Mandalay Bay: Look For Union Label
(10-19-2017, 08:24 AM)Ben Johnson Wrote: Ellen Degenerate is wasted skin - an old ugly lesbian. I can tolerate good looking young lesbians who want to put on a show. Degenerate did the interview to keep things under control - she has a business affiliation with MGM. No danger of asking him why he didn't have a license. She's a professional retard - not a journalist.

Right you are, Ben. Mandalay Bay is owned by MGM Resorts. Telepictures Productions is the nominal producer of Degenerate's show, although at first glance it is owned by Time Warner. But who gets their own line of slot machines in Vegas without some connections?

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As if the situation didn't smell fishy enough already. What kind of guy goes on the Degenerate show? I bet those boys like show tunes.
Wayne Allyn Root gets the details from MGM security. No cameras in the hallways or stairwells, only three guards on duty for thousands of guest rooms, but one guard just happens to be right outside the very room where all the shooting happens, right when it happens (at shift change). Yeah, sounds legit. Rolleyes

Quote:WAYNE ALLYN ROOT: The Real MGM Story -- Direct From Their Security Employees
October 19, 2017
By Wayne Allyn Root

. . . *Most of MGM security is disarmed. Only supervisors have weapons. And they are in their offices, or the control room. If there's trouble, they are far away, leaving unarmed guards unable to defend guests or themselves for long periods of time. Guards feel helpless.

*There is a petition at this very moment from MGM employees demanding guards be armed because employees do not feel safe at work.

*Security guards are so upset they are planning to unionize at every MGM property, all at once, in the coming days.

*My MGM security sources believe MGM security guard Jesus Campos is a key part of this mess. There are many questions that need to be answered about Campos.

He's the only witness to the worst mass shooting in U.S. history and his only interview EVER was with a comedian (Ellen Degeneres) whose show is sponsored by MGM and who makes millions with her own slot machines at MGM casinos? MGM has just made things worse. They are digging the hole deeper.

*Media critics have asked why Campos was sent alone to the 32nd floor? Because of budget cuts and severe understaffing, MGM guards are almost always sent alone on calls.

*MGM has lots of guards on the casino floor, but often has only 3 guards on duty for thousands of guest rooms. Unarmed guards.

*Many critics have asked after Campos was shot, why were police not called quickly. My sources say calls to police are ALWAYS a last resort at any MGM property. They never want police involved. They want no public record of incidents at MGM properties.

*Secondly, they report MGM security has cheap, faulty equipment. Their radios are the worst problem. They often don't work, or suffer "dead zones" all over the hotels. Campos may have been unable to reach his supervisors for crucial minutes. He may have been forced to use his personal cell phone.

*Contrary to public perception, there are no cameras in hallways. And none in the stairwells either--meaning a shooter could quickly escape to the street without video images.

*High Rollers like Paddock are treated like untouchables. Security personnel cannot question them for fear of being instantly fired.

*Paddock studied Mandalay Bay. He knew the shift change times. There is a shift change at 9:59 PM. That's why the shooting took place around 10 PM. It's a time of mass confusion.

*Incredibly, MGM security has never been trained for mass shooting, or terror attack scenarios. No one had any idea what to do. My sources say they still don't.

*MGM has no TAC team. Wynn has a TAC team. Wynn has been training for a mass casualty scenario since 2015. MGM is just starting that training now.

*The timeline for the shooting is not easy to establish. Yes, traffic on MGM radios (when they work) is recorded. But it's very hard to retrieve and piece together accurate timelines.

These aren't my opinions or observations. MGM's own security supervisors and employees painted this picture vivid terms. It's an eye-opener.

Would you feel safe staying at a MGM property?
What evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Union knows!

Quote:Tucker Reveals Las Vegas Security Guard Left The Country Days After Shooting [VIDEO]

Justin Caruso
Media Reporter
8:52 PM 10/25/2017

Fox News host Tucker Carlson dropped a huge new detail on the days following the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history in Las Vegas Wednesday.

According to a document from a confidential source, Tucker revealed that Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos left the United States to go to Mexico just days after being an eyewitness to the Las Vegas mass shooting committed by Stephen Paddock.

Carlson said that he has a "customs and border patrol form that shows Jesus Campos entering the United States from Mexico at the San Ysidro border crossing in San Diego county almost exactly one week after the Las Vegas shooting. The document does not reveal how long Campos had been in Mexico."

He continued, "Our source told us that Campos entered the United States at the same crossing in January of this year. At that time, he was driving his own vehicle, with Nevada plates. And yet in this document from a little over two weeks ago, Campos was driving what appears to be a rental car with California plates."

Carlson said, "Jesus Campos is the only eyewitness to the biggest mass shooting in modern American history. At the time he was in Mexico, the press was reporting that investigators thought Paddock may have had an accomplice. Why did authorities allow him to leave the country just days after it occurred, while the investigation was still chaotic?"

The Daily Caller co-founder raised a number of questions, asking, "How did Campos, who reportedly had a gunshot wound to the leg from a high-powered rifle round, manage to travel to Mexico? Did he fly? Did he drive? Was his employer aware that he left the country? Were investigators? Did they facilitate the trip? What day did Campos get to Mexico? How was he able to drive back, for hundreds of miles, from the San Diego border to Nevada? Why did he take a rental car instead of his own? The union that represents Campos told us that they were aware he left the country. Why did it take a government leak for the rest of us to find out?"

Carlson also asked, "Had [Campos] ever had previous contact with Stephen Paddock?"

"We could go on. The point is, this story gets murkier by the day. That's the opposite of what's supposed to happen. It's impossible to know exactly what's going on with the Vegas shooting investigation. But it's obvious there"s lying and incompetence at the heart of it," he concluded.
Yup, it's towelheads.

Quote:The Las Vegas shooting and the mass arrests in Saudi Arabia. What connection could there be?
November 6, 2017
by psy_raven

People of Interest:

(This list is a bit hard to follow because of the long names. This chart : will help you clarify who is who.)

King Abdulaziz Ibn Saud (King Saud. Deceased) : King of Saudi Arabia (1932-1953)

King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (Deceased) : 5th son of King Saud. King of Saudi Arabia until his death in 2015. Successor is King Salman

Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (Henceforth King Salman): Current King of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). 8th son of deceased King Abdulaziz Ibn Saud.

Mohammad bin Salman (Henceforth Crown Prince Mohammad): Son of King Salman. Currently next in line to be king after King Salman.

Muqrin bin Abdulaziz (Former Deputy Crown Prince. Henceforth Muqrin) : 9th son of deceased King Abdulaziz Ibn Saud. Was next in line to be king if King Salman had died before being crowned king. IS THE FATHER OF Mansour bin Muqrin bin Abdulaziz Al Saud! THE MAN KILLED IN THE HELICOPTOR CRASH ON 11/5/2017.

Mansour bin Muqrin bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (Henceforth Mansour) : Son of Muqrin bin Abdulaziz. Died 11/5/2017, the day of the failed coup on the throne of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Alwaleed bin Talal (Henceforth Talal) : Billionaire businessmen. Grandson of King Saud. Has ties to DNC, Clinton, Podesta. Arrested 11/4/2017 for corruption. Owns The Four Seasons at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas (Four Seasons occupy the top floors of Mandalay Bay) Owns shares in Twitter as well as other high-tech silicon valley companies. Has had spats with Trump in the past.

I know that's a mouthful of names, but bear with me. Just remember 4 names: Salman, Mohammad, Muqrin, and Mansour.

Do you remember how President Trump visited Saudi Arabia back in May of 2017? Do you remember how warmly he was greeted by King Salman? I do. It was a spectacle. Why was he greeted so welcomingly? After all, President Obama's reception was, shall we say, less than grand. Do you remember how after Trump's visit, Saudi Arabia started becoming more open in their policies? Women can drive there now. Did you notice how the Syrian rebellion became quiet? Did you notice how quickly ISIS was crushed after the visit? Why did Saudi Arabia suddenly want to get their oil companies listed on the NYSE? What could have caused this?

To answer this, we have to look a little further back. Back to around 2010.

It all goes back to fracking. You see, the Kindom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has always relied heavily on its vast petrol reserves for wealth and prosperity. And they were ruthless. OPEC. The cartel of gasoline. You can't count the number of times throughout history that OPEC used its power to crush governments, manipulate prices, control supplies, and fund activities. If there ever was a international group of bullies, OPEC was it. And at the head of this organization was the mighty KSA.

Then came the fracking boom. Suddenly, the world was no longer at the mercy of OPEC. This made them nervous. So, they did what they always do. They pumped out more petroleum, driving the price of gas to lowest in decades. What was their objective? To bankrupt these fracking businesses. KSA is rich. Very rich. They figured, we'll just drive gas prices unbelievably low and take the loss until all these fracking business startups crumble. Do you remember how cheap gas got between 2013-2016? It was ridiculous, wasn't it? But what they didn't count on was just how cheap fracking had become. So many of these business didn't go bankrupt. So they took another step. To convince the world that fracking was bad for the environment. So they lobbied and supplied funds to the Democratic party. Why? Because the leftist are usually the ones who support ANY and ALL environmental regulations. Do you remember all the legal battles that fracking had to go through? Hell, it's still illegal in most blue states. Do you now understand why the Saudis donated so much money to the Clinton campaign? She was HEAVILY favored to win and if she did, you can bet your ass that illegalizing fracking would have been on the top of her list, returning us to dependence on arab oil. But--this didn't work either. Fracking continued. And then, a shitstorm of reality hit them hard.

You see, KSA had vastly underestimated the amount of total shale reserves in North America. They had no idea that so much of this stuff exists. They thought maybe they could ride it out if the reserves would dry up in a decade or so. But nope. We have enough shale to supply us for at least 50 years. Hmmm--big problem.

So, if you're King Salman, what do you do? Well, there's only one thing you can do. Give up the reliance on oil production and try to use existing wealth to stay wealthy. To modernize its trade to include more than just exports of oil. They would need to build an entire industrial country from scratch. To do that, he needed the help of the USA. And that's where President Trump comes in.

You see, the May 2017 meeting between Trump and King Salman (and his son Mohammad), was not just another meeting. It was a business meeting. King Salman asked Trump for help. Trump was more than willing to give it (like listing the oil companies on the NYSE) but his help would come with a price. Liberalization and the stop of illegal funding. No more contributions to American politics. No more supplying funds to terrorists or splinter groups. King Salman took the deal. All of a sudden, women were allowed to drive. ISIS was retreating. Syrian rebels suddenly ran out of ammunition. Yay. All good up to this point.

Now comes the bad

Not all the royalties in KSA are into this. They don't like losing the power they once had. What's worse, they don't want to become liberal. They now start resenting King Salm[a]n. They start plotting against him. At the forefront of this movement is none other than the previous Deputy Crown Prince, Muqrin, and his son, Mansour (the man killed in the helicopter crash of 11/5/17).

October 1, 2017. The top floors of Mandalay Bay isn't Mandalay Bay, but is Four Seasons, owned by billionaire Talal. Who was occupying that whole floor that night? I can't remember where, but I heard that the whole floor was reserved for that week. Now, no one would do that unless they were Saudi royalty. We don't know for sure, but my guess is Crown Prince Mohammad. We know it wasn't King Salman, because he was in Russia at the time.

The plan is to take out the crown prince. Then kill King Salman. With the King and the Crown Prince dead, who is next in line? Yup. The former deputy crown prince, Muqrin. So, posing as terrorists who wanted to buy the guns for some terrorist attack, they dupe the CIA or FBI to supply the guns to the death squad. Their real plan is to climb the stairs right after the deal and kill the VIP in the floors above them. This is why the weapons cache was located on the 32nd floor. They would only have to climb a few stairs or take the elevator up a little to start the killing. Now, here's what happened that night:

  1. Paddock is the contact man to supply the guns.
  2. We don't know exactly, but either Paddock found out that the guns were going to be used that night or the CIA/FBI (or Trump's own intelligence) got wind of the assassination that was about to take place. Immediate action is taken to round up the assassins. This is why the guns aren't loaded. This is why it takes so long between bursts of fire.
  3. The royalty in the floors above are notified of the assassination plot, and the prince is e-vac'd out. This accounts for all the helicopter flight reports that can be found on the net. It also explains the gun fires that supposedly took place on runways. It was literally a scene from a movie. The bad guys were trying to gun down the helicopter and the good guys were fighting back.
  4. The couple of assassins that made it to Paddock's room immediately kill Paddock. Now, to disguise the assassination attempt, they open fire on the crowd below to make it look like a lone gunman terror attack. They don't want concrete evidence that an assassination attempt was made. They try to escape after the shooting, but are gunned down by the teams that were sweeping the casinos looking for the assassins. Remember the final two shots? I would guess that they were the shots that hit the assassins. The bodies are immediately covered up and shipped to a black site.
  5. Paddock is made the patsy. Why? Because if a failed Saudi assassination attempt was responsible for the deaths, if the FBI/CIA had supplied the guns that killed 58 innocent people (not counting Paddock since he's an asset), then two things would happen. One, we would demand that we go to war with Saudi Arabia. And two, which ever organization that Paddock worked for would be utterly dismantled.
  6. Do you remember President Trump saying, "it could have been a lot worse"? Yeah, no kidding. We could have had war or have had lots more people die if the death squad had all gotten their hands on the guns.

Wew lads, I know. Quite a story. Now, let's fast forward to one month later.

We know a missile was intercepted by the Saudi military on November 3 or 4th. This was probably the final effort by the anti King Salman group. This was their last ditch effort to kill him. OR, it was staged to give King Salman the excuse to round everyone up in retaliation of the assassination attempt. We know that MASSIVE raids and the rounding of Saudi princes took place on the 5th. I will guarantee you that all these people are anti Salman/Mohammad. And who was just killed? Yes. The son of Muqrin, Mansour. Mansour's death was retaliation. I have no doubt of it. He was executed.

Ok, now that this has happened, what's next? Well, my guess will be that we will learn all of the funding that has been coming out of Saudi Arabia for the past decade. It will expose their connections to the DNC. We will learn that they have been at the root of all the turmoil in the Middle East. Then, they'll all be executed.

Hillary too? We can only hope.
The worst mass shooting in American history...and nobody gives two shits?

Quote:WALSH: 58 People Were Killed In Las Vegas, We Still Don't Know Why Or How, And Nobody Cares

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By Matt Walsh
December 1, 2017

I am going to break the rules of the Internet Hot Take Industry and write about an old story that nobody cares about anymore. We have gone on to other topics, and then other topics, and then other topics, and other topics, etc. The news cycle moves at the speed of sound. Events from last week are a distant memory and news from October may as well have occurred during the Cretaceous Period.

Still, I can't help but recall, ever so faintly, that little thing known at the time as the worst mass shooting in American history. If memory serves, a wealthy 64-year-old gambler named Stephen Paddock murdered 58 people and injured hundreds from the window of his luxury hotel room. In the days after the slaughter, nobody could figure out why he did it, or how he managed to pull it off. So, we all kind of shrugged our shoulders and moved on. The questions were never answered.

It is now two months later and we know as much today as we knew six hours after the shooting. But nobody is talking about it anymore. It's as if it never happened.

There was a time when a mass shooting of this magnitude would dominate the news for weeks and weeks. Columbine -- which paled in comparison to this -- was the only thing anyone talked about for at least a month. Even more recent shootings -- Charleston, Aurora, Orlando -- were in the headlines for much longer than Las Vegas. Yet there were more people shot in Vegas than in Columbine, Charleston, Aurora, and Orlando combined. Twice as many, easily.

Well, I think.

I actually don't know how many people were shot. They tell us 527 people were injured, along with the 58 killed, but were all of those injuries from gunshots? Did the guy actually physically shoot 585 human beings? Or were some of the injuries from people getting knocked over and trampled in the melee? I would imagine the latter must be the case, but I don't know. It's been two months and we still don't even know how many people Paddock shot. Maybe that number is available somewhere but I couldn't find it. How is that possible? How could it be two months after the worst mass shooting in American history and we still don't have a precise and well-publicized casualty count?

And that's just one unanswered question.

There are many more, because, basically, none of the questions about Las Vegas have ever been answered. And they don't need to be answered because nobody is asking them. So the questions remain. Questions like:

Why did he do it? We were told it wasn't terrorism, even though ISIS claimed credit. Okay, then what was it? Was he crazy? But then how did a crazy person manage to orchestrate something like this? And why hasn't a single person from Paddock's personal life come forward and called him crazy? All we heard was that Paddock was a normal, rational guy. Dylann Roof was obviously disturbed. Adam Lanza had clear mental issues. James Holmes is a nutcase. The Orlando killer was a terrorist. Every single one of these guys fits into one of two categories: terrorist or lunatic. We're told Stephen Paddock was neither of those things. What was he? Why did he do it? And why isn't the media asking why he did it?

In fairness, some media outlets have sued the FBI to gain access to information about the shooting, but they could put more pressure on the Powers That Be if they actually reported on the story and asked this question publicly. Or this question:

How did he do it? We know he used a gun. Or guns. He had dozens of guns in the hotel room with him. How did he get them all in there? How did he set up a kill room in a major American hotel without anyone noticing? How did he manage to shoot hundreds of people from 500 yards away at night? Was he trained? Where did he train? Who trained him?

More questions:

Why did the timeline of the shooting change three times? What's the current version of the timeline? First they told us a "hero" security guard named Jesus Campos stopped the shooting while it was happening. Then they told us Campos himself was actually shot six minutes before Paddock opened fire on the crowd. Then the hotel told us Campos was shot 40 seconds before Paddock began his massacre. Which is it? None of these? And how could there ever have been any confusion about the timeline? There are video cameras everywhere. There were gun shots being fired in a crowded hotel. Shouldn't it have been immediately obvious exactly when all of this started?

And what exactly were the police doing? If Campos was shot six minutes before the massacre, and the massacre lasted 10 minutes, why didn't anyone intervene sometime during that 16-minute time span? Police didn't finally enter the hotel room until an hour after the shooting stopped. What took them so long? Where were they? In one of the last press conferences about the shooting, the Las Vegas sheriff confirmed that the police were in the hotel when the shooting started. It took them over an hour to get upstairs? Or were they just waiting by the door as Paddock executed 58 people?

And why did it take them a month to disclose that an officer did discharge his weapon inside Paddock's room? They insisted for weeks that no officer fired a shot. Did they really not know? Or were they withholding the information? Why? And why was a shot fired if Paddock was allegedly already dead when they entered?
And why did Paddock wire $100,000 to the Philippines before the shooting?

And what happened to his missing hard drive? Did they ever find it? And why did he get rid of it? What's on it?

We're told Paddock had an escape plan. How could he have ever imagined that he might be able to escape? Did he have some help? Or was he supposed to have help but it fell through?

Why did he stop shooting after ten minutes if he had so many guns and so much ammunition?

Why did he stop shooting yet make no attempt to escape?

And what's the deal with Jesus Campos? Why did he leave the country immediately after the attack? Why did he refuse to do interviews with any news outlets until suddenly appearing on Ellen, of all places?

And do we know for sure that Paddock was the only shooter? Multiple witnesses swore that there were shots coming from more than one location. Were they mistaken?

And here's a big one: Why haven't we seen any video footage of Stephen Paddock whatsoever? Paddock carried out his attack in one of the most monitored cities in the world. You can scarcely find a nook or cranny of Las Vegas that isn't under video surveillance. Yet not even one second of Paddock video has leaked? No video of him carrying the gun-laden bags into the hotel? No video of him checking in? No video of whatever went down between Paddock and Campos? Not even any video of Paddock at one of the many casinos he frequented? We're told Paddock spent a lot of time in Vegas. There must be literally hundreds of hours of footage of him spread out between dozens of hotels and casinos. None of it has leaked? All of it was confiscated immediately?

That doesn't make any sense.

None of this makes any sense.

And maybe it never will make sense, because nobody is paying attention anymore.
The FBI has let the Vegas police chief live. So far. The day after the shooting the chief was bright, eager, and responsive. At the last press conference I saw, with the FBI goon right behind him, he looked tired and defeated. Multiple shooting locations and multiple helicopters in the air. Some serious shit was going down. Time for the FBI to be gotten rid of and a new agency formed. They are so corrupt their primary purpose has become covering up crime and attacking Trump.
(12-04-2017, 06:01 AM)Ben Johnson Wrote: The FBI has let the Vegas police chief live. So far. The day after the shooting the chief was bright, eager, and responsive. At the last press conference I saw, with the FBI goon right behind him, he looked tired and defeated. Multiple shooting locations and multiple helicopters in the air. Some serious shit was going down. Time for the FBI to be gotten rid of and a new agency formed. They are so corrupt their primary purpose has become covering up crime and attacking Trump.

Right you are, Ben. When the FBI is compared (accurately) to a "boil," a "zit," and even a "suppurating pustule," it's time to clean house.

Quote:Liberals Have Turned The FBI Into A Disgrace
Kurt Schlichter
Posted: Dec 07, 2017 12:01 AM

Add this infamy to all the other crimes of the liberal establishment -- its poisonous influence has converted the Federal Bureau of Investigation, in the eyes of the American people, from a proud institution dedicated to upholding the law into just another suppurating bureaucratic pustule. Where once we saw FBI agents as heroes -- many of us ancients grew up watching Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., every Sunday night -- now we see careerist hacks looking to suck-up to the Democrat elite while bending the law and subverting justice to do it. Truly, everything liberals touch dies.

The revelations about Oh-So-Special Agent Peter Strozk shouldn't surprise anyone, as bad as they are. Even that hack Robert Mueller couldn't keep him all-board the Russia Soft Coup Express after Strozk's anti-Trump texts to his FBI mistress came out. Shocker -- this is the same Democrat-loving clown who watered down the Felonia Milhous von Pantsuit investigation conclusions (helpfully drafted months before the investigation concluded). Oh, and he oversaw the unsworn, unrecorded interview of his special gal (not the one he was cheating with; the one with the taste for Chardonnay and failure who would have helped his career as a reward for his slavish devotion had she not botched running against Donald Trump). He was also in on the ambush of LTG Mike Flynn, who he and his scuzzy compadres decided to prosecute while the Harpy, Huma and all the rest of the Clinton Nostra got a pass.

Oh, but for the lefty in-crowd, it's "Bros before Bureaus."? The new head honcho Christopher Wray -- Where the hell is he hiding anyway? Is he locked in a gimp box somewhere in the Hoover Building? -- didn't even fire Strozk though intermural adultery is allegedly against the rules at the FBI. Nope, nothing builds confidence in a law enforcement agency's organizational integrity like bending the rules to protect your bigwig buddies.

Oh, wait -- outright payoffs do too! Don't even start on Andrew McCabe and his wife's Democrat contributions -- to her. Yeah, the wife of the FBI second-in-command got money from the Democrat Party and he's still not recused from this fake investigation. Are you kidding?

By the way, have we got even a single iota of information on what the unholy hell happened since Special Agent Johnson and Special Agent Johnson took over the investigation of the Las Vegas shooting?

It's long past time to lance this boil. It's sad when you have to accept that you can't talk to the FBI, that they can't be trusted to do justice, that you must protect yourself from being railroaded like LTG Flynn was and always -- always always always -- demand to speak to your attorney and demand that the FBI not question you if they come sniffing around. LTG Flynn trusted them not to have an agenda. Look what happened, and learn.

It's heartbreaking, because the FBI's real legacy -- a legacy field agents largely live today -- is a legacy of heroes.

Flashback to Miami, April 11, 1986. Eight agents make a felony stop on a car with two suspected bank robbers, igniting a firefight that demonstrated the bravery and devotion that should be what first comes to mind when any American thinks of the FBI.

William Russell Matix and Michael Lee Platt were ex-military and had killed before -- and they packed an arsenal that ensured they were not going quietly. The FBI agents, lightly armed with under-powered handguns and a couple 12 gauges -- came under intense rifle fire that the light vests some wore could not stop. In the end, seven of the eight agents were hit -- and Special Agent Benjamin Grogan and Special Agent Jerry Dove died fighting.

This was no long-range stand-off -- they fought it out with these psychos from just a few feet. Matix and Platt were both hit, but they were not going down. The agents were literally shot to pieces, but despite being outgunned, they didn't back off. Not one inch.

His forearm shattered by a .223 rifle slug, Special Agent Edmundo Mireles, Jr. (no surprise, a former Marine from Texas), pumped his Remington 870 shotgun with his one good arm again and again as he engaged the criminals. His buddies dead or wounded all around him, bleeding out, Mireles then drew his .357 and advanced on the pair, in the open and totally exposed, as they attempted to drive away in one of the FBI cars. He put six magnum slugs into the criminals and finally put them down.

Matix took six hits to kill, Platt a dozen. And Mireles? This hero went back on the job, and actually worked with my former battalion commander Colonel (Ret.) Bill Wenger in Afghanistan in the 2000s on assignment there for the FBI. Now that's a patriot. Now that's what the real FBI is all about.

This dramatization gives you a good idea of what happened. The legendary Miami shootout has been studied for three decades to gather lessons learned about proper tactics and equipment, but the most important lesson it teaches is about courage.

That's the courage that these desk-riding bums in Washington are dishonoring every time they sell their souls and their honor to kiss up to skeevy politicians.

You see that sanctimonious clown James Comey on Twitter presuming to quote the Bible, and it's all you can do to keep your lunch from launching. These timeserving ladder-climbers are not what the FBI is, but their petty institutional gamesmanship has now seared that impression into the consciousness of millions of Americans.

When you would say "FBI"? to a liberal, he/she/xe would snarl, seething at the Bureau's reputation for taking out the foreign and domestic terrorists progs love to play footsie with. But the tragedy is that when you say "FBI" to a conservative today, you get a sad shake of the head because we can no longer trust the Bureau because the top ranks are manifestly riddled with vindictive partisans angling for their own advantage.

Mueller, then Comey, and their progeny have done this. As liberals inevitably do, they have disgraced yet another proud institution. Imagine yourself a field agent, dedicated to upholding the law, and having to not only live under this corrupt regime but to have to share in the contempt the American people have learned to feel for it.

It's heartbreaking, because the reality of the FBI is not the Muellers and the Comeys and the McCabes and the Strozks and whoever Strozk was having an affair with. It's Special Agent Benjamin Grogan, Special Agent Jerry Dove, Special Agent Edmundo Mireles, Jr. and thousands of others who put their lives on the line for us every single day. They aren't in the big upper-floor offices at HQ hiding documents from Congress or leaking to their pals at the WaPo. They aren't mingling with Democrat bigwigs, schmoozing for their next step up the ladder. They're doing their job.

Maybe the FBI can recover its reputation someday -- I sure hope so. Maybe it can earn our trust and respect again. But the first step is for the President and Congress to pop this bureaucratic zit and clean out the pus.
Judge in Michael Flynn case recuses himself

The judge in the Flynn case recused himself. Obviously the recusal has to do with issuing the FISA warrant based on evidence created by the Democratic Party, the Trump dossier. The judge must realize he didn't ask questions that should have been obvious.

Peter Strzok was reassigned in the FBI to a girl's job in HR. He was the criminal who presented the fraudulent Trump dossier evidence to the judge, likely accompanied by a string of lies or omissions.

Tragically, the authorities still want you to believe this man dragged hundreds of pounds of weaponry, including 32 rifles, up to the 32nd floor, set up a concealed sniper nest, disabled the hotel alarm systems, removed an 800lb hurricane-proof window and then spent 10 minutes raining concentrated fire on a crowd of 22,000 people, killing 60 and injuring nearly 900, with no apparent training and no apparent motive. Oh yeah, did I mention he did this all on his own?

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Karine Jean-Pierre @PressSec · Oct 1

Six years ago today, a gunman at a Las Vegas concert fired more than 1,000 bullets into a crowd – taking 60 lives, injuring hundreds, and shattering countless more irrevocably. Tragically, it remains the deadliest mass shooting in American history.

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