Military Operations Monday, Ep. 2: "Operation Walmart"

Tinfoil Hat Jade Helm Conspiracy Theorists, errr, Analysts, see Military Vehicle Build Up, FEMA trucks, and outdoor prisons at abandoned Walmarts and wonder... "WTF is going on in this country?"


Promo Code: Jimychanga

Source video here:

Bullshit obligatory disclaimer: Sage Hana Productions neither endorses nor opposes any implied or explicitly stated conspiracy theories that Putin instructed me to, errr…this Rumble video is based upon.

Hey, remember the ‘80s 2015, when the krazy konspiracy theories revolved around military takeovers of the United States WITHOUT released bioweapons and dangerous worker mandated herd culling drugs?

Good times, good times.

Welp. Here we are in 2022, now.

And Operation Walmart is another one of those too krazy to be true type deals like say…dunno, that the US Bioweapons Lab in Kansas may have killed a bunch of cows and stuff.

I stress may!

Let’s unpack a bit.

Jade Helm Exercises

In response to the 2015 US Special Operations Command Jade Helm training exercises carried out across multiple states including Texas, (deemed “Hostile” on the exercise map), many felt like this was more predictive programming stuff.

Note that 😹 Arizona is “leaning friendly”, per the chart. Good Lord.

Special Ops exercises run with maps denoting hostile US territories are suspiciously similar to the yet to come Event 201 “preparing” for a worldwide pandemic.

Also this map reminds me a bit of the 2021 Munich Security Conference “monkeypox exercise” map…that strangely predicted our current monkeypox “state of emergency” almost to the day!

These guys are freaking relentless. 😮

I’m not even mad. Frankly, I’m just amazed.

Texas Tribune went full, “Russia, Russia, Russia!” in response to the Jade Helm conspiracy “hysteria”.

Note the always reliable source, “former CIA director (Michael Hayden)”.

A former director of the CIA and NSA said Wednesday that hysteria in Texas over a 2015 U.S. military training exercise called Jade Helm was fueled by Russians wanting to dominate “the information space,” and that Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's decision to send the Texas State Guard to monitor the operation gave them proof of the power of such misinformation campaigns. 

Michael Hayden, speaking on MSNBC’s Morning Joe podcast, chalked up peoples’ fear over Jade Helm 15 to “Russian bots and the American alt-right media [that] convinced many Texans [Jade Helm] was an Obama plan to round up political dissidents.”

So, there you go.

Get a grip, Weirdos. Hayden says all is well, and this is just more of that Russian interference.

The Russia stuff never gets old!

More from the Tribune:

Jade Helm 15 was a planned military training exercise that became a fascination of conspiracy theorists before it even began. The exercise, which spanned several states, began in Texas in Bastrop County in 2015 and was described by federal officials as routine. But some conspiracy theorists speculated that the exercise was a covert effort to institute martial law. Hayden was not CIA director at this time.

Weeks before the exercise began, Abbott wrote a letter to the State Guard asking them to keep an eye on the operation so “Texans know their safety, constitutional rights, private property rights and civil liberties will not be infringed.” In the letter, Abbott added that he had "the utmost respect for the deep patriotism of the brave men and women who put their lives on the line to fight for and defend our freedom."

Yet the move prompted significant criticism. Democrats questioned whether Abbott really trusted the military. Even some Republicans — including former Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst — spoke out in support of the exercise. Former state Rep. Todd Smith accused Abbott of "pandering to idiots." 

“I think it’s okay to question your government — I do it on a pretty regular basis," former Gov. Rick Perry, who is now U.S. Energy Secretary, told reporters at the time. "The military's something else."

Meanwhile Spookipedia also confirms that Jade Helm military operations were for overseas combat, not here, dummies.

Tinfoil Hat Conspiracy Theory fake news stuff.


That’s good enough for me.

Buy me a Kofi!


I’m simply an analyst looking at some abandoned Walmarts with plumbing problems and stuff.

::gets distracted::

“What’s that, Vlad? No, the vanilla blend is behind the…right…behind the spaghetti sauce. Good. Vlad, I’m writing a post, can this wait? I don’t have time to show you how to use the coffeemaker every single day. Dammit, Putin!”

Guys, I gotta go right now. Sorry.

Enjoy the content. I’m having spaghetti today. With Jack Link’s. Side of broccoli. Don’t judge. This is a delicious meal, and a staple in my arsenal.

::Three black Suburbans pull up::