Las Vegas, Nevada (Accredited Times) – Zero Hedge is fake news. Sadly, despite mainstream media criticism, Zero Hedge continues to propagate outrageously stupid conspiracy theories day in and day out.
The most recent stupidity comes from alt-right Congressional hopeful Michael Snyder via his so-called “Economic Collapse” blog (appropriately named now that Donald Trump is President), which Zero Hedge reprinted in full as an article. Entitled 16 Unanswered Questions About The Las Vegas Shooting That Mainstream Media Doesn’t Want To Talk About, the article goes into full tinfoil hat conspiracy mode, speculating about second gunmen on grassy knolls and gun-grabbers in the federal government. Well, Zero Hedge, here are some answers to your stupid “16 Unanswered Questions” — let me know when you decide to print a retraction (LOL):
#1 Photos of Stephen Paddock’s hotel room have been leaked, and one of those photos appears to show a suicide note. Why hasn’t the public been told what is in that note?
Ohhh, tough one! During an investigation, you see, investigators have an ethical obligation to keep evidence and information obtained confidential. Confidentiality is important for various reasons, including, for example, to avoid tipping off possible accomplices, like Vladimir Putin. Although leaks sometimes happen in investigations, they should really only happen for important political purposes, such as bringing down the Trump administration.
#2 Were there additional shooters?
Yes — Donald Trump was most definitely involved. He may not have pulled the trigger, but his alt-right pro-gun rants undoubtedly inspired Paddock, just as they inspired the Charlottesville terror attack.
#3 Why were law enforcement authorities discussing “another suspect on the fourth floor”, and why isn’t the mainstream media talking about this?
Investigators obviously received information about possible Russian agents in the hotel. Why isn’t the corporate media talking about this? Isn’t it clear? They’re part of the conspiracy.
#4 As Jon Rappoport has pointed out, it would have been impossible for Stephen Paddock to kill and wound 573 people in less than five minutes of shooting with the kinds of weapons that he is alleged to have used. So why won’t law enforcement authorities acknowledge this fact?
Law enforcement authorities haven’t acknowledged “this fact” because they are quite obviously working with Trump and Putin in a covert false flag operation. Oh, also, the gun was actually firing for around 11 minutes (not “less than five minutes”) and the suspect shot an average of 10 rounds per second, meaning that he likely fired thousands of rounds into a tightly packed crowd — more than enough rounds to shoot 573 people. But Rappoport is definitely onto something here.
#5 How in the world did Paddock get 42 guns and “several thousand rounds of ammo” into his hotel room without anyone noticing?
Gun-grabbers in the FBI clearly let Paddock sneak those guns into the Mandalay Bay Hotel in an effort to promote gun control. Also, the Mandalay Bay Hotel did not search patrons or have metal detectors, meaning anyone with a suitcase could have brought multiple guns (and ammo) to a room without anyone noticing. Paddock checked into his room on September 28th, and he lived in the Las Vegas area, so he could have easily loaded a bunch of guns and ammo into suitcases.
But, again, this is obviously some kind of conspiracy. You can’t eat gold, but you can eat ammo.
#6 How did someone with “no military background” and that wasn’t a “gun guy at all” operate such advanced weapons?
LOL. Paddock was (1) a graduate of the American public school system, and (2) a licensed hunter in Alaska, meaning he would have have received ample firearms training and experience. Americans also have something called “video games” that provide first-person simulation training for mass shootings. Plus, it’s not exactly hard to operate modern firearms: point, and squeeze the trigger.
#7 Why was one woman telling people in the crowd that they were all going to die 45 minutes before the attack?
Duhhhh, because she knew about the attack? Either that, or it was a lucky guess.
#8 Why did it take law enforcement authorities 72 minutes to get into Stephen Paddock’s hotel room?
It didn’t. Paddock started firing at 10:08 p.m. Hotel security approached Paddock’s room roughly twelve minutes later, around 10:20 p.m., and police gathered around his room at 10:24 p.m.
#9 Why did Paddock wire $100,000 to the Philippines last week?
Probably to conceal money intended to help hack the election in favor of Trump? Either that, or he wanted to give his Filipino-American girlfriend some money as a parting gift.
#10 Why was Paddock’s girlfriend, Marilou Danley, in the Philippines when the attack took place? Did she know what was about to happen?
Fortunately, a real news network, CNN, has answered that question. According to CNN, “Paddock encouraged his live-in girlfriend, Marilou Danley, to leave the country before his attack that left 58 people dead, her sisters told CNN affiliate Seven Network Australia.” Police questioned Danley, so I’m sure they are attempting to determine what she knew about Paddock, Trump, and the Russians.
#11 Was Paddock on antidepressants like so many other mass killers in the past have been?
ISIS is the JV team. Claiming responsibility here is akin to a JV bench-warmer bragging that he won the varsity state championship. The FBI dismissed it because we know White Privilege is to blame. Paddock was white. Case dismissed.
#13 Apparently Paddock had earned millions of dollars “through real estate deals”. If he was so wealthy, why would he all of a sudden snap like that?
Good point — wealthy middle class people never commit any violent crimes . . . . yeahhhh. LOL. Also, it is possible he blew a huge amount of his money gambling since he was a “professional gambler.”
#14 Why did he move so frequently? It is being reported that Paddock had 27 different residences during his adult life.
Obviously, he long ago planned to carry out the attack and wanted to “throw off the dogs” so investigators could not detect his collusion with Trump and Putin.
#15 Why were nearly all of the exits out of the concert venue completely blocked?
Probably so no one could sneak into the concert? Either that, or White Privilege.
#16 Why was a country music festival chosen as the target?
As the Accredited Times explained in the article Why Country Music Should Be Banned (published in July 2017), country music and its fans are “racist, sexist, xenophobic, … (you know the rest).” Country music events are a haven for guns, violence, hate speech, and Confederate flags. The only question is why more of these shootings haven’t occurred.
So there you have it, kooks. Sixteen answers for your sixteen “unanswered” questions.