Anybody who knows me either on the internet and/or in real life probably understands that I’m one of the last ones to take up conspiracy theories that don’t have irrefutable evidence.
I’m guessing that has to mostly do with my specific personality type, but I think another contributing factor is the fact that any sort of “truth movement” has long ago become a hang-out for Jews, literal mental cases who believe in Flat Earth and alien anal probes, and fat penis-juice salesmen.
But with this Vegas Massacre, even I’m starting to put together a tin-foil hat or two – too much insanity for something that should have been figured out during the first couple of days.
And the fact that they’re now blaming a minor prescription of Valium for Paddock’s rampage (other sources claim that he planned this over the course of years or even decades) makes you really wonder what is going on here.
A report alleges that Stephen Paddock, the gunman who opened fire on a packed country music concert in Las Vegas on Sunday, was prescribed an anti-anxiety medication in the months leading up to his attack. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Paddock was prescribed 50, 10-milligram diazepam tablets, and was instructed to take one pill daily, although it is not clear if he had been taking them regularly.
The drug, marketed as Valium, is part of a class of medication known as anxiolytic and sedative, which are commonly referred to as benzodiazepines, Scott Dehorty, LCSW-C, executive director at Maryland House Detox, Delphi Behavioral Health, told Fox News by email. Citing the Nevada Prescription Monitoring Program, the Las Vegas Review-Journal identified Dr. Steven Winkler as the prescribing physician, but he was not made available for comment.
WHAT IS IT PRESCRIBED FOR?
Dehorty said diazepam can be used to treat a range of symptoms, including anxiety disorders, muscle spasms and alcohol withdrawal-related seizures. He said the specific use of the medication is dependent on the doses administered.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
When administered correctly, diazepam works to enhance the effects of GABA, a neurotransmitter found in the neurons of the cortex in the brain that helps to reduce stress and anxiety. GABA also contributes to motor control, vision and other cortical functions.
POTENTIAL SIDE EFFECTS?
Dehorty described diazepam as a “highly addictive medication, which can have paradoxical effects.” He cautioned that continued use of the medication could cause patients to suffer from symptoms they initially sought relief from. Additional side effects may include confusion, dependence, drowsiness, weakness, insomnia, anxiety and headaches.
Right, so first off let’s just make it clear that the amount of Valium prescribed by the killer’s random Jewish physician is not enough to cause serious problems – depressed housewives and hormonal teenagers are given higher doses.
And even if Paddock had decided to take his entire bottle at once, the worst possible outcome would have been either a blacked-out arrest in the hotel lobby for public masturbation, or a blacked-out arrest at the concert for a random Boomer chimpout – a combination with alcohol would have just ended with Paddock either passed-out or dead in a pool of his own vomit.
What Are We Supposed To Believe?
This story has therefore taken quite a turn for the bizarre – too much has been ignored or brushed aside for a satisfactory end to the narrative.
- The brother’s likely been lying since the immediate aftermath of the massacre. His declaration that Stephen harbored no political, religious, or gun-loving beliefs just doesn’t make sense with what we’ve learned.
- There’s been no serious focus on the Asiatic wench Marilou Danley. She’s been questioned at least twice, been implicated in social security fraud and bigamy, but has still been let loose within hours of being named a “person of interest.” Why has Rody Duterte not been encouraged to call in extended family members for “enhanced interrogation,” and why has no dedicated attention been placed on the $100,000 sent to the Philippines right before the rampage?
- We’re now hearing that Paddock researched both Chicago and Boston as alternative sites, but decided to back out of these two locations for undefined reasons.
- Clark County authorities have already mentioned the possibility of radicalization, and the fact that it seems highly unlikely that Paddock worked alone in his planning for the attack – but notice nothing has been seriously attempted to round up or research any co-conspirators.
Sheriff Joseph Lombardo thinks it's unlikely Stephen Paddock worked alone: "It will be hard for me to believe that" pic.twitter.com/BPkUdAZZ9T
— Variety (@Variety) October 5, 2017
There’s much more to this that would take tens of thousands of words to fully explain in detail, but I suppose the message is clear.
I would just encourage everyone to remember the fact that had this been a case of a Nationalist losing his cool and striking at a Green Day concert or something, we would not be dealing with so many open holes in the narrative.
Everything would have been neatly packaged, we would have been condemned in full, and crackdowns would have been forthcoming beyond a shadow of a doubt.