Police Make Horrifying Discovery At Dallas Shooter’s Home – This Changes Everything…

Americans everywhere are in mourning after the devastating shooting in Dallas on Thursday night that left five police officers dead at the hands of a radical Black Lives Matter protester. Now, authorities have made a disturbing discovery at the home of shooter Micah Xavier Johnson.

Johnson is an unfortunate product of the racial division in our country that has been perpetrated by Barack Hussein Obama. The blood of the fallen officers is partly on his hands.

During a search of Micah Xavier Johnson’s home, detectives found bomb making materials, ballistic vests, rifles, ammunition, and a personal journal of combat tactics, the Dallas Police Department reported late Friday.

As the law enforcement community reeled from its deadliest day since 9/11, a troubling portrait emerged of  Johnson, 25, who was blown up by a police robot early Friday morning. One friend who served in his platoon during a tour in Afghanistan said Johnson changed after he came home.

“When he came back from Afghanistan, he got in touch with some bad folks and went all Black Panther,” the man, who asked not to be identified, told  

Johnson, who is believed to be from the Dallas suburb of Mesquite, confirmed his racial rage to police as he was holed up in the El Centro College parking garage in downtown Dallas.

“The suspect said he was upset about Black Lives Matter,” Dallas Police Chief David Brown said Friday morning. “He was upset about recent police shootings. He was upset with white people.

“He wanted to kill white people, especially white police officers,” Brown added. “The suspect said he was upset at white people.”

Although a group calling itself the Black Power Political Organization claimed on its Facebook page that it was behind the attack, and that “more assassinations are coming,” Brown said Johnson told police he was “not affiliated” with any group.

Still, Johnson, who wore a dashiki and held a fist aloft on his Facebook page, had a temper and owned “a lot of guns,” according to the friend.  

According to a senior U.S. defense official, Johnson enlisted in the U.S. Army reserves in 2009 and rose to the rank of private first class. He had one deployment to Afghanistan from November, 2013 to July of 2014. Upon returning, he remained an inactive reserve until May, 2015, when he was honorably discharged.

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