Suicidal Prog Boomers

Whenever there is a man-made mass casualty event, to use the term of art, there are a finite number of narratives. There is political terrorism, lone crazy guy, disaffected youth, political crazies, religious crazies and finally, the conspiracy. The 9/11 attacks were well planned political terrorism, while the Orlando gay club shootings was just a religious crazy. Columbine and the black church shooting were the work of disaffected youth. The Connecticut school shooting was an example of a nut getting loose with a gun.

One interesting thing about the recent political crazies is the perpetrators have been acting in defense of the establishment.The BLM murders were blacks motivated by President Obama to kill whites and cops. The guy who shot Congressman Scalise was a Bernie Bro. The knife wielding crazy out west was a Bernie Bro too. Even the hoaxes are done by people who are trying to defend the status quo against dissent. The last anti-government act by political crazies was the Federal building in Oklahoma.

The other interesting thing is that the stuff getting called terrorism is almost always done by crackpots and lunatics, using religion or politics as an excuse. The well organized terror attack by competent political actors is rare and increasingly rare. The West suffered more from this sort of terrorism in the 60’s and 70’s than today. The so-called “lone wolf” stuff the authorities worry about is always a lunatic getting into Islam or Progressive politics, then deciding to start killing people for the cause.

Another thing worth noting is that after Columbine, we were told by experts that this was the coming trend. Disaffected white youth would be going nuts and shooting up public places. That never happened. Shootings at schools tend to be adults and those adults tend to be known lunatics. The Columbine style event never became a trend. The closest we got was Dylan Roof. It’s an example of how the people running the media have a ready supply of ways to blame white men for everything.

The thing about all of our recent massacres is the narrative was quickly revealed, even with the media trying hard to lie about it. A Muslim nutter goes crazy and the media will write endlessly about how the motive is unknown, but the truth gets out pretty quick. The same is true of the random lunatic. In all of these cases, we quickly learn that the perp was under medical care and had a long history of serious mental illness. The political crazies like the BLM guys make their reasons known on Facebook and Twitter.

That’s what makes the Vegas shooting interesting. This is an outlier case in many ways, but the fact that no one seems to know why he did it is the biggest clue. This is a guy with no social media presence. In this age, that’s very rare for anyone his age. For political or religious nuts, it is an impossibility. That’s the thing about these events. They are almost always the denouement to a cycle of madness. The shooter becomes increasingly deranged and then finally moves to do something big.

Similarly, political terrorism is salient only when the reason is made public. The IRA took credit for every single bombing, even some they may not have committed, in order to get their message attached to the news of the bombing. It’s why ISIS, and before them Al-Qaeda, took credit for every death on earth. One of the truths about most of the stuff reported as Islamic terrorism, is that it is just random lunatics who know Arabic. They find a reason to go crazy and attack the infidel on-line and then act on it.

What we have here is a guy who was financially successful, old and boring. The weirdest thing about him, beside the fact he is a mass murderer, is that his brother appears to be nutty as a fruitcake. Otherwise, the guy is a semi-retired boomer, spending his days playing video poker at a local watering hole and tending to his real estate investments. If not for his corpse at the scene, this guy would be on no one’s list of suspects. Maybe there is much more to the story, but for now, this guy is the extremist of extreme outliers.

The one thing we know so far is the guy was a careful planner. He apparently had his wits together enough to spend months planning his work and working his plan. He studied up on firearms, learned about shooting from an elevated position at a distance. The police found notes he made calculating drop and distance so he could increase is killing rate while shooting into the crowd. This is a guy who spent a long time thinking about this and planning for the right event on which to unleash his attack.

The other thing we do know is he decided to kill white people. Even taking what the media reports at face value, this guy spent all of his planning time in order to kill white people. If he had shot up a hip-hop show, one that did not shoot itself up, everyone would have made the connection right away. There are few places as white and middle American as an outdoor country show. White people go to these things to celebrate being a honky with fellow honkies. They are one of the few black-free zones in America.

The conspiracy theorists will run wild with this, but the real story behind this thing may simply be that it is another disaffected Prog Boomer. James Thomas Hodgkinson, the guy who shot Congressman Scalise, was a 66-year old Bernie Bro. Stephen Paddock was a 64-year old, who ticks many of the same boxes. His brother looks like the sort of guy who spends his days listening to NPR and ranting about the Republicans. Given the way the media tried to hide the motive of Hodgkinson, it’s not unreasonable to think this is similar.

The news was full of cranks and quacks after Columbine, telling us that disaffected young white males were going violently crazy. That never happened because young people are very rarely so cynical about their future that they become suicidal. Old people, on the other hand, have lots of reason to fear the future. They not only face the grim reality of the actuarial tables, but the grim reality of present failures. For old Bernie Bros, these are the worst of times. Maybe the future of mass shootings is the suicidal Prog Boomers.

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Islam has moved into the lone wolf scenario for terrorism because it’s cheap and unstoppable. However, I don’t think of it as terrorism. What’s happening in Europe isn’t political it’s low level pressure designed to force the mass conversion of Christians in Europe.
Don’t like having your daughters attacked on the subway, then convert and adopt our cultural norms and it all stops, It not only stops, but now you get to take part by harassing the Christians yourself. The Muslims have been force converting populations for 500 years, and this is how they do it.

Member

Actually, conversion doesn’t protect your daughter. It merely legitimizes the behavior and let’s you join the club.

Member

It does if she starts to wear the gunnysack

Anonymous White Male
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Well, other than being beaten and forced to have sex by her “owner”/husband. But, then, that’s just good discipline and foreplay for Islam.

Ripple
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He looked into the possibility of shooting up the Life is Beautiful festival in Vegas earlier, which includes hip-hop acts, as well as the hipster oriented Lollapalooza in Chicago. So it appears he was looking for any old crowd to shoot up, not specifically white proles.

Pimpkin\'s nephew
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And you know this based on what source?

joe_mama
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Yeah, to me it seemed a likely clearcut case of radicalized leftist. This is the only bit of info that throws that theory into question.

Alzaebo
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Probably why it was tossed out there

Eclectic Esoteric
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Information martial law has been declared. This means they are protecting an oppressed class. My guess it was ISIS inspired.

Saml Adams
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And Paddock is driving the media and the local Progressive population here (measured by Facebook feed) absolutely nuts. I’ve made my living in a business that at its core attempts to convert event risks into priceable probabilities and embed those in an aleatory contract…insurance. Have actually tried to explain that this is exactly the type of event you can’t legislate around to the local Prog populace–the data and information asymmetry is simply too profound. The reaction is “bbbbbuuuutt…..guns!” or some variant. Kids carrying guns around the streets of Chicago? You can get a data grasp on that…in fact, but for… Read more »
Ryan T
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ISIS likely doesn’t worry too much about whether an attack is carries out by highly organized operatives or the lonely muslim loser who reads one of the pamplets, it’s win win for them. Alternatively, the prog media will never implicate itself in its role as incubators of genocidal hate for future prog suicide killers.

TomA
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No one lives for 64 years in this modern world without leaving lots of tracks. The FBI will be able to recreate his persona (and develop a theory of his motivation/actions) with a high degree of accuracy. The interesting question is . . . will they release it to the public? If they try to sell the wishy-washy “we may never know” meme, then they are hiding something. And if it plays out that way, which is worse; a one-time wacko mass killer or a persistently duplicitous FBI.

Saml Adams
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Most interesting clues are the apparent timing of the weapons purchases. Appears he had some sort of “break” last summer. That and the sheer number of rifles he brought to the suite. Even allowing for breakage and overheating, this was serious overkill. And most appeared to be high end AR platforms, not some cheapo Bushmaster from Walmart. A conspiracy theorist would posit that he was the host of a “shooting party” but got stood up. Personally, vote for OCD

Pimpkin\'s nephew
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Agree and disagree. The FBI can indeed build a very detailed profile of almost anyone, quite apart from their footprints on the internet.

Of course the FBI hides the core elements of their investigation. That’s not “hiding something”, it’s their job. Do you honestly think that criminal investigations and provisional findings of the FBI are ‘public domain’?

What’s happening to us, anyway?

I hate the Empire as much as anyone, but when it comes to investigating people who aren’t named Clinton. they still (I hope) are professional.

J Clivas
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“… the people running the media” might be male, but they’re not really white.

james wilson
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They may not be really male either.

Garr
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or people

Member

And male is correct…not a man. A crazy male. And a democrat if voting records haven”t been revised.I have maintained for years now that if we could remove guns from democrat voters, crimes involving guns would drop 90%.

Joey Junger
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The first thing I thought after the attack was Charles Whitman. Not in terms of motive (or lack of motive), just in terms of the logistics of it. Renting a hotel suite is smarter than blockading a door that leads from a library to a rooftop, but, as you mentioned, the guy had his shit together. Maybe an autopsy will reveal a “pecan-sized” Astrocytoma on the guy’s brain, a la Whitman. In any event, the stupid gun grabbers don’t realize this is probably more a matter of gun scope technology than magazine capacity or rate of fire. With a high-enough… Read more »
Philip Nolan
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Joey, please explain your “The dude did not just ‘spray and pray’ comment. Why do you need a scope if you are going to shoot an automatic weapon (or worse, yet, a semi-automatic with a conversion kit that makes accuracy even more problematic)? Why do you need a scope if you are shooting into a crowd? All the evidence (except what was in his, now splattered head) indicates that he did just “spray and pray”. Are you suggesting that he had a specific target in mind, and the mass murder was just to cover up a deadly attack on a… Read more »
Joey Junger
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I don’t know how much you know about guns, but your comment believes me to believe not much. Here’s what I qualified on as background: M2, M4, M16, M249 Squad Auto. I have a lot of experience with the military variation of the weapon this guy used. I’m skeptical of you because you mention he had “no military” experience, as if that mattered while aiming an AR-15 (military experience is not much of a prerequisite with a weapon that well-made). The joke in basic training was that Forrest Gump could do it, so we should be able to, as well.… Read more »
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I’m glad someone is here with experience on military automatic weapons! A few things have been bothering me, so I hope you can explain them: 1/The sound of the weapon as heard on the Taxi driver video. It doesn’t sound to me like a poodle-shooter 5.56 from 32 stories up, it sounds more like a SAW close by; and 2/No flashes are seen from the 32nd story room where the lone gunman was pumping out rounds in any of the videos. Don’t know how that could be; and lastly, 3/How do you accurately aim a semiautomatic rifle with bump-stock for… Read more »
Joey Junger
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To address your questions, in order. 1) I’ve heard the weapon, and its rate actually sounds slow compared to a SAW if you have the trigger depressed (I have literally melted barrels with my 249, which is why we carried spares in Iraq). I don’t know if he was using a “poodle-shooter” but I do know, as fierce as that fire sounds, it is a “poodle shooter” compared to real military arms, like the SAW, the .50 with the butterfly depressor, or the mini-guns used on the UH’s. If this guy had the kind of firepower people are talking about,… Read more »
Member

You simply can’t use a scope realistically with a bump-fire stock. The whole rifle is oscillating back and forth in your hands. You’d be lucky if you could see the target reticle at all in daylight, no less keep it pointed at anything particular at night.

Member
Thanks! What you said makes sense (which is a lot more than I can say about some of the “reporting” on this incident.) I’m still puzzled about the sound, though. The nearby weapon in that taxi driver video sure sounds like a heavier weapon than a 5.56, and it sure sounds close by; but you’re right, a SAW would have resulted in a lot more casualties. Which is another thing that puzzles me: a field full of wounded & dead, yet no loud sobbing/crying/moaning. Someone else pointed this out, but they’re right; it’s strange. I guess I’m still too used… Read more »
dave
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So, if you went bird hunting, would you shoot at the flock or pick a target?

Joey Junger
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You use “shot,” not bullets for birds (unless you want to ruin the meat), so that the question is answered by the type of ammunition you use, not by a personal decision. If this guy had been using a shotgun, he basically would have been pissing into the wind, since their accuracy dissipates with the spread/widening of the target radius. But when you’re trying to kill humans your object is the opposite of when you’re trying to shoot birds (unless you want to kill and eat people, and preserve their meat, which, who knows, maybe Idi Amin or Robert Mugabi… Read more »
Saml Adams
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In bird hunting, you always pick a target. As a kid hunting quail, used to see guys just fire at the flush and bring nothing down. Over and over. Never learned. Personally, think the guy was using the prior stays to scout, no differently than we’d do in the couple months prior to deer season. He wanted to see how densely people were packed in the venue, how they moved in and out, when the crowds peaked, how much visible security was there, PD and private. This was a methodical guy. Then he just solved for the trajectory components–guessing about… Read more »
soapweed
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What type of bird hunting? Distance? Are you using a shotgun or .22, Legal or not? Not too good n analogy….soapweed

Saml Adams
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Only time ever used a .22 for bird hunting was the (illegal) removal of some nuisance geese. Subsonic, head shots. Long time ago, so the Federal statute of limitations has expired.

Member

Even shooting at a crowd from the distance he was shooting from would be much more efficient with a scope. Using iron sights in a high fire rate situation with lots of smoke generated at the end of the muzzle can make it hard to maintain visualization of even a relatively large target.

Joey Junger
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I want to know if he used any kind of suppressor (not for the sound, since silencers that are whisper quiet are only in movies) but a flash suppressor to keep maybe a SWAT sniper from seeing his muzzle flash.

Member

I haven’t seen any description of his arms other than that they were expensive and customized. I wouldn’t be surprised if they were fitted out with flash supressors and muzzle brakes. But if he was using bump stocks, a good muzzle brake would be counterproductive.

Tom From RFNJ
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I have my own theory of what might have been on his mind. It’s baseless and unconnected to anything really. Mostly just an assessment of his character as an Omega personality type on the Vox Day/Heartiste spectrum, and being motivated by the gap between his own self assessed ‘awesomeness’ and the degradation of our culture as a Hypergamous playground for the young and attractive, that didn’t jive with that assessment. That volatile, emotionally over-reactive and resentful type is all I can imagine for the guy. It’s as good as anything else out there right now. (I put the longer piece… Read more »
Philip Nolan
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This business with the notes found in the hotel room, where he calculated trajectory and “drop”, makes no sense. You calculate trajectory if you are trying to hit a specific target. If you are shooting into a crowd of 20,000 people you are not worried about trajectory and bullet drop, particularly if you are firing an automatic weapon that effectively becomes an anti-aircraft weapon after the first few rounds. Even more so with a semiautomatic weapon with a screwball attachment to increase rate of fire. You are not aiming because you can not keep the site picture with such a… Read more »
bad guest
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There’s doesn’t seem to be any need for any “calculations” either. You can just look this stuff up online. It’s not hard to find.

Like here http://gundata.org/blog/post/223-ballistics-chart/

I don’t even have much experience with rifles and I knew how to do that. How come this sperged out gun expert had to do some calcs on a sheet of paper?

A.T. Tapman
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Bullet drop calculations change as you fire downhill or uphill. The elevation differential between the shooter and the victims was about 350 feet, at that elevation the bullet drop would have decreased by about 25% if the targets were 400 meters away. If you picture the shooter, the base of the building, the target, and the flight of the bullet as the hypotenuse, you will easily see why this is so.

I think this another case of TDS, Trump Derangement Syndrome. The other possible venues are fake news to hide the left’s insanity.

bad guest
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No they don’t. I thought this at first too. But acceleration due to gravity doesn’t change, no matter what angle you fire they gun at, so the drop in the bullet due to gravity is the same no matter what angle you fire the gun at.

bad guest
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You just need to use the horizontal distance (x axis) to the target in both the downhill case and the elevated case and you will get the same drop. It would have been relatively easy for the shooter to determine that, by walking it off.

A.T. Tapman
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Believe what you will but keep in mind from an elevated position the bullet flight is the hypotenuse of the triangle, the longest leg, and the bullet flight IS the range to target.

bad guest
Guest

Of course Tapman is right and I am an ignoramus. You have to separate velocity into its horizontal and vertical components in order to figure out the time here.

Since tables assume the full muzzle velocity for horizontal velocity, they won’t work here (though they won’t be THAT far off, since the angle here is only about 17 degrees.

This is what I get for getting on the computer before I’ve had any coffee.

Sam J.
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“…But acceleration due to gravity doesn’t change, no matter what angle you fire they gun at,…” Your correct but the sight pattern does. The bullet starts dropping the second it leaves the barrel. When you sight in a gun at say 100 yards you are actually sighting higher than parallel to the ground,(a laser connected to the barrel would aim high as it’s a perfect straight horizontal line). So you are sighting in the “drop” of the bullet at 100 yards. You’re shooting, with respect to the 100 yard target up into the air in a parabola and it’s dropping… Read more »
Member

It does go along with OCD combined with not very much experience.

Member

Until we see the actual numbers on the note, we won’t know if they are ballistic numbers or bank account numbers. As Bad Guest noted, pretty easy to look up bullet drops, and if you’re shooting a known distance, 31 inches is pretty easy to remember if you’re a numbers guy like the shooter was.

Andy Texan
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Progressive true believers have a high level of hatred especially for the designated villains. An unbalanced progressive believer might very well decide to act on the hate mantra. This perpetrator struck me an a progressive from the start.

Abelard Lindsey
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Paddock may have just been a sociopathic killer, much like a serial killer. It is well-known to FBI profilers that the vast majority of serial killer victims are the same race as the killer himself. This tells me its personal. Paddock may have been fulfilling a life time childhood grudge, acting out a revenge against the people who are like those who tormented him as a child. That Paddock specifically targeted an event of white people, just like himself, suggests that it was somehow personal.

Jake Saga
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Paddack didn’t do it. Look at the released photo. He wasn’t shot in the head. He bled out through his mouth after being shot in the lungs. The shell casing you can see behind him was placed there afterwards. It is shiny, no blood on it. Huge #’s of people reported multiple shooters. The official story, constantly changing, is a cover-up. Why? I don’t know. The victims were white Christians, however.

Sam J.
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I agree with you. The taxi video has one shooter close and another or others far away. I don’t believe the shots line up in time so the lower pitched ones aren’t echos. The difference is sound is in no way subtle. Listen to it yourself.

Member
Some men just want to watch the world burn. Until I hear otherwise, that’s the category I put him in. Seems like he’s been planning it for years. It’s entirely possible that we’ll never know. I find it more likely, however, that he drove his online avatar deep under ground to cover his tracks. Probably fantasized about murdering lots of people, and found a way to maximize his efficiency and enjoyment of that fantasy. If he put cameras up to monitor the hall, he wanted to go out on his own terms…fantasy satisfied. People like that, their final revenge, is… Read more »
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For the life of me. WHY are the media concerned with WHY? Who cares what the media wants or deems necessary for us in the great unwashed public?.Nothing will change the outcome. Nothing they say will mean squat. The WHY won’t change or prevent it happening again. You can’t fix crazy. Proof? People still vote for democrats.

Pimpkin\'s nephew
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All the ballistics talk is stupid, an alternative to watching the NFL… if the guy had a small atomic bomb, I think he would have used it. So ballistics would no longer be the thing would it? The man wanted to kill lots of people. I’m sure he had his reasons, as no doubt Jeffrey Dahmer had for raping and murdering gay lovers, then storing their organs in his freezer. I remember the world when crazy shit happened and you just called it what it was: “crazy shit”. Ah, but what can be expected in an age when hurricanes are… Read more »
Sam J.
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What I would like people to make me understand is why you believe one damn word the media says? Why condemn a guy showing no signs of any sort of mass shooter behavior just because they blurt out it in the media.

I don’t believe everything is a conspiracy but if there are signs that the evidence doesn’t add up in the media story I don’t believe a damn word they’re saying.

“If the echos don’t fit then the media is full of shit”

Member

Does anyone really believe the crap the fake media is pushing?

Pimpkin\'s nephew
Guest

Sadly, yes. I know college professors (well, one or two) who’d believe that Donald Trump is a vampire, if they read in the NYT.

Dutch
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Read John Ringo’s essay on Facebook. Occam’s razor.

Glen Filthie
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I don’t understand the obsession. Evil walks the earth, end of story. There’s apolitical and irreligious nutters too, Z. I don’t accept that this could be a conspiracy either – if it were we would have the details and the narrative out already. If this were a proggie thing there would have been a moral to it for all us stupid dirt people to learn from too – but even Diane Feinstein admitted that no gun laws would have prevented this. Guns weren’t this nutter’s deadliest weapons – his intellect was. If he couldn’t lay hands on guns, he’d have… Read more »
Jake Saga
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We do have the narrative of the conspiracy. It’s the mainstream media’s narrative. White men are evil. Now conservatives will be more supportive of gun control. The idea that a likely intel contractor did this, rather than getting caught up on in it and stabbed in the back, is absurd.
It’s always amazing that people who claim to be onto the system’s very real conspiracy to destroy our civilization and very genetic legacy will believe the official narrative here. But then, they probably also believe Oswald did it, too.

Andrew
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There are many questions that may never be answered on this. Hopefully when the investigation is completed the FBI and what not will release their findings. I suspect that since there hasn’t been anything released on his political leanings they were probably more toward as our host referred to a Prog Boomer. It is one of those read between the lines things. Always notice the political affiliation of certain members are never mentioned. Or how it is always youths running wild in the streets. It has been reported that he purchased a large amount of his hardware during the month… Read more »
Bill Robbins
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So far, this large-scale crime is the most scantily reported event of its kind that I can recall. There is a veritable black-out of credible information.

Desdichado
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Pictures of Paddock wearing a pussy hat have been circulated all week. He was quiet, but not that quiet. Getting caught up in the prog-lunacy cult is the most likely motive.

Sam J.
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Oh so they have pictures of him wearing a pussy hat. Not unusual.

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Karl McHungus
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the vegas shooter was involved with the US intelligence community, I believe, and went rogue at the end. all that money he was funneling through casinos was not coming from real-estate success. it looks like he was setting up for multiple shooters to be at that hotel suite with him. also looks like someone else shot him from up close, leaving paddock’s corpse behind as the ultimate patsy.

Alzaebo
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He and his gal’s history reek of Agency.
A false flag setup that went sideways?
Suspicious lack of interest.

Karl McHungus
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serial killers are usually about twisted sexual drives (see dhamer and bundy and ramirez), but the guy in LV was not a serial killer so any such talk is misplaced.

JamesG
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No one asks “What was the motive?” for serial killers.

Jack the Ripper, Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Henry Lee Lucas, Jeffrey Dahmer, etc., all killed–over and over again–because …

… serial killing is the ultimate power trip.

Turning living people into pieces of meat satisfies sick egos.

The Las Vegas killer simply did in a few minutes what serial killers do over months or even years.

There’s your motive.

Stop spending our money searching for ghosts.

Al from da Nort
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Another possibility: The motive is hiding in plain sight. He’s a Prog Bernie Bro and his motive is *Ban The Guns_!*

Sadly this theory is not original to me: https://www.steynonline.com/8162/theory-of-the-case

The above explication is a pretty good fit for the known facts, particularly if he was a rich Prog with some terminal disease or a brain tumor

Ryan
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The OKC bombing was also an unusual case. McVeigh saw the video of the ATF killing all those people at the Davidian complex outside Waco and just kind of lost it. You kill people from my tribe, I kill people from your tribe. It was more reprisal than terrorism.

Sam J.
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“…McVeigh saw the video of the ATF killing all those people at the Davidian complex outside Waco and just kind of lost it…”

Really? Remember the official story was McVeigh flunked the Ranger course and was out of the military selling stuff at gun shows but…a documentary film maker was shooting a totally unrelated documentary at Camp Grafton and who was there but McVeigh. Look for yourself @0:45.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVl6mwtLrsk

Longer versions for more info and context.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2fN7H1uQNY

sirlancelot
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This guy just doesn’t fit the profile. Ted Kaczynski living in a shack with no electricity, recluse, no social skills = complete lunatic The Sandy Hook shooter ? Just one look at that kid’s picture and you can tell he’s a bug. This guy’s out in the public, high roller in the casino , pilot , real estate deals , lots of interaction with people. To get to that level of crazy most killers withdraw from the public and start listening to the voices in their head. Have a little faith in the FBI actually doing something with this. After… Read more »
Sam J.
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You really got to look at this. This guy has used the time delays in between the bullet hitting the ground and the report to show that there’s two shooters. One at about 450 yards and one at about 250 yards. He also shows the areas in a circle where the 250 yard shooter could be. This is not a hyped click bait. It’s some science guy why ran the distances and times in spreadsheets even accounting for the velocity drop of a .223 round. This is a great video. To me this is the exact same as building 7… Read more »
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