False Flag Attacks doesn't mean it's fake and people don't die. The sick truth is a False Flag means people are setup to die for a political agenda.
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There is certainly no shortage of both facts and theories surrounding the horrific shooting in Las Vegas this past Sunday.
So, what do we know so far? We know that 59 people are dead and more than 500 have been injured when gunfire erupted on a country music festival where 22,000 people were enjoying the festivities. That seems to be all that we can agree on at this point. Multiple eyewitness accounts, various cell phone videos, and conflicting media reports are a veritable breeding ground for a multitude of conspiracy theories that have not only popped up all over the internet, but are now thriving. So, what is true and what isn't?
Stephen Paddock is the man being blamed for this horrific shooting. But did he really do this? If he did, did he act alone? ISIS has claimed credit for this attack, saying Paddock was a recent convert and acted on behalf of them. But is this true? Until fairly recently, it would have been highly unusual for ISIS to completely make up a claim like this. There’s a false stereotype that ISIS and other similar jihadi groups claim credit for just any attack they choose. In fact, ISIS is normally fairly reliable about things like this because if they constantly made claims that could easily be disproven, it would undermine the group’s credibility with its many worldwide supporters. Recently, however, ISIS has taken credit for attacks that they had nothing to do with, so that throws some possible doubt on the claims that ISIS is making. Was Stephen a recent convert to Islam? If he was, he never told anybody and he never spoke of waging jihad. As of this writing, there is no proof that he was a member of any mosque and Paddock's brother said Paddock "had no religious affiliation."
It was initially reported that Paddock was in possession of Antifa literature, creating speculation that he was a member of the domestic terror group Antifa and his goal was to kill as many "redneck Trump supporters" as possible. If you believe the typical stereotype, most country music lovers are Republicans and most Republicans are Trump supporters. So in theory, it was speculated that Paddock wanted to kill as many Trump supporters as possible, and what better place to find them than at a country music festival? But what proof do we have of this? Paddock was videoed at an anti-Trump protest (Facebook has since removed this video) and was following quite a few far left and anti-Trump Facebook pages, despite his brother stating that Paddock "had no politician affiliation". No photographs of the supposed Antifa literature have surfaced, yet a leaked photograph of the suspect with a bullet in his head has made its rounds across Facebook. So where is this Antifa literature?
The police and media are telling us that Paddock acted alone. But did he? Multiple eyewitnesses have reported seeing more than one gunman and a few of them tweeted that as the situation was still ongoing. But what did they really see? Eyewitness accounts are notoriously unreliable in highly stressful situations like this, but we do have quite a bit of cell phone footage that could possibly confirm these eyewitness accounts. The most interesting video comes from a cab driver who started filming as soon as she realized she was listening to rapid fire gunshots. In the video, you can clearly hear the sound of rapid gunfire emanating from varying distances and locations, which is a common military tactic to confuse the enemy and make it harder to pinpoint the shooter's exact location. So was there more than one shooter? If there was, why are we being told there was only one lone gunman?
We know Paddock was a licensed pilot who owned two airplanes, as well as multiple real estate listings in various states across the country. He was also a known gambler and held both fishing and hunting licenses. He believed private citizens had a right to own a firearm, but according to his brother, Paddock was "not a gun guy". So where (and why) did a "not a gun guy" acquire so many guns? And what would cause a seemingly normal man to just snap one day and commit the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history? Several pounds of ammonium nitrate, a material used to make explosives, were also found in Paddock's car. Was he planning on making a bomb?
Other theories that are circulating (some seem quite far-fetched and some seem rather plausible) are as follows:
* Paddock was running guns. With a pilot's license and his own aircraft, he could have been illegally running guns under the radar. Some theories even say Paddock was an undercover FBI agent who was running a "Fast and Furious" style scheme and simply became expendable. Dead men tell no tales.
* Paddock rented that hotel room in Vegas for his own personal, private use but ended up being taken hostage by ISIS, (or some other nefarious group) who took over the hotel room and committed the mass shooting. Before leaving, they killed Paddock.
* Paddock was a pedophile and somebody was blackmailing him. He committed this mass shooting as as part of some deal he made with his blackmailer. This is one of the more far fetched theories being circulated and no proof has been submitted to substantiate this particular claim. Nonetheless, it's still floating around out there.
* Paddock was simply a patsy for the Deep State. It's no secret that those on the Left have been pushing for stricter gun control legislation and many are speculating that this shooting is a false flag in order to further push their gun control agenda. Hillary Clinton, as well as several lawmakers, began calling for more gun control while the bodies in Vegas were still warm. An armed population is harder to control than an unarmed population and the elite's goal of a New World Order would be harder to implement if the armed population decided to resist.
Leaked crime scene photos (police are still investigating who leaked these) show Paddock lying on the floor after apparently shooting himself in the head with a hand gun. However, many raise the questions why he would sit on the floor and not in a chair, and why there is a rifle lying over his leg. Why is the leg underneath it? Why are there clips with ammo left? Why didn't he use all the ammo, only to save the last bullet for himself? He had the time, as police reported that they found him already dead when they arrived to the hotel room.
So what would cause a multimillionaire to suddenly snap and open fire on a crowd of 22,000 people? How would a man, who had no military or law enforcement background, get a hold of weapons that only military and law enforcement are allowed to own? How could one man without any military or law enforcement background
single–handedly shoot so many rounds in such a short amount of time as being reported (by the mainstream media). There are so many "what ifs" here that we may never know the truth.
Paddock's family are dumbfounded and they are not alone.
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