Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, let loose what he really thought about the FBI in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in American history in a pair of tweets.
His tweets came as reply message to another Twitter user that posted about FBI methodologies. What is so fascinating about the statement’s placementas a reply is that the content is alarming. Assange, who hasn’t said anything else about the shooting orchestrated by Stephen Paddock, hasn’t tweeted on the topic since and has returned to his regular rant about the Catalonia independence movement.
However, these few words will leave you wondering just how much we didn’t know and we have left to learn.
In addition is what Assange had to say:
“Almost all “terror” plots are created by the FBI as part of its business model.
What is the business of the FBI? Extracting tax. What does it need to do that? A stable threat. Prob? Real terrorists are sporadic & make FBI look weak. Solution? Make them.”
According to our source, American’s freedom fighters, the insinuation here are rather damning particularly in the aftermath of the Mandalay Bay Massacre. The FBI does in fact have a long history of giving mentally insane individuals weapons and then arresting them for plotting attacks.
If the sheriff believes it was impossible for Paddock to have acted alone, who helped him?
What if the federal agents were in contact with him?
Why would Assange choose to tweet this information out now?
The FBI is giving guns to the mentally ill to attack people then leaping in to save the day, cameras rolling. What a bunch of jerks.
— Julian Assange ⌛ (@JulianAssange) October 5, 2017
Aaron Rouse, the special agent in charge for the FBI’s Vegas investigation is probably the only one that knows the answers to the questions keeping many American up at night. But, he doesn’t seem prepared to reveal them anytime soon.
One the end there’s one troubling possibility: the FBI was involved or at least aware of Paddock prior to this incident. They could have egged him on, they could have failed to arrest him when they planned to, or they could have misread the immediacy of his intentions.
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