6 Things That Just Don’t Add Up About The Las Vegas Shooting

By October 5, 2017 Rabbit Hole

We have all by this point heard about or even seen videos of the terror that was and still is the Las Vegas shooting. Our hearts go out to those who lost their lives or were injured during this terrible ordeal.

This deadly mass murder incident has been described as a ‘lone wolf’ shooting. It is said that a man named Stephen Paddock pretty much got a room at the Mandalay Bay hotel, smuggled in lots of guns, then shot down a large number of people and injured hundreds through his hotel room window. After all of this he, of course, shot himself before the police got to him. While the story is supposed to be clean cut, there are a lot of things that just don’t seem to add up.

If you have not yet noticed our government tends to stage lots of events as a means of convincing the public to pass laws or accept war. While these events are real and do happen, they are not quite what they seem. Are you questioning as much as you should be?

6 Things that Just Don’t Add Up About The Las Vegas Shooting:

1. Paddock was obsessed with gambling even on the night of the shooting.

Paddock was a gambling fanatic and was even noticed gambling on the night of the shooting. While it was possible that he was gambling as a means of blending in, he did do something out of the ordinary. He used his girlfriend’s slot machine card. While you may not think of this as a red flag, lots of people do. Why would he be wasting time gambling when he was preparing for something so catastrophic?

According to the Nevada Independent:

Her slot-machine card, which is used to rack up bonuses and other benefits through play, was found in Paddock’s suite

2. Why hasn’t the surveillance footage from inside Mandalay Bay been released?

Generally, by this time, footage or at least a photo would have been released to the press of the mass shooter either entering the hotel or doing something within the area. Yet, nothing has been released even now. While there have been a few photos come out of his weapons and so forth nothing in regards to surveillance has been made public.

3. No one thought his amount of luggage was suspicious?

Paddock easily had to of had 10 or more suitcases to carry all of his weaponry. Yet, somehow not even housekeeping noticed anything out of the ordinary? Security at the Mandalay Bay

is most likely quite extensive even on a normal day and no one noticed anything at all?

Perhaps I am picking this one apart too much but something smells fishy. Would you have found it strange someone had so many likely heavy bags? Some people argue he had plenty of time to bring the firearms up as he had been there for a number of days but since no surveillance footage has been released we are still unsure of this.

4. There was a mystery woman warning people of their deaths less than an hour before the shooting.

If you don’t believe me listen for yourself. This frantic eyewitness has no reason to lie. While she managed to get out, others were not so lucky.

5. Paddock did not behave like your average mass murderer.

Stephen was an accountant who had everything he could have ever wanted. He made lots of money and was living in a retirement home worth around a half of a million dollars. Why would he do this? Could it be he happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, or is there more to the story that we may never know?

“No history of anything, couldn’t give a shit less about politics, religions, pointy-hatted people etc etc. He just wanted to get a freaking royal flush.”

 

6. Dozens of concert-goers reported the presence of multiple shooters.

This is something that I doubt will ever be completely explained. While some people pass this off as echoes and ricochets some are not quite so easily convinced. Everything about this situation screams suspicious. It, of course, makes things a lot more convenient for the government if it was only carried out by one person. As a matter of fact, lots of people are even going so far as to mention police scanners have noted more than one shooter.

These, of course, are not the only things that make this whole ordeal stand out like a sore thumb. You could also take into account the exits being blocked, why did he need so many guns, and why in the world is ISIS trying to claim responsibility for it? Too much of this just does not make sense.

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