Saturday, October 7, 2017

Searching For The Truth Through The Haze Of The Agenda

Las Vegas Police Audio: "There are at least 2 Shooters with Fully-Automatic Weapons"

Audio from the Las Vegas Police Department during Sunday evening's mass shooting was captured and leaked, providing interesting details of what police saw and heard.
As police closed in on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel, they were also suspicious that another shooter existed on the 29th floor.

“We have a four-man team up here and we have another element moving to us. We will need the 29th floor,” one officer said. “It sounds like it’s confirmed, there are at least two shooters with fully-automatic weapons.”

Additionally, the audio recordings also reveal that a black Chevy dually pickup truck fled the parking lot during all of the commotions and that an older white male who was wearing fatigues and carrying a black bag was spotted retreating into a white RV by the Tropicana and the Motel 6. Pedestrians said that the man came from the area of the shooting.
Pedestrians said that the man came from the area of the shooting and a team eventually converged on the white RV.
At one point, a police car was commandeered by an unknown suspect while the two elements on the 32nd floor were cleared for 335 Zebra’s approach to the northernmost room.
“This is 335 Zebra. I need to know if we have that floor evacuated other than our suspects. We got […] sniper going up,” a voice called out over the radio.
That’s when 720 called in an confirmed he had a 12 man element entering the east side of the Mandalay Bay.

There continue to be those who claim there was a lone wolf gunman and that was it.   However, as more and more evidence emerges, it appears that there were at least two shooters.
In fact, though Sheriff Joe Lombardo hasn't come right out and said that alleged shooter Stephen Paddock was assisted in the shooting itself, he did say that he had help.

“Look at this," Lombardo said.  "You look at the weapon obtaining the different amounts of tannerite available, do you think this was all accomplished on his own, face value?”
“You got to make the assumption he had to have help at some point, and we want to ensure that’s the answer," he added.  "Maybe he’s a super guy, superhero–not a hero, super–I won’t use the word. Maybe he’s super — that was working out this out on his own, but it will be hard for me to believe that.”

There were multiple people dead and multiple shooters. I was just hiding waiting for police to come get us. I got outside safely and was hiding in bushes,” Brian Hodge told Australia’s Courier-Mail.
Hodge, who was staying in room 32134, right next door to Stephen Paddock in room 32135, also provided important information when he revealed that a security guard was killed by police.  

Witness Wendy Miller, also from Australia, said she too, saw a security guard being chased.
She was staying at the Luxor Hotel (next to the Mandalay Bay) with her husband.
But they had been at a bar in the Mandalay Bay when she saw what she described as a “man of interest” run by.
“We managed to make our way back to our room…” she told The Courier-Mail. “We are in lockdown. Our door is deadlocked and a chair against the door.” Miller said she saw the man sprint through the hotel after coming off an escalator from the Mandalay Bay.
“The man that they [security] were chasing was wearing a security jacket like them,” she said.
So often in some of these mass shootings, the witnesses clearly spell out that more than one shooter was involved.  It seems that police believed it too.

Citizen journalist Laura Loomer has once again scooped the mainstream media with her reporting on the Las Vegas shooting, and her latest revelation casts doubt on key details of authorities’ account of the massacre.

Loomer, who recently exposed several inconsistencies in the FBI and Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s public communications regarding the deadliest shooting in American history, is now challenging another aspect of the official narrative. The former Project Veritas operative has obtained a copy of the last parking garage receipt for Mandalay Bay’s valet service on Paddock’s van:

The receipt is dated October 1st, the day Paddock opened fire on concertgoers. Curiously, while the receipt is for Paddock’s van, it is under the name of his girlfriend, Marilou Danley. Law enforcement officials have identified Danley as a person of interest in the shooting but have not charged her with any crimes.

“The FBI and local law enforcement in Las Vegas have now been caught lying to the American people through my investigative reporting several times,” Loomer told GotNews. “I have obtained confirmation and photographic evidence that proves they lied about the shooter’s timeline, his hotel check-in date at the Mandalay, and his license plate number.”

Loomer believes the receipt she exclusively obtained suggests authorities have the timeline way off. “Police told the public and media that Paddock’s girlfriend Marilou Danley was in the Philippines while Paddock was at the Mandalay,” Loomer explained. “However, this valet receipt obtained from the Mandalay for Paddock’s van reveals that Danley was the last person to drop the van off for valet on October 1, 2017. The receipt contradicts claims by law enforcement that Paddock was alone at the Mandalay and that his girlfriend was overseas.”

Given the slow rate at which authorities have released information, and how many inconsistencies have been found in the official narrative, Loomer is now taking matters into her own hands. She plans to fly out to Las Vegas on Sunday, and in the meantime will continue to break stories related to the massacre that the mainstream media refuses to cover:

In what is sure to fuel even more speculation and intrigue surrounding the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, an Australian man in the Mandalay Bay Casino Hotel the night of the attack is claiming there was more than one person firing on the crowd of 22,000 attending a country music festival 400 feet below.

In an interview with Australia’s Courier-Mail, Brian Hodge, who at one point worked in a casino on the continent’s Gold Coast, said he was staying in a room on the 32nd floor, right next to the one known shooter, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock was staying in. He said he managed to get out of his room — which he said was Room 32134 — and made it safely downstairs but then hid in a bush for several hours after the shooting stopped.

“I got outside safely and was hiding in bushes,” he said. “There were multiple people dead and multiple shootersI was just hiding waiting for police to come get us.”
Multiple shooters.

Hodge isn’t the only witness claiming more than one shooter. A woman, “Gayle,” called in to talk radio giant Michael Savage’s program on Wednesday claiming that she, too, heard multiple shooters and that one of them might actually have been much closer to the Route 91 venue than Paddock, who was sequestered in his hotel room high atop the festival.

At one point, she recalled thinking, “Oh my god, it sounds like there is somebody on the groundthat is shooting.” She also said that a girl standing very near to her was shot straight-on in her abdomen, though at the time she was wounded she and Gayle were standing looking away from the Mandalay Bay, which was behind them and over their right shoulder.

“How could a bullet be coming from our right, which was on our west — we’re facing direct south. A bullet would have to come straight up and make a 90-degree left turn to go into her stomach,” she said.

Stephen Paddock, 64, the gunman who attacked the Route 91 Harvest music festival in a mass shooting in Las Vegas, is seen in an undated social media photo obtained by Reuters on October 3, 2017. Social media/Handout via Reuters 
Still, ISIS has yet to provide any substantive evidence of Paddock's allegiance to the group and all of its information, save for his alleged conversion to Islam, has more or less matched readily available news reports.
ISIS, which took over nearly half of Iraq and Syria at its height in 2014, has been responsible for hundreds of deaths abroad and its elusive leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi apparently broke a nearly year-long public silence last week to deliver a speech that was recorded and shared by the jihadists. In it, a man purporting to be the ultraconservative Sunni Muslim cleric calls for his followers to strike targets in the West.
Both Baghdadi's speech and ISIS's surprise claim of responsibility for Sunday's attack came as the militants stand to lose their final major cities in Syria to separate campaigns by the Russia and Iran-backed Syrian military, and the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, a mostly Kurdish alliance of Arabs and ethnic minorities. Without any physical territory left under its self-proclaimed caliphate, experts have speculated as to how ISIS will survive.

Despite the persistent claims by the Islamic State that it was behind the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office said again Friday it has no evidence of any connection between the killer, Stephen Paddock, and the Islamic terrorist organization.
In fact, a Sheriff’s spokesman said Friday authorities remain unable to tie the shooter to any other person or organization and remain totally baffled on what may have motivated him.
Law enforcement is so devoid of answers, in fact, that the FBI has partnered with Clear Channels, a chain of radio broadcasters, on a project to seek the public’s help in solving the mystery of who or what may have inspired Stephen Craig Paddock to gun down hundreds of country music fans at an outdoor concert on Oct. 1 in Las Vegas.
ISIS released an infographic Friday in the 100th issue of its weekly newspaper, al-Naba, which shows the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino hotel draped in blood, and stated that Paddock, whom they call Abu Abdul Amriki, had converted to Islam six months ago. This was a bit more specific than a previous online post in which ISIS claimed Paddock had converted “months ago.”

Paddock’s brother, Eric, has said in interviews he had not seen Stephen in about six months.
ISIS said Paddock had “avenged his brothers” and “may Allah accept him” into heaven.
As early as 2016 ISIS released detailed guidance on how to obtain guns in the US and named concerts as a prime target. That was followed by the bombing at the Ariana Grande concert in London in May that killed 22 people and injured at least 50.

Dr. Mark Christian, a former Muslim imam and expert on Wahabbist and Salafist Islamic teachings, said he believes ISIS is milking the Las Vegas massacre for all it’s worth and will, in time, provide some type of evidence of its involvement, possibly a video.
“How would ISIS have known that U.S. investigators wouldn’t find a different motive that would debunk their claim?” said Christian, founder and director of the Global Faith Institute.
For every day that the U.S. government fails to explain the shooter’s motive, this gives ISIS’s claim more credibility, he said.

Statues of American heroes desecrated or ripped down nationwide. Supporters of the president of the United States attacked in the streets. Peaceful gatherings of conservatives targeted with bomb threats or even acid attacks.

“Antifa” has emerged as one of the most terrifying forces on the American left since the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
Short for “anti-fascists,” these black-clad, masked and sometimes heavily armed activists more often resemble their supposed enemies as they attack peaceful protesters, police and even animals during the riots they have conducted all around the country.
Examples of violence perpetuated by antifa are continuous.
Most recently, well-known far-left organizer Yvonne Felarca, a teacher at Berkeley’s Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, was charged with battery and resisting arrest after leading a protest against a conservative group. Felarca is known as the leader of the far-left group By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN.
Street clashes between conservatives and antifa are now common in America’s cities. Berkeley, California, has been the site of several “Battles of Berkeley” in which violence is taken for granted. The violence by the black-clad protesters has been so extreme even Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., condemned antifa and called for prosecutions.
Yet many conservatives and libertarians remain ignorant about the group’s origins, tactics and inspiration. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan infamously sided with antifa rather than with President Trumpwhen the commander in chief suggested both the far left and the far right were to blame for August’s violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Now, a new WND Special Report, for the first time, reveals who antifa really is, what antifa activists want and what all Americans, especially conservatives, Christians and libertarians, desperately need to know. “Antifa: What Americans Need to Know about the Alt-Left,” a FREE download from WND, is an in-depth look at antifa.

Already the No. 1 new release in the category of “Communism & Socialism” at with blazing sales, it reveals antifa is less a singular organization than a “brand” that can be utilized by left-wing extremists to further their goals, much like the brand of the Islamic State.
The “Alt-Left” has been around for decades, but conservatives have remained ignorant. Now, WND takes you inside antifa with an exclusive special report revealing the origins, motivations and future of America’s most widespread and active domestic terrorist group. Don’t miss “Antifa: What Americans Need to Know about the Alt-Left” from WND.
And these goals are chilling. Quoting from the writings, websites and proclamations of antifa members themselves, the report reveals they claim the unlimited right to police Americans’ freedom of speech, using violence and illegality to destroy anyone left-wing activists consider “racist” or “oppressive.”
Of course, far from simply combating actual “racists” or “fascists,” such radicals consider huge numbers of Americans as “oppressors” and enemies to be destroyed.
In their own words, and by their own admission, antifa participants fundamentally reject the classical liberal tradition of free speech, taking it upon themselves to determine what people are allowed to say and hear. Furthermore, this is enforced through vigilantism and violence, not by an appeal to the police. This use of pre-emptive violence against peaceful speech is defended through the use of the Orwellian term “community self-defense.”

Violent left-wing anarchists have announced a nationwide campaign to deface Christopher Columbus statues this coming Monday.
Five Christopher Columbus statues have already been vandalized in New York City in recent weeks, according to Far Left Watch. In one case last month, vandals defaced a "larger-than-life" statue of Columbus in Central Park, leaving blood-red paint on his hands, and scrawled, "Hate will not be tolerated" and “#SomethingsComing” on its pedestal.
What is coming appears to be a coordinated campaign to destroy monuments all across the country on Columbus Day.
The NYC-based antifa group Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement (RAM) made the announcement on Thursday, September 21, calling on antifa groups nationwide to “decorate” their neighborhoods.
According to Far Left Watch, RAM is "an extremely militant group that advocates for the violent redistribution of property" and for "the abolition of gender."

Tropical Storm Nate gained strength late Friday when it was officially upgraded to a hurricane which is headed straight for US Gulf Coast.
States of emergency have been declared across parts of four states and New Orleans ordered some vulnerable residents to evacuate in anticipation of the hurricane's making landfall this weekend. 
The US Gulf Coast braced Friday for a fast-moving blast of wind, heavy rain and rising water.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu on Friday ordered an evacuation of some areas and a mandatory curfew ahead of Nate.
The curfew will be in effect from Saturday evening to Sunday morning, the mayor said at a news conference. 
Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi declared states of emergency as the storm twisted toward the US Gulf Coast on Friday after killing at least 22 people in Central America.

On track: Tropical Storm Nate reached hurricane strength late Friday - prior to arriving on the shores of New Orleans on Sunday 

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