Why Is There A Media Blackout Around The Las Vegas Massacre?

 Or is there? One month on from the Las Vegas shooting – the worst mass-shooting in U.S. history – the TV, press and even social media has censored all discussion of the attack. The survivors of the shooting as well as the American public are still without any answers, as all information and discussion over the shooting has all but vanished.

Zerohedge.com reports:  The official timeline of the Vegas shooting has changed three times. A week before the attack, Paddock wired $100,000 to an account in the Philippines. Paddock also took cruises to ports in the Middle East. Paddock’s laptop was also missing its hard drive when recovered in his hotel room.

Despite a month of being told otherwise, it’s now been revealed that police did discharge fire in Paddock’s hotel room upon entry… but why, if Paddock had already killed himself before police breached the room?

Las Vegas massacre completely disappears from the news cycle

Jesus Campos is the security guard who first reportedly found Paddock as he started his killing spree, and was shot in the leg in the process.  However, he not only disappeared after scheduling several television interviews, but it’s now been revealed Campos reportedly left the country just days after the Vegas shooting.

WHY DID AUTHORITIES LET CAMPOS LEAVE THE COUNTRY IN THE MIDDLE OF AN INVESTIGATION? HOW DID CAMPOS TRAVEL UNHINDERED WITH A GUNSHOT WOUND IN HIS LEG?

Not only that, but Campos was said to have been last heard from when he went to a walk-in health clinic… but a spokesperson for UMC Quick Care – the facility Campos supposedly went to – said they had “heard nothing” about Campos visiting them.


On top of all of that, Campos only re-emerged to do a fluff, softball interview on Ellen. DeGeneres guides Campos along the interview, essentially framing and explaining the timeline of events so Campos didn’t have to. At times, the interview even seems scripted. Don’t take my word for that, I implore you to watch and see if you agree:

Plainly, things aren’t adding up with the Vegas shooting. Paddock was in an area with extremely heavy surveillance, yet no stills or video of him have been released to the public. No potential motive has been released. Really, no answers to any of the questions that arose in result of the story not adding up have been addressed… instead, the Vegas massacre has vanished from cable news channels and the public mind.

Another note to add, in just the span of a month, 4 survivors of the Vegas shooting have died. Notably, both Kymberley Suchomel and Danny Contreras both publicly claimed there were multiple gunmen the night of the mass shooting.Dennis and Lorraine Carver died after their Mercedes smashed into a metal gate and exploded into flames. Per CNN:

The couple’s youngest daughter, 16-year-old Madison Carver, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that she heard the crash from her bedroom. When she ran outside and down the street to find out what had happened, she recognized her family’s vehicle in flames.

By the time their daughter heard the crash (which only happened about a half mile from the Carver’s home) and ran down the road to see what had happened, the car was engulfed in flames… Much like everything else pertaining to the Vegas shooting, the story just doesn’t make sense.

Here we are, a month later – with exactly what we had immediately in the aftermath of the shooting: nothing. No answers, no coverage, no questions… nothing.

ALL OF US SHOULD BE ASKING MANY QUESTIONS – IF ONLY TO OURSELVES – ABOUT WHY THE NARRATIVE BEHIND VEGAS ISN’T ADDING UP…

Compare the massacre in Vegas to the terrorist attack that happened yesterday in New York. Within hours, we knew the name of the terrorist, had a picture of him, had his history as a refugee in the U.S. under a “diversity visa”, and had a note declaring allegiance to ISIS. We have timelines and what the terrorist was doing in the hours, days before the attack…

…YET IN THE CASE OF STEPHEN PADDOCK, NOTHING.


The victims of the Las Vegas shooting – R.I.P.The victims of the Las Vegas shooting – R.I.P.

We owe it to the victims to not let this simply fade away. We owe it to their memory to ask why the narrative behind the shooting stinks. We owe it to their legacy to question and demand answers from our public representatives when discussion and coverage is being obviously stone-walled. Nary a peep has come from any legacy media concerning Vegas in the past month, and that alone should make you question what’s really going on. You don’t have to delve into conspiracy theories or hack-witted ideas of a hoax. Merely ask yourself…

Where did the investigative coverage on the Vegas shooting go? Why did the story drop out of the news cycle with so many unanswered questions?

The worst mass-shooting in America yet and seemingly everyone has shrugged their shoulders, thrown up their hands, and declared indifference until the next one.

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WHY? Because the details of this investigation are being totally controlled by the high paid lawyers of MGM Mandalay Bay. They are obviously trying to manipulate the official timeline, in order to mitigate their legal liability in the growing numbers of multi-million dollar law suits. LV Law enforcement (Hacks) are taking their marching orders from the MGM legal team. No one makes a move without coordinating it with those people. The FBI team that controls the evidence, are no better. They aren't helping matters for the victims either. Just like the uninterested Leftist CORRUPT media, I never expected that entity to be fair & honest anyway. 

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