Still more questions than answers remain about the shooting in Las Vegas, and the breathless reporting about Harvey Weinstein isn’t helping us get any answers.
Weinstein’s story dropped just as people were beginning to question the official FBI narrative last week, and ever since it’s all we’ve heard about. However, despite the media seemingly refusing to ask any tough questions about the massacre, Internet sleuths and witnesses are doing their best to try to get information out to the people.
It’s already known that the FBI lied at least twice to the American people. We documented it both times.
The first such lie was from the original date that the shooter, Stephen Paddock, checked into the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino. The feds initially told us that it was Sept. 28, but as it turned out, he was there a full three days prior.
We still have no explanation for why they weren’t honest with us.
The second lie they told us was about when the alleged “hero” who stopped Paddock was shot. The “official narrative” had been that Jesus Campos was shot ten minutes after the massacre began, but as it turns out, he was shot six minutes prior to when Paddock opened fire and wasn’t the reason Paddock stopped shooting.
Again, we have no idea why the FBI wasn’t honest with us about this. But now it’s been discovered that he has an armed security guard outside of his house 24 hours a day.
We’re not sure why a hero needs armed security.
On top of the FBI giving us false information about the attack – information they’ve likely known to be false from the start – now it appears as if the bureau is going even further and destroying evidence from the scene. Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars reported that several eyewitnesses have come forward to reveal that the FBI confiscated their phones and laptops as a part of the investigation, which is standard practice.
However, when the electronics were returned to their rightful owners, they had been wiped totally clean by the feds.
According to a Las Vegas resident who posted a status update on Facebook, “A bunch of people that worked the Route 91 said they got their cell phones back today. They all said that all their phones are completely wiped clean! All messages and info from that weekend are completely gone. Anyone else experiences this?”
“A few different people who were vendors there are all saying the same thing,” the woman later comments.
Later in the thread, a Route 91 worker confirms the story, commenting, “Of course. It’s an active federal crime scene. They can wipe it clean. I was the beverage manager for the entire event. My laptop is wiped clean.”
Infowars was separately contacted by another individual who told us the same story. Both individuals asked that their names not be revealed.
The fact that all the information relating to the massacre has been deleted is sure to prompt further claims of a cover-up.
The claims of a cover-up have been getting louder by the day as the FBI continues to withhold and give us false information about the massacre. Even conservative columnist Ann Coulter, who’s normally level-headed and doesn’t buy into conspiracies, wrote a piece alleging the FBI is hiding something from the American people.
In it, she stated:
I don’t know what happened — and, apparently, neither do the cops — but it’s kind of odd that we keep being told things that aren’t true about the Las Vegas massacre, from the basic timeline to this weird insistence that Paddock made a good living at gambling.
The most likely explanation is that the reporters and investigators are incompetent nitwits. But the changing facts from law enforcement and preposterous lies from the press aren’t doing a lot to tamp down alternative theories of the crime.
No, they do not, and neither does the FBI destroying evidence contained on the cell phones and laptops of eyewitnesses. If the FBI wants people to stop speculating about the shooting, they sure aren’t doing a good job of trying to prevent it.
Although the fact we witnessed the agency conducting political assassinations the last election certainly isn’t helping its cause, either.