Today’s Campaign Update
(Because The Campaign Never Ends)
- In the wake of the John F. Kennedy assassination, conspiracy researchers soon began chronicling the “suspicious” deaths of dozens of witnesses and others who had relevant information that conflicted with the official version of the killing that had been compiled by the Warren Commission. Many of the deaths were due to natural causes, and not really suspicious at all. Others, well, seemed awfully convenient.
- Rose Cheramie, who told dozens of hospital workers on November 20-21 that the President would be shot in Dallas, victim of a hit and run on the rural roads of West Texas. Famous reporter Dorothy Kilgallen, who had just finished an interview with Jack Ruby and told friends at dinner she was about to “break the Kennedy case wide open,” found dead the next morning in a guest bed she never slept in, her death ruled a suicide. Gary Underhill, a former CIA agent who claimed the agency was involved, dead of a gunshot wound to the head. A reporter and Ruby’s first lawyer, both of whom were in Ruby’s apartment the day he killed Lee Harvey Oswald, dead in suspicious circumstances. On and on the list goes.
- To those skeptical of the official version of events, it seems obvious a cover-up is taking place, and those responsible for the killing of a president are willing to go to any lengths to preserve the official narrative. Meanwhile, the mainstream news media – which we now know, thanks to the recent release of previously-withheld documents, was infiltrated by no fewer than 40 CIA operatives – maintains a monolithic and curious lack of curiosity in reporting on anything that conflicts with the Warren Report, and still maintains that posture 54 years later.
- All of which brings me to the recent mass murder of 58 people in Las Vegas, where we have now had 7 witnesses die, several under suspicious circumstances, in the weeks following the event. The lawyer for the country music event whose attendees were targeted; the valet who parked the killer’s car when he checked into the Mandalay Bay on September 25, not September 28 as the original official narrative claimed; three witnesses who claimed to have been attacked by shooters that were in the crowd itself; a person of interest who was being sought by law enforcement officials; a married couple who had been speaking out against the official narrative being pushed by law enforcement; all dead within a handful of weeks following the killings.
- To be fair, given that there were thousands of attendees at the music venue that evening, and hundreds of other potential witnesses to the killings, simple laws of probability dictate that there were going to be people turning up dead over the last five weeks. That’s how life works, unfortunately. But the circumstances of some of these deaths do seem suspicious.
- Take the married couple, Las Vegas residents Dennis and Lorraine Carver, for example. They died just a few hundred yards from their home when, according to law enforcement, Mr. Carver, on a street with which he is extremely familiar, just lost control of his car, ran off the road into a wall, after which his very expensive modern car just happened to burst into flames. Folks, modern automobiles don’t just explode when they run into walls. That happens every time in movies and on television, but is incredibly rare in real life.
- But the same law enforcement officials responsible for investigating the mass killings stick to this Hollywood portrayal of this “accident”, and the news media exhibits no curiosity about it at all.
- In fact, the mainstream news media has monolithically just moved on from reporting on the largest mass shooting in modern times almost altogether. Oh, CNN will occasionally spit out the obligatory meaningless story about Sheriff Joe Lombardo telling a local Las Vegas TV host that he suspects that Paddock’s girlfriend might be hiding something (Gosh, you think?) and that the killer had gambling debts (Wow! What a revelation!), but there is literally no investigative reporting by anyone in the mainstream news media going on related to the mass killing, and hasn’t been since a few days after the event.
- If any of this surprises you, look at it this way: If the CIA had 40 operatives in the handful of mainstream media outlets that existed in our country in 1963, think about how many operatives the CIA, Homeland Security and the myriad other federal intelligence agencies that have propagated in the last half-century probably have working at these fake news outlets today.
- The government has its official narrative related to the Las Vegas massacre: a “lone gunman” whose motives are not clear even to his own family members, obtaining firearms in the months leading up to the event, who shot from a window high up in a building overlooking the killing field, a man who had held jobs with the federal government for years prior to the event….
- Wait, am I describing Lee Harvey Oswald, or Stephen Paddock? Odd, huh?
- If all of this makes me sound like a “conspiracy theorist,” well, I’m ok with that. I’d much rather be labeled a conspiracy theorist than a blind parrot.
Just another day in obviously false government narratives America.
That is all.
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Today’s Campaign Update
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- It is hard to remember any modern criminal investigation in the United States that was botched as badly in its public communications as the investigation into the Las Vegas massacre has been thus far. The Orlando night club shootings were a mess, but at least investigators into that terrorist attack had a relatively believable narrative and timeline nailed down within about 48 hours of the incident. The same was true of the San Bernardino terrorist assault – within a few days of that mass murder, law enforcement appeared to have the salient facts of the case pretty well nailed down and communicated to the public.
- Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the ongoing (we think, anyway) investigation (such as it may be) into the mass shootings in Las Vegas, which killed 58 innocent people and wounded almost 500. The investigators in this case still do not appear to have nailed down the simplest, most basic facts of the case, starting with when the shooter checked into the damn hotel.
- On Friday, Las Vegas Metro PD Sheriff Joe Lombardo seemed to confirm that, after 12 full days of claiming that the shooter checked into the Mandalay Bay Resort on September 28, he and his crack staff of investigators finally got with the hotel’s front desk, had them hit a few keys on their computer, and determined that he actually checked in on September 25. This is a fact many ordinary people have known for at least a week, thanks to the revelation by hotel employees of both a room service receipt dated September 27, and a valet receipt in the shooter’s name dated – guess what? – September 25. This really is not that hard, Sheriff.
- But maybe Sheriff Lombardo didn’t confirm that as an actual fact – it’s almost impossible to tell, given that he is possibly the most nervous, shifty, and inept public speaker in the history of American law enforcement. Maybe he’s nervous because he isn’t used to this role. No, wait, that can’t be it, since he has performed the role of public spokesman on hundreds of criminal investigations in the past. Maybe he’s so nervous because he’s embarrassed that his investigation thus far has been such an abject cluster-you-know-what. That could be it – the Sheriff does at least appear to be a person with some sense of self-awareness.
- Or maybe, as is typical of so many public speakers, he’s so extremely, visibly nervous because he doesn’t really believe the narrative he is reciting is actually true. Maybe he’s so extremely, visibly, tremblingly nervous because of that beady-eyed FBI guy standing just behind his left shoulder monitoring each and every word he says. That might have something to do with it.
- Regardless of the reasons for his nervousness before the cameras, somebody needs to get Sheriff Lombardo some lessons in public communications, fast. Here are some lessons some smart communications professional could teach him:
- It does not inspire confidence when you break off eye contact every time you recite some “fact” or “timeline” discovered by your investigation. People who believe what they’re saying typically have no problem looking their questioner or the camera in the eye when they answer;
- Given the FBI’s recent history of major corruption and defrauding the American public, it does not inspire a lick of confidence when you tell us that “We are standing hand-in-hand with the FBI in the continuance of this investigation”, as you said in your no-questions press conference yesterday. For informed Americans, that is actually a cause for alarm;
- Speaking of that press conference, it does not inspire any confidence at all when you hold a press conference, strictly limit its attendance only to press members you approve, and then refuse to take questions;
- If you feel you have to say “There is no conspiracy between the FBI, LVMPD, or the MGM,” you have a credibility problem of your own doing, from which it is probably impossible to recover; and finally
- If you hold a press conference at which you say and do all of these things and basically offer no real, new information at all, then you shouldn’t have held the press conference.
- To be clear, neither I nor anyone else knows if there is any sort of conspiracy among law enforcement to push any sort of false narrative about this horrible crime. It could just be that Sheriff Lombardo really is the most inept spokesman for any major criminal investigation in modern times.
- What I do know is that the story we’re being told right now is so filled with holes it could serve as your kitchen collander. It is simply not believable, for instance, that this shooter was a guest at the Mandalay Bay for a full week and was never captured by any of the hotel’s thousands of security cameras. Not possible. Period. It is simply not believable that his multiple computers contained no useful information about his background or his preparations for this crime, which, if law enforcement is to be believed, spanned months, if not years.
- The American public deserves better than what law enforcement has delivered related to this investigation thus far. More to the point, the 58 dead, 500 injured and their loved ones deserve better. If Sheriff Lombardo and his beady-eyed FBI overseer are incapable of providing that, then perhaps someone else should be put in charge of this case.
Just another day in unbelievable government narratives America.
That is all.
Today’s Campaign Update
(Because The Campaign Never Ends)
- The king is dead. It’s safe to talk now. – So, Harvey Weinstein gets fired, loses his power, and suddenly, the Hollywood cockroaches get brave and start scrambling out of the woodwork to “denounce” him. But of course, some of them claim they didn’t know, in spite of the fact the guy had been abusing women for a quarter century, often in public. The increasingly disgusting Meryl Streep issued a statement in which she claims to have no knowledge at all of Weinstein’s behavior towards women, a patently unbelievable denial given her longtime close relationship with Weinstein, which includes calling him her “god” at an awards ceremony. Glenn Close would only admit to having heard “rumors”. Yeah, right. Jessica Chastain, Emma Thompson, and Romala Garai all came out with more believable condemnations of the big Hollywood muckety-muck now that he can’t get them jobs. Great.
- Meanwhile, actress Rose McGowan, one of the few who was brave enough to start making noise before Weinstein lost all power, continues to use her Twitter account to call out others with knowledge who continue to remain silent. Alyssa Milano, Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lawrence, Matt Damon, Russell Crowe and Casey Affleck have all been targets of her tweets, along with the entire board of directors of the Weinstein Company, who of course had to know about the boss’s behavior since they had been approving all the lawsuit settlements and other payoffs.
- Late Monday, the Weinstein Company announced that Harvey Weinstein’s name would be removed from all TV shows he has produced over the years, which is the Hollywood version of tearing down monuments to confederate generals. Hey, at least they’re focusing on their own monuments for once.
- Those of you who thought this whole scandal would end once you learned Weinstein had been fired from his own company, worry not: it is just getting started, and a whole bunch of Hollywood scumbags are going to have a lot of explaining to do, as long as Rose McGowan doesn’t lose her nerve. Fun! Someone go pop some popcorn.
- The government’s Vegas narrative is falling apart. – In Las Vegas, Sheriff Joe Lombardo held a press conference that clarified nothing and added a ton of confusion to the public’s knowledge base of what might have really happened there last Sunday:
- The Sheriff now says that security guard Jesus Campos was shot a full 6 minutes before the gunman began shooting at the crowd below. For a full week prior to Monday’s presser, authorities had credited Campos for having interrupted the shooter 10 minutes after he started shooting, thus stopping the carnage. Why did it take a damn week to figure this simple element of the puzzle out?
- The Sheriff also appeared to admit to having evidence that the shooter may have actually checked into the hotel on September 25 rather than the story of a September 28 check-in that officials have been pushing for a week. Good lord, does Mandalay Bay keep check-in records or not? How can this possibly even be a question 8 days after the massacre took place?
- In spite of half a dozen eye-witnesses who saw the shooter hanging around with an Asian woman at Mandalay Bay in the days prior to the assault, the Sheriff claimed on Monday that investigators have come up with no evidence that the killer was seen with anyone prior to the killing spree.
- This is absurd. We are 8 days down the road from one of the biggest mass murders in modern times, and the government obviously can’t get its preferred narrative straight. I’ve spent the past week thinking Lombardo is the honest broker among law enforcement working the case. Monday’s press conference did not inspire confidence at all.
- ESPN fake journalist Jemele Hill a few weeks ago: “President Trump is a White Supremacist!”
ESPN management: “You go, girl!”
ESPN fake journalist Jemele Hill on Monday: “Y’all need to boycott sponsors of the Dallas Cowboys!”
ESPN management: “You suspended, girl!”
Just another day in the government’s narrative on the Vegas massacre is falling apart America.
That is all.