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On the Two Year Anniversary of the Las Vegas Shooting, There Are Still No Answers

This is one of the biggest cover-ups in American history.

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It is the two-year anniversary of the Las Vegas shooting today, allegedly perpetrated by lone gunman Stephen Paddock, and there has been no evidence produced publicly to validate the official story.

58 people were murdered in the slaughter, with an additional 900 being injured as a result of the attack, which allegedly happened from the Mandalay Bay hotel to the Route 91 Harvest music festival on October 1, 2017. Investigators would give no motive for Paddock’s actions and withhold the video evidence from public scrutiny.

A former high-level law enforcement official told Big League Politics last year that it was possibly a joint ANTIFA-ISIS terrorist attack. With the way the feds are known to protect ANTIFA from consequences from their violent actions, it is not a far-fetched notion.

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The report stated:

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Big League Politics spoke with a former high-level law enforcement official who says that the Las Vegas massacre could plausibly have been a joint operation between Antifa and ISIS.

“In short, in my experience it is most likely this was an ISIS operation and the evidence strongly points that way,” said a former FBI counter-terrorism agent. “Authorities have no alternative line of investigation. The most frightening possibility is that this was a joint ISIS-Antifa operation.”

It is becoming apparent that hard left organizations like Antifa are cozying up to radical Islamic groups, according to the FBI and multiple other sources.

“There is clearly overwhelming evidence that there are growing ties between U.S. radicals and the Islamic State, as well as several ISIS offshoots and splinter groups,” said an FBI field report delivered to former Acting Director Andrew McCabe on July 11, 2017.

The connection between leftist groups like ANTIFA and Islamic jihadists was first exposed by Edward Klein in his book “All Out War: The Plot to Destroy Trump.”

Last summer, the FBI sent a task force to Hamburg, Germany during the G20 summit where President Donald J. Trump spoke. The law enforcement group tracked leftist rioters like Antifaschistische Aktion, an Antifa affiliate, and made a shocking discovery.

“The task force covered G20 meeting in Hamburg, studied intel from local authorities, Interpol, and other assets, determined that as assumed U.S.-backed anarchist/radical groups had traveled to Germany and took place in the violence,” the FBI’s summary said. “There is also evidence of meetings between these individuals and associates of ISIS. There is an urgent need to closely surveil the identified individuals.”

Making matters even more suspicious, Las Vegas cops were forced to turn off their body cams as they were responding during the carnage:

Similar to the mysterious death of Democrat-connected sex predator Jeffrey Epstein in August, it is unlikely we will ever find out the truth about what happened in Las Vegas two years ago.

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Vegas Shooting: FBI Says Cased Closed With No Motive After 16 Months

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Vegas Shooting No Motive

After well over a year of investigating the tragic Las Vegas mass shooting in 2017 that left 58 people dead and countless more injured, the FBI concluded its investigation without a motive for shooter Stephen Paddock.

The FBI’s 16 month investigation of the Mandalay Bay shooting, in which Paddock opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle on a crowd of country music fans, concluded with no clear motive for Paddock’s killing spree. It noted that Paddock may have wanted to live up to his father’s name, become famous in death, or may have simply become “bored” with life, but identified no specific motive.

According to the FBI’s report:

The LVRP found no evidence that Paddock’s attack was motivated by any ideological or political beliefs. The LVRP concludes that Paddock’s attack was neither directed, inspired, nor enabled by ideologically-motivated persons or groups. Paddock was not seeking to further any religious,social, or political agenda through his actions.The LVRP further assesses that Paddock conspire with no one; he acted alone.

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The LVRP concludes that there was no single or clear motivating factor behind Paddock’s attack. Throughout his life, Paddock went to great lengths to keep his thoughts private, and that extended to his final thinking about this mass murder. Active shooters rarely have a singular motive or reason for engaging in a mass homicide. More often their motives are a complex merging of developmental issues, interpersonal relationships, clinical issues, and contextual stressors. The LVRP assesses that in this regard, Paddock was no different.

The report also notes that Paddock wanted to die by suicide, planned the attack for over a year, and that his “decision to murder people while being entertained was consistent with his personality.”

Several pieces of information uncovered by Big League Politics journalists are not mentioned in the final report.

There is no mention of who was in Paddock’s hotel room making noise complaints while Paddock was traveling back to his home to retrieve weapons, the identities of the three female guests Paddock had in his room, or why his girlfriend, a foreign national, deleted her Facebook after the shooting but before Paddock had been identified.

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