Was the Vegas shooting an Arms Deal gone wrong?
After it was released that Stephen Paddock had 19 weapons in his hotel room and stockpiles of unused ammunition. Weapons that can be seen in these images leaked by anonymous sources with access to the crime scene. and that Stephen Paddock also had several weapons discovered at one of his properties, something his brother claimed he was unaware of even though he had recently helped him move. and The fact that Paddock worked for Lockheed Martin, a defence contractor whose employees often move on to work directly for the Federal government. His unusual lifestyle as a professional gambler. His many homes and trips abroad and his complete lack of a social media presence have led some to wonder if Stephen Paddock in fact worked for a federal agency.
A possibility that even Las Vegas PD is investigating.
Another strange fact was that Stephen Paddock had multiple cameras set up around his hotel suite, and it’s even possible he was live streaming the shooting.
All these facts and this response made by the Las Vegas Sheriff in a recent press conference when asked if Stephen Paddock worked for a federal agency has some people asking if the shooting in Las Vegas has more to it than what is being officially reported.
We know that the FBI conducts undercover weapons deals as they did in the case of Leland Yee, who was arrested for conspiracy when he tried to import weapons to the philippines, arranging the deal with undercover FBI agents. And of course, who could forget fast furious? Or rather, who other than the incompetent Jeff Sessions and the Fake news media. A program where the federal government sold guns to mexican gangs. Guns that would later claim the life of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
When you have a corrupt federal government that has been caught selling weapons like those found in the hotel room with Stephen Paddock. A federal government that refuses to prosecute, well, literally anyone. And a dishonest media that has been caught in lie after lie after lie. These are the kinds of questions citizens need to ask in the wake of a tragedy that seems to have more questions than answers.
The Las Vegas sheriff seemed confident that there was more to this story,
We’ll keep you updated as things become more clear. For Blackpilled.com, I’m Devon Stack.