By Phillip Marlowe
I still can’t get my head around this Las Vegas “massacre” thing, the least of which all those poor people on the ground getting shot up like crazy (most of them were White people). They really had no idea of what was happening. That’s the thing about any kind of high powered rifle fire — it can come from way the hell off and the target can be clueless — until it’s too late.
One of the things about the coverage of the Las Vegas “massacre” is the media talking about a brave security guard with a Hispanic name who pinpointed the supposed killer’s room and when he approached it, the killer unleashed a fusillade of 200 rounds. 200 hundred rounds? Yep, that’s what they say.
After all this wild shooting, no one staying elsewhere on the floor was hit? The security guard was only hit in the leg, but somehow bravely helped responding SWAT officers clear other rooms of guests before one of the cops insisted he go get medical attention. Where’s this guy’s picture everywhere? So how come they haven’t trotted him out all over TV, being a sacred peep of color and all that jazz?
Or for that matter, where’s any surveillance footage of Paddock hauling in tons of guns and ammo up to his room? Surely there’s something, right?
I knew about this “bump stock” device back when it first came out, unlike all the liberal fools on TV. Yeah, I immediately thought why the hell did the ATF allow it to be sold? What idiot bureaucrat made that decision, huh? I never wanted to buy it, just because it seemed kind of Rube Goldberg (how appropriate a term). I remember thinking that maybe some nutcase was going to use it for mayhem eventually.
Another thing, there’s perfectly reasonable suspicions that this guy — if he did it by himself — targeted those people because of Trump and White conservative voters, like the retardican Congressmen Steve Scalise baseball practice shootings back in June. Where’s the media talking over that possibility? I only saw one talking head even allude to it briefly and the anchor never followed up. My guess is they’ve been expressly told not to get into it. Curious.
But was it a false flag? People will think saying that means all those folks at that concert did NOT get shot — it was all “crisis actors” and holograms. That’s clearly a red herring. Of course those people did get shot. But false flags can easily be accomplished just by doing the deed themselves and pinning it on someone else. They could have found out Paddock was a nutcase who had a lot of guns, so they set him up and put a slug into his pie hole right before they slipped out the back way.
Two guys could easily have done all this, with a support team nearby, very possibly on the same floor. At this point, all they would have to do is look like your standard Las Vegas visitors as they blended into the screaming Goyim crowds.
Remember there was an adjoining room that SWAT had to blow the door open much, much later. The first door to the hallway wasn’t breached for 72 lousy minutes after the shooting first began (this is the one where you see the food cart out in the hallway with a camera and an AR style rifle on a bipod conveniently seen right inside the door). “They” were already long gone by the time of this first breach, certainly after the security guard got hit in the leg by the supposed 200 round fusillade from inside the room (I don’t believe it was anywhere near that number).
Stephen Paddock was already long dead, executed with a bullet in the mouth, probably during all the shooting out the windows. Interestingly, the photo of him dead (below) shows expended rifle rounds sitting on top of his blood (which is possible with blood flow, I will admit). Plus, a tattoo on his neck of a “13” or some sort of scar tissue is now gone. We don’t really know if it was Paddock or some patsy look-alike found elsewhere brought up by a sinister room service.
My guess is that the seemingly now missing security guard witnessed something “they” don’t want the regular American to hear — maybe he even saw shadowy figures exiting down the hall? Funny how the media neglects to talk about him in any real detail, other than saying his Hispanic name, Jesus Campos. Curious.
The note on the table was first thought to be a suicide note, but they’ve recently said it was the computational figures he used for calculating his fire — which is ridiculous since he easily could have done it in his head. 400 yards means X number of inches in bullet drop. With a bump stock spraying bullets willy-nilly at a massed crowd, even less of a factor. He would have known that.
Now I fully admit I’m speculating here, but I have yet to see one piece of evidence definitely proving this guy did it all by his lonesome. Even the wire transfer of money to his Filipino whore chick in the Philippines doesn’t prove it to me. We already know he was dicking around with another broad and really did want to dump the Flip like she thought. Sure, the mystery woman could have been a common Vegas street walker he met later on, but we don’t know that, do we? In fact, this person could provide the link to the real culprits.
This unknown woman could be the original “honeypot” used to get Paddock where they wanted him. Maybe her and the MOSSAD operation manager were in a room just down the hall, waiting for the two shooters to join them? One minute she looked like a hot babe, the next an old Jewess babushka from Brooklyn. Very easy to do.
Note they have been reports of gunfire shattering the front door glass of the Bellagio when it happened, forcing the hotel to go into lockdown (a video exists of all this). If true, this is extremely important fact since the front doors do not face the Mandalay Bay hotel and are over a mile away with another tall hotel in between. What happened here?
Maybe something went wrong at this location? These kinds of things are never perfect.
Whether I got anything right, we may never know. Our media is hopelessly compromised by the same power nexus that could have done it.