Tucker Carlson of Fox News is still covering the Las Vegas shooting,
On the other hand, the rest of the idiots in the MSM and political class have – quite suspiciously – dropped the Las Vegas shooting and their inane calls for gun control like a hot potato.
Inquiring minds want to know: why would they do such a thing, especially given their collective lust to seize arbitrary control over all guns?
I suspect it’s because their “investigation” has been totally compromised and their cooked-up narrative has totally fallen apart due to such absurdities as: (1) press conferences being given by a visibly nervous sheriff; (2) embarrassing timeline discrepancies and revisions; (3) confirmed reports of unilaterally wiping eyewitness cell phone videos and pictures clean; (4) allowing a break-in into Stephen Paddock’s house; (5) refusing to fully share the mystery note found in Paddock’s hotel room; (6) refusing to share any meaningful video footage of Paddock; (7) preventing serious reporters, like Laura Loomer, from being present and asking questions at press conferences; (8) and the strange disappearance and reappearance of Jesse Campos – and his 8:00 minute long interview with MGM connected Ellen DeGeneres, where she all but announced the death of the narrative by ending the interview with the bizarre comment that Jesse would never tell his story again.
Moreover, the lone gunman narrative has crumbled by an emerging expert consensus – based on careful analyses of video and audio footage – that at least one belt-fed weapon was used and that at least two shooters were firing.
But arguably the biggest killer of the elite manufactured, gun-confiscation enabling “lone wolf” narrative is the avalanche of testimony from honest, intelligent, reliable and independent civilian and police eye-witnesses that there were multiple shooters at multiple locations:
Finally, something tells me the FBI and Las Vegas Police won’t be sharing their own audio, video, ballistic, forensic, and medical and autopsy reports any time soon.
The good news is that, by all appearances, the narrative is dead and with it the elite gun control agenda. Both were killed by the rapid, internet mediated communication of facts and logic by honest folk who only want the truth.
The bad news is that a real investigation will probably never get done and we’ll probably never get to the truth of what happened.
I suppose what happens in Vegas is destined to stay in Vegas.