Stephen Paddock the gunman that killed 58 people in Las Vegas, may have been a right wing, conspiracy theorist. It seems to be theme among these serial killers and mass murderers. They seem to think that government is out to do them harm, so they go out and shoot people to make a statement.
In a statement, a woman said she sat next to Stephen Paddock and overheard him acknowledging the anniversary of the Ruby Ridge and Waco Siege. Both of these incidents just so happen to be anti-government movements.
Again, this just seems to be the theme, time and time again.
It's always the same story.
According to sources, a man claims that days before the Las Vegas shooting, Stephen Paddock went on a anti-government rant. The rant was about Fema Camps and how the government were coming to kick down doors and confiscate guns.
We all have heard this kind of rant before. It's sad that the people who are supposedly trying to wake people up to the corruption of the government, are the very people that are turning violent.
As the media continues to mock Kanye and debate over his slavery was a choice statement, what has gone unnoticed is the fact that Kanye has impacted the Black community in a way. He has sparked the debate about mental slavery and loyalty to the democratic party. Far right extremist " Alex Jones" has doubled down making videos on his website praising Kanye for his support for Trump.
President Trump himself has thanked Kanye, saying that he has taking his approval among African Americans from 11% to 22%.
As crazy as it may sound, Trump and Kanye may have more of an impact than what most of us have imagined. I don't know how true it is that Kanye bumped up Trumps approval rating, I do know this, Kanye has caused an uproar and most importantky, he has caused Black people to think twice about the democratic party.
Victor Jarome Morrow