“If Someone Would Only Tell Us Something”

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All the news that’s fit to gather …..from the authorities.
Nobody wants a Pulitzer Prize anymore. Why is that? The Las Vegas Review Journal is whining and crying because the authorities won’t tell them anything about the Mandalay Bay shooting and thus they can’t know anything.

Well. While it may be that the LVRJ can’t know everything Sheriff Lombardo knows, here’s a little tidbit that shines a spotlight on the press’s incompetence and laziness these days. They complain that nobody will tell them ” …. whether the 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay — where the gunman was staying — has surveillance cameras,….”.
Are you kidding me? How many people do you suppose are crawling about Las Vegas every day and every night who know whether the 32nd floor of the hotel has security cameras? How many past and present employees of the hotel do you suppose there are who know the answer to that question? For that matter, how many past and present guests of said hotel would know the answer to that question? For that matter, how many people just walking down the street at any moment in time could tell you that?

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PUMABydesign001
October 27, 2017 11:25 pm

I get bad vibes from Sheriff Lombardo and that FBI fellow whose name I can’t recall. Mr. FBI is always within an arm’s reach, Lombardo or whoever is speaking. Lombardo has never once looked directly into the camera which makes me even more suspect. I get that they’re reading from their notes but even when they’re not reading, they’re busy shifting about as if in a state of discomfort. And then there is the matter of the ever changing narratives that just don’t add up. It is obvious that we were being lied. Even worse, they knew that we knew… Read more »