The more “facts” emerge from “the worst mass shooting in American history,” the more bizarre and unbelievable the official narrative becomes. Literally, nothing adds up.
Sitora Yusufiy, who was married to Mateen in 2009 for three months, made the shocking claim on Brazilian television station SBT Brazil.
Her fiancé, Marco Dias, speaking in Portuguese on her behalf, said Yusufiy believed that Mateen had “gay tendencies” and that his father had called him gay in front of her. Dias also claimed “the FBI asked her not to tell this to the American media.”
First, we’re told the shooter is a radical islamist who only pledged allegiance to ISIS, not on several occasions while conspicuously frequenting the gay club and hitting on gay men, but while stopping to make a phone call to authorities, in the midst of this record breaking killing spree.
If that wasn’t bizarre enough, we’re told his ex-wife drove him to the scene of the crime the day before, after helping him buy ammo(!), knowing full well what he planned, but tried to dissuade him from going ahead with it.
Now, breaking even further away from the narrative (and reality, at the same time), the worst tabloid paper in America runs a ‘Bombshell’ headline that the shooter is gay, meanwhile tells us in a footnote that the FBI told his ex-wife – the mother of the shooter’s child – not to tell American media (!).
This is the same FBI that is “not sure” they will press charges against the ex-wife (who helped him buy ammo and drove him to the scene of the crime).
Reads like a script from James Bond.
The tabloid (which also happens to be a zionist rag) goes on to report that even eyewitnesses are not impressed with suggestions that Mateen’s double life as a gay radical islamist led to the massacre:
They also shot down claims that Mateen had snapped after seeing two men kissing each other in public.
“That’s bullcrap, right there. No offense. That’s straight-up crap. He’s been around us,” Smith said. “Some of those people did a little more than (kiss) outside the bar … He was partying with the people who supposedly drove him to do this?”
Kevin West, another regular at Pulse, told the Los Angeles Times that Mateen used gay dating apps on a regular basis and even messaged him on a gay dating app, Jack’d.
He even saw Mateen an hour before the shooting.
“He walked directly past me. I said, ‘Hey,’ and he turned and said, ‘Hey,’ ” and nodded his head, recalled West. “I could tell by the eyes [it was him].”
To wrap it up folks, America’s worst mass shooter says “hey” an hour before committing the crime.
So there you have it, the official narrative is about as coherent as a falafel sandwich on rye.