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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

FBI coverups: Las Vegas edition

I have no idea what happened in Las Vegas. But I know two things. First, the Official Story is the one thing we know did not happen. Second, the FBI now has less credibility than Congress and the mainstream media... combined.
The FBI maintains that Stephen Paddock — the reported lone gunman — was a mystery man and his motive for killing dozens and injuring over 500 people still has not been pinpointed. Those assertions are simply untrue, FBI officials confirm. Lies. In the coming weeks, True Pundit will detail various parts of its investigation into the shooting and more importantly, paint a detailed portrait of the events leading to the shooting and Paddock’s likely accomplices and associates.

The major, shocking revelations include:
  • When FBI brass was provided with forensic evidence of multiple gunmen, they told agents to stand down and focus on Paddock only. Even a key internal audio captured by a hotel guest of multiple rifles firing from Mandalay Bay went ignored, covered up.
  • When FBI brass was provided the names of persons of interest who likely assisted Paddock, agents were instructed not to interview the individuals. One would-be target was never pursued despite pleadings from intelligence officials and agents that he was possibly the second shooter.
  • The FBI uncovered specific evidence showing that Paddock was anti-Trump and had an affiliation with ANTIFA, though it never was divulged to the public and agents did not follow such leads, per orders of their superiors.
  • When FBI brass was given evidence that the shooting was possibly linked to ANTIFA radicals working with an ISIS-linked terror faction — including the full identities of some of the suspects with ties to both radical groups and at or near Mandalay Bay the night of the deadly shooting — agents were never instructed to follow up on the investigation and pursue the suspects.
  • When intelligence officials approached the FBI and LVMPD with external evidence that Paddock was only one member of an organized  terror cell — which included as many as five gunman who planned to fire from the Mandalay Bay suite — the compelling evidence was covered up. Never pursued.
  • When FBI brass was provided with forensic evidence that Paddock’s death was not a suicide, the intelligence was never pursued by the FBI and LVMPD. FBI sources said Paddock suffered two gunshots. His autopsy report only details a single bullet to the head. FBI sources maintain Paddock’s autopsy was doctored and is a fraud.
  • When an ISIS-linked “businessman” from Turkey was pinpointed in the investigation — and found to be residing near Las Vegas at the time of the shooting — FBI agents were not instructed to follow up and pursue intelligence leads showing possible links to the massacre.
  • FBI and intelligence officials believe Paddock and associates chose to strike the Las Vegas country music concert with over 22,000 people because they likely supported President Trump. FBI agents said they were instructed to keep that key motive quiet too.
  • When MGM refused to share cctv footage from Mandalay Bay, FBI agents were threatened by superiors that any whistle blowers divulging such revelations to the media would lose their jobs. The FBI still has never been provided all the camera footage from the Mandalay Bay, FBI agents said.
Considering how crazy things are getting these days, I wouldn't even be surprised if we were to be informed that David Hogg and his little team of Parkland's Totally Not Crisis Acting Troup were the real Las Vegas shooters.

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64 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous March 13, 2018 11:13 AM  

The corruption in our governments' supposed investigators is astounding.

Blogger Aeoli March 13, 2018 11:14 AM  

There was a college shooting up in Michigan recently that nobody heard of because the kid was black. I overheard a Boomer and an Xer discussing this, and they decided the best thing would be to shut down the internet. If nobody heard about these things, they reasoned, nobody would get the idea of doing them.

Blogger Lovekraft March 13, 2018 11:17 AM  

There's the greed factor as well, in that Mandalay Bay's insurer would pay out big time (heard the figure of $1 billion)if it was determined to be terrorism related. The scurrilous GM of MB, to trim expenses, did not pursue this expensive option. Which is why the desperation to keep any ISIS/GloboJihadInc ties under wraps.

Blogger Jamie-R March 13, 2018 11:19 AM  

On their corruption hunt, they apparently busted up rogue trafficking operations, including gun-running into Central America. I suspect this guy was paid by CIA types to do the gun-running, wash his money in casinos, and when it got broken up, his job was over, the money started running out, his lifestyle was coming to an end, and he wanted to shoot the people that voted for the dude that ended his quaint life of all intrigue & flashy gambling.
I bet he figured once he was dead they'd all figure it out & he'd take down lots more than just himself. But nope, media is complicit with these folks.
My theory rocks btw.

Blogger Nate March 13, 2018 11:20 AM  

Skies Blue. Water's Wet. Government Lies.

Blogger The Kurgan March 13, 2018 11:22 AM  

Best theory I heard was that Padsock was actually working for or with the FBI and that they were supposedly going to dona “sting” on an ISIS terror cell who paddock was supposed to be supplying with guns.
But really this was not the case, the ISIS terror cell was in reality ALSO an FBI “fake” terror cell that was supposed to do the shooting to foment terror and her umm... I dunno... the lizard queen more votes ... or something....I forget
The point is that the whole thing made sense to me primarily because all the people involved were all FBI people. Whichbsounds correct to me.

Blogger Looking Glass March 13, 2018 11:25 AM  

MGM is up a creek without a paddle. The security guard is an illegal, and that's just the beginning of the problem.

We've gotten solid leaks from connected people that they found the ISIS links a bit later and have been stuffing it ever since. ISIS actually claimed Paddock, and they've rarely claimed non-related attacks.

Paddock also ran contraband for someone, which opens up a lot of deep state connections. (See one of his brothers going down for child porn that he was involved in, just this last week.) At this point, there are no Lone Wolves, only Known Wolves.

Blogger Sevron March 13, 2018 11:27 AM  

The gun running theory has always seemed most plausible to me, hope we get to the bottom of this. The idea that somebody pullled some secret business like this in Vegas without being on film in multiple locations is absurd.

Blogger Looking Glass March 13, 2018 11:30 AM  

@8 Sevron

Whenever they don't release the video quickly, you know someone is covering something up. It's amazing how accurate that statement is.

Blogger Lovekraft March 13, 2018 11:37 AM  

The 'Obama Smoke and Mirrors' Era demonstrated via reddit (relationships between Obama admin and top media execs):

https://i.redd.it/renl1ylcujl01.jpg

Blogger Goes211 March 13, 2018 11:41 AM  

When will this be solid, at least reported by more mainstream conservative news outlets? How could Trump not be interested in bringing this to light if it is true?

Blogger Chris Mallory March 13, 2018 11:43 AM  

"Brass", "Superiors", "Agents", "Sources".....yeah, yeah yeah. The FeeBI is corrupt and without credibility. But this story has none either. Twenty years ago this stuff would have been mimeographed and sold as a pamphlet at one of those back tables at a gun show. Next to the book about the Reptilians and beside the Nazi bumper-stickers.

Where are the names?

Blogger Ominous Cowherd March 13, 2018 11:48 AM  

Chris Mallory wrote:Where are the names?

That's a fair question. On the other hand, are there any grounds to doubt any of it? Is there any reason to suspect the FBI of honesty, let alone convict them of it?

Blogger Feather Blade March 13, 2018 11:48 AM  

The Kurgan wrote:But really this was not the case, the ISIS terror cell was in reality ALSO an FBI “fake” terror cell that was supposed to do the shooting to foment terror and her umm... I dunno... the lizard queen more votes ... or something....I forget

Makes you wonder how many fewer terrorist attacks we'd get if the FBI were disbanded, doesn't it.

Blogger Chris Mallory March 13, 2018 11:51 AM  

Ominous Cowherd wrote:On the other hand, are there any grounds to doubt any of it?

Experience will teach you to doubt everything. Don't trust anyone and verify everything.

Blogger Jack Amok March 13, 2018 11:53 AM  

Considering how crazy things are getting these days, I wouldn't even be surprised if we were to be informed that David Hogg and his little team of Parkland's Totally Not Crisis Acting Troup were the real Las Vegas shooters.

Well, Hogg's noodle arms with a bump stock could certainly explain how Paddock got shot by his own team.

Blogger RobertT March 13, 2018 11:56 AM  

What the hell is going on in the swamp? Somebody is orchestrating this stuff like a puppet master. Let's identify that sob and string him up. And everyone who participated right afterwards.

Do you ecer wonder why the Clintons don't seem worried? I do.

Blogger Big Bob March 13, 2018 12:04 PM  

@2 - The shooting in Michigan turned out to be a kid with drug/mental issues shooting his parents, who were on campus to take him home for spring break. Apparently their relationship wasn't good, but I guess he took it to a different level. Regardless, not the kind of school shooting that makes major headlines.

Blogger Hammerli280 March 13, 2018 12:13 PM  

Hmm...I've long suspected LV was a false flag, but one run by anti-gun zealots. It's the one rationale that fits all the available facts, in my opinion. Above all, both the sheer number of weapons involved and the lack of obvious motive.

And it's perfectly clear that MGM and the LVPD are in a CYA and finger-pointing exercise.

Blogger Hammerli280 March 13, 2018 12:18 PM  

I'll add one other point about the Parkland, FL business...the perp walked in, shot the place up, ditched the weapon, and walked out with the students. Nut-job? Maybe - but the classic school shooter nutter is suicidal. This one calmly walked out and got lunch. VERY atypical...unless he was expecting to be exfiltrated.

Remember that the Left has a long history of sending out bomb-throwers - and handing them bombs with zero-delay fuses. Dead terrorists tell no tales.

Blogger S. Thermite March 13, 2018 12:21 PM  

There was a college shooting up in Michigan recently that nobody heard of because the kid was black.

Not only was he black, but he was from the outskirts of Chicago, his father (whom he killed) was a part-time cop and Iraq war vet, and he got the gun from his father’s car. So yeah, the MSM isn’t exactly shouting about this one from the rooftops...

Blogger Daniel Paul Grech Pereira March 13, 2018 12:21 PM  

woke: david hogg is the las vegas shooter

It wouldn't surprise me either tbh. Its a fun thought.

Blogger Ingot9455 March 13, 2018 12:33 PM  

If you don't know who the patsy is in the op, it's you.

Paddock didn't know who the patsy was.

Blogger OneWingedShark March 13, 2018 12:34 PM  

RobertT wrote:What the hell is going on in the swamp? Somebody is orchestrating this stuff like a puppet master. Let's identify that sob and string him up. And everyone who participated right afterwards.

Do you ecer wonder why the Clintons don't seem worried? I do.

I think it's because their level of corruption is so great they think if it came out they'd be publicly hanged; it makes sense that the scope of corruption they're involved in is absolutely massive: a sort of "if we go down, we're taking EVERYTHING with us!" sort of Mutually Assured Destruction-style political A-Bomb threat.

Hammerli280 wrote:Hmm...I've long suspected LV was a false flag, but one run by anti-gun zealots. It's the one rationale that fits all the available facts, in my opinion. Above all, both the sheer number of weapons involved and the lack of obvious motive.

And it's perfectly clear that MGM and the LVPD are in a CYA and finger-pointing exercise.

I can believe this; though the level of obvious oddities reeks of coverups [probably multiple] and I would be unsurprised if the whole shooting turned out to be something like [eg] a CIA-planted "terrorist sting" meeting an FBI "gun trafficking" sting and essentially the two agencies playing a perverse game of 'Chicken' with each other. [The particular agencies matter less than the fact that the incident wouldn't have happened w/o government involvement.]

Blogger Darwinite March 13, 2018 12:42 PM  

The day after the attack, it was clear that Paddock was laundering money for someone else, either a cartel or ISIS. Interestingly the only other case of officials denying an ISIS claim of responsibility was the Philippines casino attack, where the perp also appeared to be a money launderer. Based on that, I predicted that the investigation would be kept secret as Paddock is not the target.

Blogger Steve March 13, 2018 12:42 PM  

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Blogger Jack Amok March 13, 2018 12:47 PM  

Good. Abu Zubaydah is a jihadi. Human rights are for humans.

Haspel certainly creates some interesting possibilities in the messaging front, especially if she's from the anti-Pedo swamp faction.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd March 13, 2018 12:49 PM  

Chris Mallory wrote:
Experience will teach you to doubt everything. Don't trust anyone and verify everything.


That's fine, but I'll repeat my question: is there any reason to suspect the FBI of honesty, let alone enough evidence to convict them of it?

Blogger Resident Moron™ March 13, 2018 12:52 PM  

When the state lies it lies through stolen teeth.

Everything about our governments is fake.

Blogger Resident Moron™ March 13, 2018 12:56 PM  

I like Greenwald for his rigid adherence to his own doctrine.

His crying over the corpses of his enemies gets a bit gay tho ...

Blogger Azimus March 13, 2018 1:51 PM  

2. Aeoli March 13, 2018 11:14 AM
and they decided the best thing would be to shut down the internet. If nobody heard about these things, they reasoned, nobody would get the idea of doing them.


This is probably among the more ironic places to bring it up, but I am convinced that the socially destructive consequences of the internet and social media will be the death of us all. I have joked with friends about starting "Amish 2.0: Freeze it all at 1994", but I'm only half joking. It would be a hell of a PhD candidate's paper, and its a book that needs to be written... it just won't be by me. I have a 500 man plant to run, a church that needs volunteers, and 4 kids I am trying to raise right. In the mean-time I don't have a FB account, have never been on Twitter on purpose, don't do any gaming, and swear pretty much daily I will stop reading Yahoo news...

Blogger Crew March 13, 2018 2:14 PM  

I have joked with friends about starting "Amish 2.0: Freeze it all at 1994"

That strategy did not work out too well for the American Indians.

Better to inoculate them against the internet and social media rather than isolate them from it and have them blind-sided by some plan for their destruction hatched on the internet.

Blogger Resident Moron™ March 13, 2018 2:16 PM  

Azimus, you’re living proof of your own theory

Blogger saintCrispee March 13, 2018 2:17 PM  

Zero....Zero corroborating evidence for claims at TruePundit.

Blogger seeingsights March 13, 2018 2:31 PM  

I think that Antifa is involved in this.
The FBI is going easy on Antifa. I say that because I know an Antifa sympathizer who advocated criminality on social media (damage to govt property, theft), reported him to the FBI, but from what I can tell, FBI has done nothing on my lead.

1. It seems curious that the FBI is easy on Antifa. Antifa is the kind of group that J Edgar Hoover would pounce on. I have ideas why.

2. In case you're wondering, why do I know leftists et all? I like to think of myself as an operative in the worldwide movement for nation state democracy.

Blogger Johnny March 13, 2018 2:43 PM  

Stephen Paddock and Lee Harvey Oswald, the same thing, they bury evidence with the man. Suspect some type of false flag.

Blogger Brad Richards March 13, 2018 2:54 PM  

Riiiight. TruePundit. The same news source that predicted FBI raids all over DC last year - raids that never happened. This is the kind of "news" source that tells people what they want to hear, and then quietly moves on to other topics when those predictions fail to pan out.

I don't know what happened in Vegas either, but based on their track record, it's certain the TruePundit doesn't either. Don't worry, the next crazy conspiracy theory will surely turn out to be true.

Blogger Azimus March 13, 2018 2:56 PM  

33. Resident Moron™ March 13, 2018 2:16 PM
Azimus, you’re living proof of your own theory


That is my daily jihad (jihad means 'struggle' I am told)

Blogger Wynn Lloyd March 13, 2018 2:58 PM  

Interesting. I've read that they don't want to make false claims because it harms the perception that they are a conventional military force. Don't know how much is true there, but it seems like they would not have claimed him if he had no ties to them.

Blogger tuberman March 13, 2018 3:22 PM  

Well, ya know Prince Talid and Bill Gates did own the four floors right above the shooting floor (the top floors). And the Crown Prince of the Saudis was supposed to be staying with his followers on a couple of those top floors. probably had nothing to do with any of this. Everything is a coincidence.

There was a video of half a dozen special ops taking the Crown Prince out of a casino that night with heavy auto guns, making everyone put hands up. That's gone now.

Blogger tuberman March 13, 2018 3:30 PM  

Another shill shows up stating Number 1 MSM talking point "Conspiracy Theory = Crazy."

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener March 13, 2018 3:41 PM  

I like several of the theories above, including the ANTIFA tie-in and Jamie-R's scenerio. I don't know what happened either but the media's relative silence is certainly interesting. This indicates that non-sanctioned investigative journalism from the media is effectively dead; they would rather ignore a possible story than inadvertently expose some criminal act their handlers are connected to. So the media are now nothing more than mouthpieces being told what to say.

Blogger SciVo March 13, 2018 3:51 PM  

Chris Mallory wrote:"Brass", "Superiors", "Agents", "Sources".....yeah, yeah yeah. The FeeBI is corrupt and without credibility. But this story has none either.

False equivalence. The official story is not just fishy; even implausible would be a step up. It's literally unbelievable, having apparently been written by someone who doesn't understand math (no surprise, as innumeracy is epidemic).

If I met someone playing video lottery who claimed not to have any other source of income, and no savings except what he made from it, I would call him a liar to his face. The only way to live off of the winnings is if you're turning a large pile of money into a smaller pile.

The official story is effectively impossible. Almost every theory I've heard can beat that low bar. Even "David Hogg, in the adjoining room, with a bump stock" makes more sense!

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener March 13, 2018 4:04 PM  

That video poker story... either it was made up by a complete moron or someone who enjoys rubbing our faces in the fact that they're lying.

Blogger Crew March 13, 2018 5:00 PM  

@Brad Richards:

This is the kind of "news" source that tells people what they want to hear, and then quietly moves on to other topics when those predictions fail to pan out.

You mean, like the LA Times?

http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/trailguide/la-na-trailguide-updates-here-s-our-final-electoral-map-of-the-1478473458-htmlstory.html

Blogger Lovekraft March 13, 2018 5:13 PM  

@ 42 Noah:

You also have to factor in the payoffs to victims, with nondisclosure agreements.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener March 13, 2018 5:40 PM  

NDA's don't necessarily seem strange to me in that context for many possible reasons, but I wonder what the attorneys here think of that.

Blogger SB Wright March 13, 2018 6:09 PM  

@SciVo

"If I met someone playing video lottery who claimed not to have any other source of income, and no savings except what he made from it, I would call him a liar to his face."

Would you? You are bolder or more reckless than I. My first thought would be that I am probably talking to a loon, and I'd be trying to work out the likelihood of being stabbed if my words pierced their delusion bubble.

"The only way to live off of the winnings is if you're turning a large pile of money into a smaller pile.

The official story is effectively impossible. Almost every theory I've heard can beat that low bar."

No disagreement there. I don't have the faintest idea what really happened, or how this guy made his money, but it is obvious to anyone who can multiply a number larger than 1 by a number between 0 and 1 that this guy did not earn his living beating slot machines/video poker/whatever.

I had a regular Joe blue-collar tradesman neighbor a few years back. Great guy; he made a yearly trip with a buddy to go gamble and lose some money to some of Vox's distant cousins. This guy at least knew he was probably going to come home with less than he left with, but even though he was a level-headed person, he believed that his friend (a more successful once-tradesman-now-contractor) had a good system for picking which machines to play, so that he would have the best chance to win. Without going into it here, it sounded like pure confirmation bias (remembering when he won, not always remembering when he lost) and some wishful thinking. I thought about this guy's story after hearing the "Paddock won regularly enough, months on end, to finance his life" narrative because it seems so obviously false as a cover story. But most normies I talk to aren't bothered by it. Innumeracy? Or conflating slots, etc., with real poker, which clearly some people can use skill to win over the longer term? Or do lots of people know a guy who has a friend who has a system that lets them win more than they lose when they gamble, so they let this ridiculous cover story slide by without thinking about it too much? Anyone have a feel for this when it comes to your average person? Do they not spot the problem, or do they see it and hand wave it away?

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener March 13, 2018 6:14 PM  

@48 Anyone have a feel for this when it comes to your average person? Do they not spot the problem, or do they see it and hand wave it away?

Anonymous Conservative's amygdala response theory explains this. Most people can't deal with the fact that they're obviously being lied to so they just shut down and quit thinking.

Blogger Duke Norfolk March 13, 2018 6:35 PM  

SB Wright wrote:Anyone have a feel for this when it comes to your average person?

I'd say there's a pretty small percentage of the population who understands the odds/statistics of the video poker (slot machines, etc.). I don't know what that number is, but it's small enough.

The older I've gotten (54 yo) the more I've understood just how innumerate and illiterate most people are. It's downright depressing.

Blogger Rambam March 13, 2018 6:37 PM  

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.
We'll never know what really went down.

Blogger Were-Puppy March 13, 2018 7:05 PM  

@40 tuberman
There was a video of half a dozen special ops taking the Crown Prince out of a casino that night with heavy auto guns, making everyone put hands up. That's gone now.
--

I saw that too -

Blogger SciVo March 13, 2018 7:05 PM  

SB Wright wrote:Would you? You are bolder or more reckless than I. My first thought would be that I am probably talking to a loon, and I'd be trying to work out the likelihood of being stabbed if my words pierced their delusion bubble.

A little of column A, a little of column B? I'm more prudent now after that one time when a guy punched me out (just for laughing at him), so on reflection I might not unless I'd been drinking.

Anonymous Anonymous March 13, 2018 7:13 PM  

That's some mighty thin soup that truepundit is serving up...you can read right through a bowl of it. Just because the Official Soup is just as transparent doesen't mean that the truepundit brew is going to be more filling.

The Las Vegas incident is frustrating, to say the least. Far too many open questions. It looks like the guy was laundering money. The kind of recreational (?) shooting he was doing (long range stuff) is consonant with sniping. The number of deaths and injuries is highly improbable, given a single shooter--bump stocks or not. Why did he have so many guns in his room? He must have wheeled carts of longish heavy luggage up the elevator. Or did hotel staff do it? I guess I have to admit that truepundit is doing a good thing by keeping the issue alive.

The surveillance tapes seem like the most obvious loose end to me. In any investigation, why wouldn't the investigating agency seize all available surveillance material? I can understand why the local prosecutors won't touch it--Las Vegas is only about money, and so are casinos. But the FBI is showing what has to intentional disinterest in the facts of the case.

Blogger Wolfman at Large March 13, 2018 7:20 PM  

I still prefer the version covered in the first fifteen minutes of this podcast.

https://youtu.be/kQklj4JGbbk

Covers the Saudi angle and gives a less a plausible explanation for most observed facts.

Short version: LV was not a false flag so much as it was an assassination attempt that went horribly wrong. The terror attack on the crowd was a panic reaction by the cornered gunmen. This is also a story embarassing enough (for all parties involved) that the Trump administration has little choice but to cover it up.

Blogger tuberman March 13, 2018 10:45 PM  

Anyone who had half a brain figured this one out within 7-10 days after it happened. Okay, not all the many details, but the basic plot. The Crown prince was to be assassinated, and perhaps others were to be also, but the Crown Prince was the main target, and the critical one. There were lots of assassins, as in more than five, and possibly twenty or so, because the Crown Prince had many guards on the upper floors. Paddock was just the gun runner and the patsy (shot twice in the head, the angle of the bullets said, not suicide). Evidence suggests that Paddock was not even involved in the shooting, and was dead already.

The Crown Prince was out gambling in plain clothes, and white-hats got wind of assassin, so better a bit late then never, but not for the crowd. There were shootouts around several places in LV or near other casinos, as the assassins were not the type to just give up.

There is other stuff besides this, such as Paddock probably being a black-hat FBI, but none was ever confirmed (he was some kind of bad-guy 3 letter agent most likely, but he thought he was going to drop off guns, and not to be part of a Jihad).

LV is great for money laundering, especially for drug and gun runners, who like to sometimes call themselves professional gamblers. If he was higher up he would use Art instead, as that's even better.

Blogger Crew March 13, 2018 10:55 PM  

Curiously, some parts of the deep state believe in "conspiracy theories" while labeling theories they don't like as "conspiracy theories":

http://www.libertylawsite.org/2018/02/26/a-criminal-conspiracy-to-undermine-our-government-and-our-country-part-i-of-ii/

Blogger SciVo March 14, 2018 12:05 AM  

@57 Crew:

I now choose to believe that whenever the Deep State has a get-together, there's always those three guys in the corner spinning tales about how this or that coincidence is evidence of a Deeper State. And no one can dissuade them, because "Oh come on, you're part of a conspiracy yourself! How can you just dismiss this??"

Blogger MortemTyrannus March 14, 2018 1:07 AM  

Others have speculated that the Vegas shooting was a cover-up for a real hit on the Saudi prince staying in Vegas. There was a picture showing what looks like an agent with Israeli made gun Tavor.

Blogger MortemTyrannus March 14, 2018 1:21 AM  

https://youtu.be/niBgnjtMSsg

Blogger MortemTyrannus March 14, 2018 1:24 AM  

You beat me to it! :)

Blogger Resident Moron™ March 14, 2018 1:27 AM  

600 seconds.

500 hits.

1 shooter.

Impossible.

Whatever the truth may be, there’s zero possibility the official story has anything in common with it.

Blogger Jack Amok March 14, 2018 2:52 AM  

I now choose to believe that whenever the Deep State has a get-together, there's always those three guys in the corner spinning tales about how this or that coincidence is evidence of a Deeper State. And no one can dissuade them, because "Oh come on, you're part of a conspiracy yourself! How can you just dismiss this??"

SCENE: the Deep State family picnic

JAMES: Hey Joe, you remember that guy Bert - had the lazy eye, we went through the Gaslighting Refresher course with a couple years ago?

JOE: Yeah. Yeah, I remember him. Kinda creepy.

JAMES: Yep. Doesn't that Vegas thing smell like the kind of screw-up he'd be responsible for?

JOE: Yeah, it does.

Blogger Thucydides March 14, 2018 2:23 PM  

Lone Wolf Democrat domestic terrorists may be one way the Progressives plan to carry out the "hot" part of the civil war. We may see a situation more akin to the "Frozen conflicts" in Ukraine, Georgia and the Baltic Republics than Sherman's "March to the Sea" (the reality may look like the Second Intifada combined with some of the more horrific aspects of the Yugoslavian Civil Wars of the 1990's).

The next Civil War will be long and dirty

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