Vegas radio host Wayne Root has a list of twenty things in the incident that still don't add up. (Which would be ALL of them.)
How did an overweight, out of shape, 60-year old, anonymous guy (on no one’s radar) with no military training and no military or law enforcement history become Rambo overnight? He carried out this plot with no help? Got hundreds of pounds of weapons to his room? He broke open a hurricane-strength 800- pound window? Set up sniper-type guns? Pulled off worst mass shooting in America’s history with no training, no help? Even though the one over-riding theme of every survivor/witness I’ve spoken to, or heard from is…they saw or heard multiple shooters. Yet the FBI and Vegas police immediately discounted this theory. Why?RTWT.
The girlfriend connection has always been fishy, Paddock paying off a $100K debt a couple of days before the shooting is damning evidence that he never did it nor planned it, and Trump's Twitter silence on this whole thing has been deafening, IMHO.
I have spent a literal lifetime shooting down black helicopter theorists, because most of them are psychotic lunatards, but this time, nothing else makes any sense whatsoever, whereas a cover-up of a terrorist plot makes perfect sense, at every step of the incident.
For my money, it's far more likely there were other or multiple shooters, Paddock wasn't any of them, and the answer to the mystery lies four flights up from that 32nd floor suite, where Saudi terror-loving princes cavorted in a private hotel-on-top-of-a-hotel, and where authorities never investigated, but which could have held an entire terror cell unencumbered and unseen, done the entire deed, and walked out at their leisure hours or days later. Probably exactly like they did.
Paddock was just the dead patsy left behind to give a semblance of tying up loose ends for the easily bamboozled.
That, to me, makes one helluva lot more sense than anything that's been floated thus far.