at the same Midland, Texas Wal-Mart.
The and pictures below are from sources of the same Wal-Mart and both of them depict what might be considered 'unusual activity' considering the buildup now taking place in Texas and across much of America for Jade Helm 15 and what many people feel will eventually lead to the inevitable of martial law that will necessarily come along with the replacement of the US dollar as the world's reserve currency, leaving the US a 3rd world country.
This 2nd is another one from Dahboo77 giving us more undeniable proof about a HUGE military vehicle buildup taking place across the country now. This video also contains footage of what are called mysterious 'blacked out' FEMA buildings that are now being built up in Kentucky although All News Pipeline has come across evidence thatshows these buildings are not tied to FEMA at all and are in fact part of a distillery. We thank our readers who live in that area for straight and though we're told that a FEMA sign was on the front fence surrounding this, they share no video or pictorial evidence of such a sign.
The first two photographs below are of the Dahboo77 video above showing military vehicles sitting on a truck behind the Midland, Texas Wal-Mart. Are those vehicles there in preparation of Jade Helm 15?
The photographs at the bottom were sent to All News Pipeline by a concerned reader and taken at the same Midland, Texas Wal-Mart. Is this just a company doing security for Wal-Mart or something else entirely? It's been pointed out that their design emblem seems to play to a certain 'theme'.