Hotel Staff Said Paddock Could Have Been Stopped – There Were No Metal Detectors – News Media Blames Bloggers For Propaganda.

by Ruby Henley
Paddock definitely had a room with a view.  He built a sniper’s nest with 23 guns, which no one saw him amass.  However a dancer at the Wynn Resort, one of the biggest hotels in Las Vegas, said if there had been metal detectors, lives might have been saved.  Dionna, 29, was dancing in the Foundation Room in the hotel when she heard “gunshots” she thought was “fireworks” from the festival below.
Who owned the hotel?  It would have been their duty to have security in place to protect their customers and staff.  It is strange that they had no metal detectors.  Now they do, and they are scanning everyone who comes into the hotel.
She said: “I was dancing when I could hear gunshots. I thought it was fireworks from the festival below. Nothing seemed out of place.
“Then security told us there was shooting and to stop performing about 10 after 10.
“Within 20 minutes, swat team came in and we were all asked to drop to the floor.
“We were on lockdown until 9am. Our security was the first to respond and keep us all safe.
“But I feared maybe a bomb may blown up the hotel.
“This has never happened in our great city ever. Now none knows why either he did it.”
 
This is an interesting video which describes Stephen Paddock as being possibly psychotic but not ‘psychopath.’
content.jwplatform.com/previews/OCtOkfNu-Bw0sFO2g
The expert says Paddock does not meet the criteria of being a psychopath.  Actually he makes a very good point.  He explains that Paddock was not impulsive, and I have discovered that Paddock in my opinion had been planning a massacre for a very long time.  He had collected guns all of his life.  The expert also says he had a very stable employment record, but I see this as being an aspect which helped Paddock meet his goal of amassing power and the ability to use that power to perform the massacre he did, in fact, carry out.   
 
Something that has really shocked me is that many sites are saying Paddock was a Trump supporter.  Yeah, right.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCSKGqAvDw8
The following article is pointing the finger at bloggers on Google and Facebook of spreading Fake News saying Paddock was anti-Trump.  The news media is actually saying that online bloggers have sunk to a new low by saying Paddock was an anti-Trumper.  You can read some of what is being said below.   I think, however, we have done a pretty good job in proving Paddock was indeed at an anti-Trump rally in Nevada in 2017.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCSKGqAvDw8
The following article is pointing the finger at bloggers on Google and Facebook of spreading Fake News saying Paddock was anti-Trump.  The news media is actually saying that online bloggers have sunk to a new low by saying Paddock was an anti-Trumper.  You can read some of what is being said below.   I think, however, we have done a pretty good job in proving Paddock was indeed at an anti-Trump rally in Nevada in 2017.

www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/oct/02/las-vegas-shooting-facebook-google-fake-news-shooter
QUOTE:  Facebook and Google promoted false news stories claiming that the shooter who killed more than 50 people in Las Vegas was a Democrat who opposed Donald Trump. The misidentification spread rapidly from dark corners of the internet to mainstream platforms just hours after hundreds were injured at a festival near the Mandalay Bay casino, the latest example of fake news polluting social media amid a breaking news story.
The flow of misinformation on Monday illustrated a particularly grim trend that has increasingly dominated viral online propaganda during US mass shootings – hyper-partisan trolls battling to blame the tragedy on opposing political ideologies.
On 4chan, the anonymous message board and a favorite platform of the “alt-right”, some noted that Danley was a registered Democrat. Soon after, Gateway Pundit, a conspiracy-laden blog that earned White House credentials under Trump, published an evidence-free story headlined, “Las Vegas Shooter Reportedly a Democrat Who Liked Rachel Maddow, MoveOn.org and Associated with Anti-Trump Army”. The piece was based on a review of Facebook “likes”.
While authorities have struggled to identify the possible motives of Paddock, the suspect who police believe killed himself, some far-right users and conspiracy theorists have, without any proof, attempted to link him to anti-fascist groups and the leftist Antifa movement. Infowars, the hyper-partisan site known for propaganda, claimed on Monday that Paddock was found with “antifa literature”. At the same time, a sham Facebook page pretending to be Antifa claimed responsibility for the attack, saying the goal of the shooter was to murder “Trump supporting fascist dogs”. END OF QUOTE
 
Some reports have said that Antifa literature was found in Paddock’s room.  If this is true, and it can be proven, we do have a motive, and he is a “terrorist” by Nevada law.  Plus, we also know if he was in support of Antifa, he was not Trump supporter.  Thus, we are witnessing a propaganda campaign by the mainstream news media to call bloggers liars for calling Paddock an “anti-Trumper.”  Yet if he did have Antifa literature in his room, and if it is Paddock at the anti-Trump rally in Nevada in 2017 – he is definitely a Leftist.  I really think it is absurd to think this man was anything but a radicalized terrorist!
 
www.nationalreview.com/article/452097/las-vegas-shooting-stephen-paddock-legally-terrorist
QUOTE:
We’ve recently had occasion to consider federal terrorism law in connection with a discussion over whether the violent “Antifa” movement should be legally designated as a terrorist organization. Under the U.S. penal code (section 2331(5) of Title 18), a violent act meets the definition of “domestic terrorism” if the actor was seeking: (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping. Many (perhaps most) mass killings will meet this test. Plainly, shooting at a crowd is an act of intimidation. But as the word “coerce” (also in that first clause) implies, the federal terrorism statute speaks to intimidation or coercion of a civilian population toward some identifiable objective. This kind of intimidation is easy to make out when the aggressor is a jihadist, whether associated with an outfit such as ISIS or merely “inspired by” sharia-supremacist ideology (which seeks the imposition of sharia law and to force changes in American policy). Establishing such intimidation is also straightforward when a group with a radical political agenda, such as Antifa, is involved. It is more difficult, though, when we are dealing with a lone gunman.
As we pointed out regarding Antifa, most law-enforcement is done at the state and local level. Thus, what the state criminal code says will often be critical. Nevada’s code has a more expansive definition of terrorism than does federal law. Under the Nevada statute (NRS 202.4415), an “act of terrorism” is any act that involves the use of attempted use of sabotage, coercion or violence which is intended to (a) cause great bodily harm or death to the general population; or (b) cause substantial destruction, contamination or impairment of (1) any building or infrastructure, communications, transportation, utilities or services, or (2) any natural resource or the environment.END OF QUOTE
 
It is very important that we find a reliable source at this point to prove Paddock did have Antifa literature in his room.
www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=21&v=biqql4js8lo
I have always believed Alex Jones to be a reliable source, and I will continue to believe it until I am proven wrong.
 

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