2016, complains to law enforcement in Illinois that Taylor Swift is stalking him. July, 2017, he was arrested and released for being in a prohibited area near the White House. In August, after federal investigation, they took away his right to own guns in Illinois. One of the guns in question was apparently the AR-15 Travis Reinking used in the fatal shooting at a Waffle House in Antioch, a suburb of Nashville, Tennessee.
2018… the Waffle House incident. Exactly what is going on in the mind of Travis Reinking? The young man who is the suspect in the naked Waffle House shooting incident that has left four dead is obviously disturbed, but you don't have to wade far into the tinfoil territories online to find suspicion that Reinking could have been a Manchurian candidate.
Of course, this is a common complaint regarding many mass shooters as of late. For instance, Paddock, the Las Vegas shooting suspect was considered a possible MK-Ultra victim and those who believe in predictive programming might put something to the fact that as the massacre occurred, the final episode of Rick and Morty's season 4 (Rickchurian Mortydate) in which Rick is tired of working for the president and a bloodbath ensues.
Like Nikolas Cruz, he had been previously <a href="http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/ct-waffle-house-shooting-nashville-20180422-story.html">investigated by the FBI</a> (who were evidently too busy talking to porn stars to care about future mass shooters). After being investigated (and cleared) by the FBI his guns were confiscated and remanded to his father who admits he gave them back to his son. This is after accusing his family of being involved in Taylor Swift's attempts to hack his phone. Much like Cruz again, there were multiple run-ins that paint a picture of an obviously disturbed individual. Another report from Illinois has Reinking jumping into a community pool wearing a woman's pink overcoat and his underwear. Investigators at the scene had reason to believe he had an AR-15 in his trunk at the time. No charges were filed at this time.
Perhaps another reasons the "mind control" claims are in full force have to do with the fact that the suspect is being painted as a "far right extremist conspiracy theorist." He evidently subscribed to the "Sovereign Citizen" theory that holds that citizens are "incorporated" and bound as wage slaves via their social security numbers. It doesn't hurt that his very last Facebook post was "The Illuminati is real" either.
Chances are, this event will be used as fodder to fuel the idea that doubting the mainstream is literally dangerous to society.