The Most Blatant Lie Infowars Alex Jones Ever Told – Stephen Paddock, Las Vegas Shooter

In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, carried out by lone gunman Stephen Paddock from a hotel room high above the Route 91 Harvest Festival, Alex Jones was on a maniacal mission to try to pin the blame on “Antifa,” even though there was no evidence whatsoever to support that, in fact, quite the opposite

Back in 2017, Infowars’ Alex Jones told his audience, and his ridiculous sidekick, Paul Joseph-Watson, the most blatant lie he has ever been caught telling on The Alex Jones Show.

In the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, carried out by lone gunman Stephen Paddock from a hotel room high above the Route 91 Harvest Festival, Jones was on a maniacal mission to try to pin the blame on “Antifa,” even though there was no evidence whatsoever to support that, in fact, quite the opposite.

The truth of the matter is likely that Jones was aware his dangerous rhetoric was spilling over into real-world violence, and Jones was desperate to obscure the fact that the gunman may have been influenced by his deranged rants and incendiary verbal pseudo-patriot garbage.

Joseph-Watson’s jaw drops almost to the floor whilst Jones reads out an imaginary text on his phone from “investigators,” whilst at the same time telling his film crew not to film his phone from above. 

He then waves a bit of paper in front of the cameral which he says is from the “CIA.”

Because, of course, Alex Jones wouldn’t make up any sources, would he?

Infowars’ Alex Jones lying about Stephen Paddock, The Las Vegas Shooter

Later investigations of the few people that had contact with Stephen Paddock in the run up to the shooting revealed something very different about the shooters’ political beliefs.

According to an article published in theguardian.com, people who had contact with Paddock reported the following:

“…..people who encountered Paddock before his shooting say that he expressed conspiratorial, anti-government beliefs, which are characteristic of the far right.

In a handwritten statement, one woman says she sat near Paddock in a diner just a few days before the shooting, while out with her son. She said she heard him and a companion discussing the 25th anniversary of the Ruby Ridge standoff and the Waco siege. (Each of these incidents became touchstones for a rising anti-government militia movement in the 1990s.)

She says she heard him and his companion saying that courtroom flags with golden fringes are not real flags. The belief that gold-fringed flags are those of a foreign jurisdiction, or “admiralty flags”, is characteristic of so-called “sovereign citizens”, who believe, among other things, that the current US government, and its laws, are illegitimate.

“At the time,” her statement says, “I thought, ‘Strange guys’ and wanted to leave.”

Another man, who Paddock met to discuss a purchase of modifications to semi automatic rifles reported:

“…..he met Paddock three weeks before the shooting for an abortive firearms transaction, in the carpark of a Bass Pro Shop. The man was selling schematic diagrams for an auto sear, a device that would convert semi-automatic weapons to full automatic fire. Paddock asked him to make the device for him, and the man refused.

At this point Paddock launched into a rant about “anti-government stuff … Fema camps”. Paddock said that the evacuation of people by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fema) after Hurricane Katrina was a a “dry run for law enforcement and military to start kickin’ down doors and … confiscating guns”.

“Somebody has to wake up the American public and get them to arm themselves,” the man says Paddock told him. “Sometimes sacrifices have to be made.”

Now who else do we know that rants about FEMA camps and any type of disaster, be it man-made or natural being a pre-cursor to gun confiscation in the United States?

Oh yes, Alex Jones.

I’m sure it’s all just a misunderstanding.

Either that, or Jones is an Antifa plant, and they’ve put him there to make the right look stupid.

If that is the case, it sure is working!

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Infowars Invert Reality to Push False Las Vegas Gunman Narratives

Infowars have become so desperate in their attempts to push false narratives in their search to prove Alex Jones on-air brain fart assumptions regarding the motives of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock, that they are taking headlines and information from the MSM and completely inverting them

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Infowars use NBC article title and then reverse the storyline to ‘prove’ their version of events

Infowars have become so desperate in their attempts to push false narratives in their search to prove Alex Jones on-air brain fart assumptions regarding the motives of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock, that they are taking headlines and information from the MSM and completely inverting them and publishing them as ‘proof’ of their version of events on their website.

An Infowars article concerning the massacre that appeared on their website on October 6th, 2017 was headlined “INVESTIGATORS PROBING WHETHER OTHERS WERE IN LAS VEGAS GUNMAN’S SUITE.”  The subheading to the Infowars article then asserted “Phone charger doesn’t match Paddock’s cell phone, garage records show car gone buy [sic] room key card used.”  Putting aside the atrocious use of English and the spelling mistake, the Infowars article would lead you to believe that investigators were under the impression that someone else’s cell phone, other than Stephen Paddock’s was found in the room.

By clicking on the source that Infowars used for this story, a completely different narrative, at odds with the one Infowars are pushing becomes apparent.  Infowars use an NBC article as source material for this story and the article used is indeed entitled “Investigators Probing Whether Others Were in Las Vegas Gunman’s Suite,” on google search.

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Google search results matching infowars headline

Clicking on the NBC link provided on the Infowars article, however, reveals a somewhat different version of events to the one Infowars give.  Far from the narrative that is given in the Infowars article which states “a charger was found that does not match any of the cell phones that belonged to Stephen Paddock, the man who killed himself inside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino after sending a barrage of bullets down on a crowd,” the NBC article is actually entitled “Police ‘Confident’ No One Else in Shooter’s Room Before Las Vegas Attack.”

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The actual article infowars were using as a ‘source.’

The NBC article goes on to explain “Earlier, senior law enforcement sources said investigators were puzzled by a charger that did not appear to match any of Paddock’s cellphones. Police have now been able to match all of the cell phone chargers found in the room with multiple cell phones that Paddock had with him.”

Infowars “weird trick” used to push their false narrative in this article is to quote a headline and one part of a paragraph of the NBC article and then insert their own BS into the storyline to try to give it some semblance of credibility, i.e. an MSM source.

The Infowars article also stated that “garage records show that during a period when Paddock’s car left the hotel garage, one of his key cards was used to get into his room,” leading to you the impression that this was part of the NBC article, when the article actually states “police don’t believe anyone entered the room at Mandalay Bay prior to the shooting carried out by Stephen Paddock Sunday night.”

This all leads to the question as to why Infowars and Alex Jones are so desperate to foist their own false narratives onto this tragedy.  The answer probably lies in the fact that in his desperation to push the fear porn narrative that helps boost his sales operation, Jones has probably realised that this jaunt along the highway of insanity is going to lose him his credibility (such as it is) among the conspiracy community forever (and that’s saying something!)

Come on Alex, give us some real hard evidence other than desperate bullshit?

No?

Thought not!

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