Las Vegas Route 91 Country Music Festival (Mandalay Bay) Shooting: The Deadliest Mass Shooting in U.S. History Kills 59, Injures 527. A Massive Cover Up.

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Las Vegas Route 91 Country Music Festival (Mandalay Bay) Shooting: The Deadliest Mass Shooting in U.S. History Kills 59, Injures 527. A Massive Cover Up.

By | 2018-03-13T19:38:23+00:00 October 1st, 2017|Fake News, False Flags, Gun Rights / Control, Terrorism|0 Comments

Stephen Paddock, the patsy

Official story from Wikipedia (11/1/17):

On the night of October 1, 2017, a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, leaving 58 people dead and 546 injured. Between 10:05 and 10:15 p.m. PDT, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada, fired hundreds of rifle rounds from his suite on the 32nd floor of the nearby Mandalay Bay hotel. About an hour after Paddock fired his last shot into the crowd, he was found dead in his room from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. His motive is unknown.

The incident is the deadliest mass shooting committed by an individual in the United States. The shooting reignited the debate about gun laws in the U.S. with attention focused on bump fire stocks, which Paddock used to allow his semi-automatic rifles to fire at a rate similar to that of a fully automatic weapon.


There have been several changes in the official account and timeline of Paddock’s shooting of hotel security guard Campos. Police officials described these adjustments as “minute changes” that are common in complex investigations.

In a first statement about the incident, police officials inaccurately reported that Campos arrived on the scene after Paddock began firing into the crowd. In a second statement, police officials reported, again inaccurately, that Campos was shot six minutes before Paddock began firing into the crowd. That report had been based on a 9:59 p.m. notation in a hotel security log, which in a third statement was determined to have been the time when Campos encountered the barricaded door.

Sheriff Lombardo dismissed allegations that the changing timeline is the result of some kind of conspiracy between the police department, the FBI, and MGM Resorts International saying “Nobody is attempting to hide anything in reference to this investigation. The dynamics and the size of this investigation requires us to go through voluminous amounts of information in order to draw an accurate picture.”

An October 2017 article in The Wall Street Journal referencing the shooting stated, “After searches on YouTube about the mass shooting this month in Las Vegas surfaced videos peddling conspiracy theories, the site said it was tweaking its search algorithm to promote more authoritative news sources.”

Well, of course, Google-owned YouTube changed their algorithm to hide the truth, just like Google does. As you will see below, evidence clearly shows multiple shooters, helicopters hoovering and turning off their transponders, lies and cover-ups about Paddock, and many other anomalies. After months of corporate-infused spin by MGM Resorts and outright lies from officials in the FBI and the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, federal agents and intelligence officials finally began spilling the beans about what really happened on and before the Oct. 1 massacre.

“It’s a movie script that was written after the shooting to rewrite what really happened,” one FBI agent said. “The investigation is an entirely different story that we are not allowed to talk about. If we do and get caught, we get fired and probably charged (criminally).”

Let’s check out some of the “minute changes” in the official story by the FBI and police as well as evidence of suspicious activity that has gone unmentioned. Everything from:



This was a tragic event for all of America and the world, but especially for those in attendance at the Route 91 Country Music Festival on this horrific night of October 1st. I extend respect and gratitude for the many heroes who unselfishly and courageously put themselves in harms way to protect and save those whom they could. Reading and hearing many of the victims stories, one lying helpless while strong men passed him by only to have 2 small women drag him to safety, reminds me that the measure of a person’s heart and courage is what truly makes them great. God bless them and all of the victims and their families.

Unfortunately, as many of the aforementioned already know, everything didn’t go as the mainstream media is saying it did, and the videos, testimonies, and evidence point to Steve Paddock having help from some others and that fact is getting covered up like many similar events in the past.

More on Steve Paddock

Steve Paddock was a 64 year-old multi-millionaire who began his career as an accountant and apparently made most of his money when he and his brother sold their real estate business. Eric Paddock said that his brother pocketed roughly $2 million a few years ago when they sold off the real estate business they ran together. “He’s a multimillionaire,” Eric said, according to New York. “He helped me become affluent, he made me wealthy.” What’s wrong with this story is that Paddock only shows as owning 4 homes in his life and most are moderate at best. Not the making of millions with $200-400,000 homes – particularly if you’re splitting that with your brother.

He owned a home in Mesquite, NV (an hour from Vegas) and Reno, NV (about 350 miles from Vegas) that was oddly broken into over the weekend of the shooting, and also owned a couple of small airplanes. He was the son of Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, a bank robber who was on the FBI’s ten most wanted list until 1977.

He was worth more than $2 million, relatives said. Before retiring, he made a small fortune from real estate deals and a business that he and Eric Paddock sold off. He traveled a lot and had millions of free airline miles. As a retiree, he had no children and plenty of money to play with. So he took up gambling. (Washington Post) This creates suspicion because casinos are a known front for laundering money (See here, here, here, and here). Also, Paddock showed a $5 million income in 2015 from mostly gambling and much of Paddock’s money appears to have been spent in casinos. NBC News reported that Paddock often gambled at least $10,000 a day in Las Vegas casinos, and sometimes upwards of $30,000 per day. He reportedly gambled a total of at least $160,000 at Vegas casinos in the weeks before the mass shooting. It’s unclear how much he won or lost over this time span. (Time)

If he’s profiting in the millions, he’s either really lucky or really cheating and casinos don’t like or comp either, but Paddock was 100% comped his hotel suite at the Mandalay Bay. What’s more likely, particularly with all of the inconsistencies surrounding him and the shooting, is that he was assisting the deep state in laundering illegal drug or weapons trafficking money, or possibly both. He had multiple houses, traveled throughout Asia and the middle East, had multiple foreign girlfriends, and lived a very lavish lifestyle. He had been recognized by gun shop owners as the purchaser of multiple semi-auto rifles, thousands of rounds of ammo, and an attempt to buy tracers. All signs seem to point to him being a weapons runner.

The last time Eric Paddock heard from his brother, Stephen Paddock had texted to find out how their 90-year-old mother was doing. It was mid-September and Hurricane Irma had cut power in the Orlando, Florida, neighborhood where she lived. Stephen Paddock, who lived in Nevada, followed up with a call to their mother. Later, he sent her a walker to help her get around, Eric Paddock said. Stephen Paddock lived in Mesquite with his girlfriend, 62-year-old Marilou Danley. She was out of the country during the shooting, but returned (the day after the shooting) and was questioned by law enforcement. (CNN)

When he bought a house in Mesquite, he wrote on his application that his income came from “gambling.” He also told a real estate agent that he gambled about $1 million a year, an agent speaking on condition of anonymity said. Paddock said he was a high roller and real estate speculator from Las Vegas. “We’re up all night because we gamble,” Don Judy, one of Paddock’s old neighbors in Florida, remembered him saying. (CNN)

The Brother of Stephen Paddock, Eric Paddock, was dumbfounded by the news of his brothers actions and said in an interview that Stephen was not an avid gun guy at all.”  Col. Shaffer said his sources estimated he had in excess of $100,000 in weapons. The revealed his full arsenal with pictures and estimated costs at the end of THIS article.

Lauren Southern revealed from an AirBnB insider that Paddock had rented three homes in the Vegas area for the weekend. Why would he rent three separate homes on the same weekend… and have a suite provided by Mandalay Bay. That doesn’t add up, but not much does as all of the initial narrative claims have unraveled.

According to the Daily Mail,

  • Stephen Paddock bought a Ruger American .308 bolt-action rifle with an 18-inch barrel for $600 from Guns & Guitars just hours before arriving in Las Vegas
  • The rifle was not part of the 23-weapon arsenal found in his sniper’s nest in the Mandalay Bay Hotel
  • Gunshop worker Skipper Speece revealed Paddock was ‘calm and normal’ when he bought the weapon at around 3pm on September 28
  • Skipper said Paddock was a regular visitor to the store and he had served him four times in total
  • Police could not find it after searching his car and homes where other guns were found in a large gun safe.

Paddock’s family insists that he had no strong political or religious inclinations, however during a live press conference, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo revealed that the Las Vegas gunman, Stephen Paddock, may have been “radicalized and that authorities were attempting to uncover the source of his radicalization meaning that they most likely had evidence that he was radical, but were not sure how or when it happened.

“Did this person get radicalized unbeknownst to us? And we want to identify that source,” said Lombardo.

If confirmed, this suggests that there may have been a political motive behind the massacre.

According to Infowars, Stephen Paddock was an Antifa member who was also linked with ISIS, according to an FBI agent involved in storming the 64-year-old domestic terrorist’s hotel room.

Via Reuters:

“The Las Vegas attack was carried out by a soldier of the Islamic State and he carried it out in response to calls to target states of the coalition,” the group’s news agency Amaq said in reference to the U.S.-led coalition fighting the group in the Middle East.

“The Las Vegas attacker converted to Islam a few months ago,” Amaq added. (Reporting by Ali Abdelaty; Writing by Arwa Gaballa; Editing by Ahmed Aboulenein)

While mainstream media and some alternative media dismiss the ISIS link, MSM have previously acknowledged that ISIS has never claimed responsibility for a terror attacks unless they were at least loosely associated with it. However, in the end, ISIS is still a creation of the shadow government who lies… a lot, and James Brower seems to be the only source on this, so who knows?


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