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The Vegas shooting kind of went away

Here’s the first I’ve seen on it in quite a while. Apparently, he had burner phones and bought a weapon sight from Amazon.

10 Responses to “The Vegas shooting kind of went away”

  1. wizardpc Says:

    And had an email conversation with himself about needing to check out AR15s and 100 round magazines. It was very odd, but someone had a theory that his motive was to ensure that AR15s were banned after he was done.

  2. Lyle Says:

    The story began to stink as soon as information began to come out, and then it was bottled up. They probably couldn’t presume to tell us the whole story without lying. Therefore it’s better for them to put it off indefinitely, until they can come up with some really good lies.

    I could do it for them. You just have to support their authoritarian, anti-American, Harodian mindset/narrative without implicating their alliance. It may be difficult, sure, but certainly not impossible. For one thing they control the evidence.

    Or do they control it completely? Maybe therein lies their problem. They’ll need more control over the flow of information. That’ll require some more terrorist attacks to serve as pretense. Surely they can import some more jihadists, Trump or no Trump.

  3. John Says:

    The Times is not exactly a reliable narrator.

  4. Divemedic Says:

    This guy has “spook” written all over him.

  5. Fred Says:

    He had a variety of more than 2 dozen weapons in the hotel room most of which would be largely useless in that environment. Clearly this is a FED op that went sideways. What the op was, and what was supposed to go down we will never know.

  6. Pete Says:

    If he was an agent or Fed he’d have an obvious reason for why he did it. Leaving a mystery only invites scrutiny and investigation.

  7. Richard_R Says:

    This event came up several times in testimony at the Washington State Senate hearings today about 5 different severely anti-gun bills. The message was quite emotional (all had friends/family there). Naturally, none of the proposed laws would have had any effect, but the specter was vivid. The antis scored a lot of “pulled heart-string” points.

  8. Sigivald Says:

    … yeah, obviously a giant conspiracy, right?

    Not “whacko does thing, news uses it for a while, gets bored, moves on, and slow march of investigation is boring as hell“.

    Jesus, people. Just … no.

  9. Blounttruth Says:

    Latest news is that perhaps he did not work alone. A meme the left will not tolerate as a conspiracy would take their meme away from the gun, and actually support why Americans need to be armed.

  10. Blounttruth Says:

    For something rejected as a conspiracy, the sheriff changes his story and the narrative yet again. Hang out, as it should change again soon enough.

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