With over 50 people killed and hundreds more injured, evidence begins to emerge that the horrific shooting attack in Las Vegas today was actually a false flag orchestrated by violent leftist group Antifa in a bid to incite a civil war in the United States.
With the number of people killed currently standing at 58 and another 515 injured, when a gunman, or gunmen, opened fire on a crowd at a music festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, the attack has been classed as the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history.
One witness described “non-stop gunfire” that sent more than 22,000 country music fans scrambling for their lives.Police raided a room believed to be used by a gunman where they found a combination of rifles and handguns at the scene and a suspect who had killed himself before police arrived.
A source working closely with the investigation said there were 19 weapons in the room.The dead suspect has been identified as Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
Authorities searched his home Monday and found weapons and ammunition, but Mesquite police spokesman Quinn Averett did not give details.According to US President Donald Trump, the FBI has uncovered evidence that Paddock has strong ties with Democrats and George Soros-funded “anti-fascist” group Antifa.
Donald Trump tweeted that the Las Vegas shooter was a member of Antifa
Mr. Trump posted the news early on Monday that the FBI had reported the connection to the violent organization before the posts were later removed without explanation.
The posts from Trump’s official Twitter page said:
“My heart and prayers go out to the victim’s families of the Las Vegas massacre. The FBI tells me Stephen Paddock was a known Antifa…”
…member! It’s time for people to get off their knees and take this country back from the real terrorists!”
According to Sunday Post, President Trump tweeted in the early hours of Monday morning claiming that the shooter, Stephen Paddock, 64, had links to Anifa and had a goal to disrupt the stability of the country.
Investigative journalist David Knight is now also reporting that the attack was a false flag event designed to strip Second Amendment gun rights from Americans.Speaking on the morning program on Alex Jones’ Infowars channel, Knight suggested that the massacre was engineered by Democrats-funded leftist groups to create a civil war in the United States in a bid to undermine Donald Trump’s presidency.
Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock has ties to violent leftist group Antifa
“As we look at the 100 year anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution and as we talk about last week,” Knight said.”Talking about multiple groups saying, ‘It’s coming Nov. 4. We have a new civil war that is coming to overthrow the government.’ Talking about how these Antifa communists are training with weapons, etc.”So, there was a lot of stuff that was on the horizon.”
Knight said went on to say that he suspected legislation in Congress was the true motive behind the massacre, saying: “We have to wake up to what is happening here because 100 years after the Bolshevik Revolution, now we’re going to have a bull crap revolution that is going to be happening here,””It is the crap that is being fed to us by these Marxists. “
And this is something that you have to understand as we see this.””We had a massive rollback working its way through the Republican Congress, a massive rollback on a lot of gun control regulations,””And this [shooting], I believe, when we see these types of events — interesting, isn’t it that there’s always kind of coincidental alignment as the Democrats have some kind of a legislative agenda that could want to run through.”
According to Knight, the government — and especially the Democrats — are suspected of planning “false flag” events to influence legislation in Congress. Now we have some massive legislation that is working its way through a Republican Congress and we have the largest shooting,” he concluded. “Maybe it’s just a coincidence. “Maybe it’s just serendipity for those who want gun control. “But I am a bit more skeptical of these things.”