We have barely begun to learn anything about the Las Vegas shooter and already the media has moved on.
It is interesting to compare how fast we knew about the Manhattan terrorist compared to the Las Vegas shooter. Some of that was because the terrorist survived and was willing to talk. But I don’t know if that accounts for all of the great difference. The media doesn’t seem interested in pursuing the story.
Tyler Durden asks, “Why Has The Las Vegas Massacre Disappeared From The News Cycle?”
It is without a doubt, our news cycle – in the age of 24/7 constant-connectedness – moves at a breakneck pace. With so much information and news reaching us, it’s easy to become overburdened and burned out on the world around us and the things taking place. It is true, too, that the mainstream media dictates what stays center in the mind of the public and what is allowed to fade away and be forgotten. It is of the utmost importance we remain aware – however exhaustive it may be – of stories that just don’t add up.
On October 1, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire on a country music festival from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel, which overlooked the festival venue. Paddock’s onslaught left 58 dead and 546 injured.
A full month later, and we are still without any answers. Even more worryingly, the Vegas shooting has disappeared from any cable news channel. Even online, discussion over the shooting has all but vanished, save from the more conspiratorial corners of the web.[…]
Compare the massacre in Vegas to the terrorist attack that happened yesterday in New York. Within hours, we knew the name of the terrorist, had a picture of him, had his history as a refugee in the U.S. under a “diversity visa”, and had a note declaring allegiance to ISIS. We have timelines and what the terrorist was doing in the hours, days before the attack…
…yet in the case of Stephen Paddock, nothing.
Remember, people really suffered and died. They deserve answers.
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