Thursday, October 05, 2017

You're forgetting something, genius:

the reason there's a boost in sales after some nasty event is that people like the Greatest Gun Salesman Ever Obama, and Pelosi & Co., start calling for 'Ban all the things!' before they even know exactly what happened, and it spooks people.

And that "The NRA is a terrorist organization!" shit is old.  And it doesn't just turn people off listening to you, it pisses them off.  Not that you care.

"It's ok for her to call people white supremacists, because her feelings."  That's what passes for thought at Disney nowadays.

Yes, a bunch of people knew what this clown was.  And did nothing.  No telling what all he's been up to.

Four former Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) operatives face federal corruption and conspiracy charges after allegedly engaging in all sorts of shady behavior, from selling drugs themselves to lying under oath, falsifying records, falsely identifying drug suspects, accepting bribes, and stealing cash and other property from the people they arrested. In at least one instance, their behavior led to someone being wrongly imprisoned for more than two years.

On to Vegas, and what?
Additionally, we have multiple leads across the United States and all across the world for our legal industries determining the whereabouts of the panel of the people involved in this investigation, and that leads grows. A lot of these leads will go nowhere but we have to follow them, and that’s going to take some time,” Rouse said.
Even for a federal official, that's an amazing accumulation of words.  Then there's this:
...The fundamental trust of the American people and the FBI is based upon our discretion–and how good would that discretion be if we were to provide information that they provided to us in confidence?”
In case you haven't noticed, oh Very Special Agent, 'trust' isn't something an awful lot of people have in the EffingBI anymore.

But multiple leads across the United States and all across the world is interesting.  Could be a general ass-covering "We're checking EVERYWHERE!", but might not.  Then we have this from the Sheriff:
Clark County’s top cop said he still believes Paddock must have had some help along the way.

“Because look at this, you look at the weapon, obtaining the different amounts of Tannerite (explosives) available, do you think this was all accomplished on his own?” he said.

“You got to make the assumption he had to have some help at some point.”
So, do they actually have something, or is this just the Sheriff thinking "There must be someone else involved!" ?

Connected: Williamson deals with an idiot who said "...the Vegas asshole had "more powerful and deadly weapons than even the military! ZOMG!"

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