Here’s The Reason Why The Vegas Shooting Disappeared From The News Cycle

In the age of a 24/7 news cycle, its has now been a month since 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire on country music festival-goers from high above the Strip, killing 58 and wounding more than 500.

It was the largest mass shooting in American history, but you have heard almost nothing from the mainstream media.

In the age of a 24/7 news cycle, its has now been a month since 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire on country music festival-goers from high above the Strip, killing 58 and wounding more than 500.

It was the largest mass shooting in American history, but you have heard almost nothing from the mainstream media.

Initially, police said security guard Jesus Campos approached Paddock’s room as the October 1 shooting was underway, diverting the gunman’s attention. Paddock then shot Campos through the door and quit firing at concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest Festival from his hotel room on the 32nd floor, the timeline said.

Then, authorities said that Campos was shot six minutes before the shooting. Finally, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Campos arrived near Paddock’s suite at 9:59 p.m., but was not shot then. Police Sgt. Joshua Bitsko told CNN that Paddock had screwed shut the stairwell door to the hallway near his room. The security guard went to an upper floor and came back down to the 32nd floor by another door, the sheriff said.

Paddock shot Campos through the door about 10:05 p.m. and began firing on the crowd around then, Lombardo said.

And where is Campos? For a while, he was missing. Then he showed up to give a single, softball interview on Ellen DeGeneres’ daytime talk show – and that was it.

Paddock was an angry leftist. It was the illuminati. The victims were “actors.” The security guard was involved.

We owe it to all the victims to find out exactly what happened. Silence only begets conspiracy theories. Are any of them true? Who knows? We may never know until authorities start telling us the truth.

Jon Hall at Free Market Shooter explains:

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.