Stop politicizing mass shootings to fit your pro-gun control agenda. Seriously. The families and friends of nearly 60 people are mourning the tragic loss of their loved ones, and the families and friends of over 500 more are waiting for results from surgeries and preparing for what life will look like with the injuries their loved ones have sustained.
It does not matter what is or is not legal—the last time I checked, mass murder was illegal, and it still happens, even with strict gun control laws.
Now, if you want to pursue justice for the victims of this shooting, the best thing that you can do is to demand the truth of what actually happened, and that means daring to question the official narrative.
Police reports claim this shooting, which has been dubbed the deadliest mass shooting in modern history, lasted less than 5 minutes, yet it was carried out by only one shooter.
This suspect managed to transport nearly two dozen firearms, most of which were rifles, thousands of rounds of ammunition and other supplies up to his hotel room without drawing any attention to himself, and the cleaning crew that checked his room daily noticed nothing out of the ordinary.
This man was living a happy, retired, wealthy life with no clear motive to kill anyone, and despite the fact that he had no military training, he was able to take down hundreds of people from a distance, in the dark, firing out of two different windows, while reloading his weapons at super-human speed.
There are also numerous witness accounts claiming there were multiple shooters, and there is video footage that appears to show gunfire from multiple locations. But we’re the crazy conspiracy theorists if we even ask about the possibility of there being multiple shooters involved?
I wasn’t there on the night of the shooting, and I can’t tell you what did or did not happen, but I can say that there appear to be a number of holes in the official narrative, and the best way to pursue justice for the victims and their families is to start asking questions about why so many witness accounts claim there were multiple shooters, yet the police were so quick to blame everything on one suspect.