Even after Thursday afternoon’s press conference, there’s still so much we don’t know about the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. A lot of liberals are bringing out the tired line that it’s easier to buy a gun than to … vote, or whatever. But guns also cost money, and the guns the Uvalde shooter had cost a lot of money. Fox News’ Bill Melugin, who Media Matters recently outed as a “far-right propagandist,” is still wondering how the shooter was able to afford that much hardware.

Good question.

From working at the Wendy’s drive-thru?

The Sun reports:

[Wendy’s co-worker Grace] Cruz exclusively told The US Sun that Ramos openly talked about how he was using the money from the job to buy guns and ammo and suddenly quit weeks before the school shooting after making enough.

It has been estimated that the teen would have spent around $4,000 on his weapons, ammunition and tactical-style vest.

One of the weapons the gunman bought was an $1,870 Daniel Defense weapon which he reportedly posted a receipt for on Yubo.

Cruz revealed to The US Sun that Ramos bragged to co-workers about what he intended to do with his work income.

“He told us he was saving up money for guns and ammo. We would ask him, ‘Why would you spend your money on that, spend it on a car or something useful,’” Cruz said, adding that Ramos quit after he had saved enough.

If he was saving up for guns and ammo, he must have been planning something well in advance.