What the heck is going on with Walmart?

Hello my friend and welcome back!  Something I need to share with you is about the tunnels that have been rumored to exist,  that run underground for hundreds of miles and are connected with Wal-Mart in some way.   A very close personal friend of mine that I trust 100% has recently confirmed to me that the tunnels do in fact exist and he was recently inside one.  He was also amazed when the tunnel he was in came out underneath a Wal-Mart Distribution Center.  Now let me also add that this person is not a Prepper and was completely blown away by what he had seen.  Just in case you are not aware of what is going on, then let me refresh your memory with today’s Video Monday’s video from LOGICBEFOREAUTHORIT.   Pleas check out their YouTube Chanel when you have the chance.  I hope you enjoy today’s videos!  Until next time, stay safe, stay strong and stay prepared.  God bless America

-The Sargent-

The Sgt.

Prepper, Patriot, and Proud U.S. ARMY Veteran.

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4 Responses

  1. Old Iron says:

    I am calling bs where is all the dirt from that much digging I drive truck OTR as a owner operator and at no time in 35 years have l heard about large amounts of steel and concrete being moved. Those machines need at least train’s as in more then 1 to move them into the assembly point. No this is just stress induced hysteria.

    • The Sargent says:

      Most of these tunnels were built during the cold war which would explain why you are not seeing any large amounts of dirt/steel moving on the roads today. As to whether or not they exist, I know for a fact that they do. Whether or not you choose to believe it is up to you. 🙂
      -The Sargent-

  2. Jerry says:

    I really like your site, but being a soldier myself, your spelling is incorrect. The correct spelling is SERGEANT. That is the correct spelling for an NCO of that rank. I know Sarge is usually slang for that, but the rank is as stated.
    Nothing personal, so please do not take offense.

    • The Sargent says:

      Jerry, You are absolutely correct about the spelling and believe me when I say I get the question all the time. Some people are down right ugly about it even. I take no offense to your remarks at all as I know it may seem to some that it is misspelled. Let me explain: I chose this particular spelling for a reason and thought long and hard before I decided to use it. As a Sergeant in the US Army, I wore the title proudly and still have the greatest respect for those who still serve. Because I am no longer active duty nor did I retire from the Military, I feel I no longer have the right to use that particular spelling of the word. It is exactly for that reason that I chose a spelling that while it is close to the original, is still not the same. That spelling of the name is reserved for active duty and should not be available to anyone but them. While I was a Sergeant in the Military, I am now The Sargent and I use this spelling proudly. I hope this answers your question. 🙂