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Aaron Bushnell, the self-described “anarchist” and US airman who stupidly set himself on fire over the Palestinian scuffle, half a world away, continues to be a topic of discussion well after his flames died out. More details are emerging about this mentally disturbed individual, who, while engulfed in flames,  shouted, “Free Palestine.” Reports are now shedding light on his background, revealing that he wasn’t just some impromptu Antifa sympathizer. In fact, he had been part of US Intelligence and held a security clearance.

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It seems there’s a lot more to this story than we were originally told.

Hindustan Times:

Aaron Bushnell, US Air Force airman reportedly shared secret knowledge of US troops fighting in Hamas tunnels in Gaza, just hours ahead of his death. These were claims made by his friend who spoke to him a day before he killed himself.

On Sunday morning, 25-year-old airman who served in the Air Force’s 70th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Wing, set himself on fire outside the Israeli Embassy over US stand on Gaza crisis. He later succumbed to his injuries.

Aaron ranted that he had “top-secret clearance” for military intelligence data in a call to his friend on Saturday night, The Post reported. “He told me on Saturday that we have troops in those tunnels, that it’s US soldiers participating in the killings,’’ the friend claimed.

The friend went on to suggest that Aaron had stated US had troops on the ground, who were killing large numbers of Palestinians. The friend believes these claims may be true as Aaron’s job was to process intelligence data and some of that was linked to Gaza conflict. “One of the things he told me is that coming across his desk … was the US military was involved in the genocides going on in Palestine,’’ an unnamed friend was quoted by The Post.

According to the friend, Aaron shared the classified information with him, the friend also said he sounded “scared.” The Hindustan Times piece goes on:

Aaron’s friend whose name was not revealed claimed that Aaron had a security clearance for four years now, and this is the first time he gave out information that he shouldn’t have.

“Suicide is not something Aaron would do,” his friend felt after asserting that they had discussed what Bushnell said he had uncovered about the war.

As 25-year-old serving airman Aaron was outwardly present a calm, cool and collected person you will ever know. The friend, said he was frustrated with constantly toeing the military line.

In addition, Mr. Bushnell’s social media (that’s now been scrubbed) showed he was a radical left-wing extremist, who would actually mock the deaths of his fellow servicemen.

This mentally ill man with a security clearance was also linked to a group of radical Antifa domestic terrorists.

Man burns himself alive for Palestine and liberals still hate him for being white…

It appears that the issue within the US military isn’t so much about right-wing extremism as it is about radical Antifa influences and serious mental health concerns that are being minimized and ignored by both the media and government. There’s a growing concern that efforts are underway to reshape our military into an extension of these radical elements, all while pushing the bald-faced lie that Trump supporters are a “threat” to “democracy.”