Minneapolis Police say they know who the mysterious “Umbrella Man” is, and the internet is erupting in anger at what’s been exposed. One right-wing extremist single-handedly tipped the scales from peaceful protest to burning and looting, right on cue, using only a hammer and some spray paint.
Umbrella Man was part of the plot
After deviously cooked up racial tensions simmered for two days, following the release of a video purporting to show the murder of George Floyd, the Deep State lit the fuse on their next planned strike. In order to spark “Helter Skelter,” whoever orders George Soros around needs a lot of help from the far right. Umbrella Man walked into the scene right on cue. We didn’t know it then but know now, he was both a Hell’s Angel and a member of the Aryan Cowboys. He was specially chosen for the Deep State hit job because of his background.
Carrying an umbrella guaranteed to get noticed, for it’s link to all the Resident Evil conspiracies, the masked 32-year-old “white supremacist,” garbed all in black, calmly sprayed “free sh*t for everyone zone” across some doors at a Minneapolis Autozone, in white paint. He then pulled out a hammer and started breaking windows. Acts meant to light a fuse worked like a dream. Soon the Autozone was in flames and the rest of the city followed, Night after night, lawlessness spread across the nation. It continues today.
Despite Umbrella Man’s successful operation, the left-wing plot wasn’t a complete success. The right flank is still standing on the sidelines and Helter Skelter fizzled into a dud. On their Wile E. Coyote drawing board, the New World Order expected the Three Percenters and the Militia groups to rush to the rescue like it was a barbecue at the Bundy Ranch. It didn’t happen. The children of darkness haven’t been having much luck with subsequent attempts to hold a far-right boogie-woogie, but more pieces of the evil puzzle are falling into place.
It set off a chain reaction
What’s left of the police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, are happy they were able to identify the Umbrella Man who “set off a chain reaction” that led to days of out of control anarchy. “This was the first fire that set off a string of fires and looting throughout the precinct and the rest of the city,” police arson investigator Erika Christensen wrote in her affidavit. The directly ensuing violence “left two people dead, and caused an estimated $500 million in property damage.”
Before “Umbrella man,” Christensen swears under oath, “the protests had been relatively peaceful. The actions of this person created an atmosphere of hostility and tension.” In her professional opinion, “this individual’s sole aim was to incite violence.” They won’t release his name but they know him well. He’s a “white supremacist associated with the biker gang Hell’s Angels.” He has “a record of criminal convictions for brawling, assault, terrorist threats and domestic abuse.” Meanwhile, Aryan Cowboys “is a known prison gang out of Minnesota and Kentucky.” The cops got an anonymous tip in their email last week.
Police connected the Umbrella Man to a separate incident in Stillwater, Minnesota, by a vest that he wore. Two men wearing “leather vests marked with insignia of the Aryan Cowboys, Hell’s Angels and Outlaw Motorcycle Gang” intimidated “a Muslim woman and her 4-year-old daughter at a restaurant.”