Alternative media sleuths across the world are trying to get to the bottom of the Las Vegas shooting and the following video, made available by Twitter user Red Pill, is going to lead to even more questions.
We won’t put words into Eric Paddock’s mouth. You decide what he intended to say:
“Steve had no help… Steve didn’t take help… it did not take a village for Steve…”
“Steve was an arm…”
**Eric Paddock Realizes Mistake**
“I’m sorry… Please don’t…. I’m using a colloquial term…”
There are two likely possibilities for what Eric Paddock meant to say.
First, shooter Stephen Paddock recently wired $100,000 to the Philippines, a country known for an illegal arms trade that in 2014 led to the arrest of a Californian Senator. Thus, is it possible Eric Paddock meant to say, “Steve was an arms dealer,” prior to cutting himself off?
Or, perhaps, he intended to say, “Steve was an army of one,” a slogan used by the U.S. Army in recruiting commercials.
What was Stephen Paddock’s Brother about to say here before his earpiece told him to shush?
“Steve was an Arms…”
*realizes his mistake*
— Red Pill (@IWillRedPillYou) October 4, 2017
Here’s how internet users interpreted his statement:
Arms dealer would explain where he got the $$
— BostonJohn (@BostonJohn9) October 4, 2017
No. He was about to say “army of one”
— Mike Csencsits Jr. (@MikeyCsencsits) October 4, 2017
Sounded like he was going to say an arms dealer.
— John Vilseck (@Darkness_DNC) October 4, 2017
Narratives seem to be falling apart at the seams. This man appears fearful not in mourning.
— Delaluz321 (@Delaluz_321) October 4, 2017
Paddock was a patsy who was set up with an arms deal gone south. That explains wiring $100,000 to the Philippine & why he had so many guns
— Robin Poe (@10thCrusader) October 4, 2017
Would explain why he flew planes.
— All American Mom~ (@1PatrioticBitch) October 4, 2017
Things appear to be taking yet another turn for the bizarre, as breaking news from The Daily Sheeple suggests that there is a connection between Stephen Paddock and domestic intelligence agencies, as the plane Paddock once leased is currently registered by a company that lists “the defense/intelligence community” among their clients.