On the night of October 1, 2017, we are told a single gunman, 64-year-old multimillionaire Stephen Craig Paddock, fired an automatic weapon from his hotel suite on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas, killing 59 and wounding more than 500 at an outdoor country-music concert across the street.
The FBI quickly dismissed an ISIS claim of responsibility for the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history. But according to InfoWars, claiming an unnamed FBI source, police found radical Left Antifa literature (as well as innumerable guns and rifles) in Paddock’s hotel room.
Lending credence to Paddock being an Antifa member or sympathizer is a message posted on Melbourne Antifa’s Facebook page yesterday, referring to Paddock as “one of our comrades from our Las Vegas branch”:
Melbourne Antifa quickly deleted that post, but not before it was archived in the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. You can see it for yourself here.
In April 2016, the Obama administration’s FBI and DHS issued a confidential report, Baseline Comparison of US and Foreign Anarchist Extremist Movements, which classified Antifa as “domestic terrorists”.
- Antifa website calls for violence against Trump supporters
- Police arrest Antifa ethics prof. Eric Clanton for bikelock assaults at Berkeley protest
- Antifa domestic terrorists, incl. teachers & professors, want an end to USA
- Antifa attempts to stab innocent man over “neo-Nazi” haircut
- Antifa professor Mike Isaacson who wants cops dead put on administrative leave
- The secret life of Antifa professor Mike Isaacson:smothering/choking/mummification fetishes