The Math that doesn't add up… (Orlando shooting)

not my words. words that were sent to me by a friend. and, to clarify my personal position, ff ops for the gun grab means people probably really do die for his cause. of course, the jury is still out on this one.
The Math that doesn’t add up:
A man walks in to a night club with an AR-15, shoots 103 people in under 7 minutes at 2am. The majority of the victims were shot multiple times, some as many as 12 times, with reports of several dozen rounds fired in the air and several dozens of rounds missing. 3 hours later, engages in a gun battle with 9 police officers that lasts nearly an hour.
So let me get this straight…one lone shooter in under 7 minutes reloaded his AR-15 30 times with 30rd magazines in under 7 minutes, firing nearly 1,000rds of .223 ammunition while in a nightclub surrounded by 320 people, managing to kill and injure 1/3 of them, takes a 3 hour break, and then engages in another gun battle lasting nearly and hour in what was described as a “hail of bullets” with a SWAT team?
Having years and years of experience with AR-15s, it would take me nearly 7 minutes to reload 30 times…let alone having time to aim and shoot 1,000 rounds semi-automatic in between firing dozens of rounds in the air screaming “Aloha Snack Bar”…just saying…something doesn’t add up…
Let’s not even mention the fact that he managed to have 30, 30rd AR mags loaded and at the ready in order to do it under 7 minutes. If he is holding an ammo can in one hand (that weighs 40 pounds) and an AR in the other…what was he doing…reloading and firing with one hand at the same time? Either that, or he had a tactical vest from Hell that was able to hold 30 mags!! Something ain’t right folks…

Orlando Victim Interview Needs To Go Viral (multiple attackers)

ok, this is weird…
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the news guy is asking one of the men from the club about who he went to the club with and he says he doesn’t know where he is or what happened to him. then the news guy asks him more about his friend and he starts speaking about him in past tense.
he doesn’t know where he is or what happened to him, but he’s speaking about him in past tense.

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