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Soldier Raises Serious Question: Where Did Texas Shooter Get Money To Buy Assault Rifle?


A recent video from a man that appears to be in the U.S. Army has raised a good question which is where did Salvador Ramos get money to buy an assault rifle?

The video originated from a TikTok account called @HDburningrubber, where the soldier describes the assault rifle, handgun, attachments, and ammunition’s total cost.

The soldier concluded that the total cost for all of Salvador Ramos’ weapons and ammunition cost a grand total of over $9,000.

Watch the video for yourself here:

Salvador Ramos didn’t have a job for weeks leading up to the shooting.

Users on Twitter are also wondering how Ramos bought the guns too:

The Daily Mail reported that the shooter previously worked at Wendy’s:

The teenage gunman who killed 19 young children at a Texas elementary school worked at Wendy’s to save up $4,000 to purchase the guns he used in the massacre.

A former co-worker of Salvador Ramos, 18, described the school shooter as a ‘rude, creepy and scruffy’ guy who she would keep her distance from because he felt unsafe.

Grace Cruz, also 18, told The Sun she worked with the ‘demented’ teen at the fast-food chain restaurant in Uvalde, Texas, located just minutes from Robb Elementary School – the site of his mass shooting.

She claimed Ramos openly talked about using the money he earned at Wendy’s to purchase guns and ammo, adding that he ‘suddenly quit’ weeks before Tuesday’s shooting.

Did Ramos buy his guns from a Wendy’s salary alone or was there someone else who helped the demented shooter?


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