This thing just isn’t sitting right with me. Two young people murder 2 police officers, drape the “Don’t Tread On Me” flag on their victim’s bodies, declare the start of “the revolution” and are dead before they can explain. They coincidentally have been frequent commenters on Alex Jones’ website, and (more coincidentally) just happened to be at the Bundy Ranch, and (somehow) ended up interviewed on TV by main-stream media at the Bundy stand-off. These 2 nuts do not resemble ANYONE I have met among constitutional conservatives and “Tea Party” types. They are not us, but are tailor made to pretend to be us.
It’s time we subject this story to the kind of scrutiny that has been focussed on other stories, like Sandy Hook, Benghazi and the Boston Marathon news narratives. Let’s ask questions, really skeptical questions:
What happened to the shooters’ bodies?
What are their personal histories (families, schools, affiliations)?
Have the shooters’ families been heard from?
Do they exist, or are we looking at cleverly crafted personas?
What kinds of drugs have they been taking? Is there an autopsy?
These are questions, not answers. ~ TD
False Flag: Las Vegas Shooter Conspiracy Unfolding!
Fans of Alex Jones? Really? Tea Party “Don’t Tread On Me” flags? Really? Declaration of “the revolution” while standing over the bodies? Really? Involved in movement to defend Bundy Ranch? Really?
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Alex Jones weighs in on Vegas shooters:
We don’t see a feeding frenzy in the media on this story. And the several other gun nut incidents have also seemingly been ignored. This, too, is suspicious. The government-controled-media have gone silent on stories that have typically been a signal to demand the confiscation of guns from the population. Is there a bigger game afoot? Is a trap about to be sprung?
After reviewing some videos by Jerad Miller, it is clear he could do something irrational. If so, the main-stream narrative that the Millers are fruitcakes associated with Tea Party and conspiracy theorists could actually be true.
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Again, this is a call to ask questions.
Your thoughts are welcome.