While a recent shooting in Springfield, MO is still being investigated, it very much looks like the shooting could be related to coronavirus panic.
According to local reports, Joaquim S. Roman, 31, ran into a local Kum & Go and opened fire.
When the dust settled, three civilians and one police officer were dead.
Coronavirus Panic or Robbery Attempt?
Late Sunday night, reports went out on local scanners that a shooting was taking place.
Local reports stated that a man had driven right through the front of a Kum & Go and started to open fire.
Police were quick to respond, with both initial officers getting shot as they tried to subdue the shooter.
More officers soon showed up, pulling the wounded officers from the scene.
When they went inside, they found three additional victims of the shooter.
One of the officers, who has since been identified as Christopher Walsh, died at the hospital.
The shooter is believed to have turned the gun on himself, accounting for the fifth death.
The question here is whether or not this was just a random robbery/shooting or if this event was triggered by the panic the media is trying to create.
And the hysteria goes all the way to the Democrat presidential candidates.
I say this not as a Trump supporter, but as someone that simply expects that during a crisis such as this, nothing but the truth is stated.
Sunday night, Joe Biden stated that the WHO offered testing kits when the pandemic first hit and they were refused.
Today, during the coronavirus update, it was made known no coronavirus testing kits were ever refused.
The testing kits the WHO had available were general-purpose testing kits, so Biden blatantly lied… again.
This is dangerous because his statement got all the press and the correction surely will not.
We have presidential candidates who are lying to the American people on a grand scale simply to score points.
Their desire to regain power is so extreme they would rather create massive panic during a health crisis than simply admit this administration has gotten it right.
We can only hope voters see through their charade when it comes time to pull the handle on election day.