Orlando Is Just the Beginning, Holy Hell Has Come to America
by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show The purpose of this article is to explore the following questions:
- Did Omar Mateen act alone in his shooting rampage in which he killed or wounded over 100 people in a nightclub in Orlando, Florida?
- Was Omar Mateen radicalized and representing ISIS?
- Has ISIS left behind clues which directly, or indirectly implicates them in the Orlando massacre?
- Are we to expect more of the same? And to what purpose would more attacks serve?
Did Omar Mateen Act Alone?
The early evidence indicates that Omar Mateen did not act alone. The logistics of the event as well as the following eyewitness account strongly suggest that this is a conspiracy. DAHBOO 777 astutely caught the following video feed. Watch the short clip, notice how the interviewee is cut off when he mentions that more than one person was involved. I have not been able to fully identify the person in the video below before they were cut off after saying that a man was trying to hold the doors so people could not get out. The mainstream media may be successful in cutting people off from telling the truth. However, there is one publication, the Palm Beach Post, that did not back away from controversy. The story below matches the account in the above video, at least to the extent that it was allowed to be presented.
From the Palm Beach Post“Janiel Gonzalez, 26, said he was sober and he remembers checking his watch just before walking up to the bar at Pulse nightclub.
Photo courtesy of Joe Capozzi and the Palm Beach Post
“I was ordering a Red Bull at the bar. I decided not to drink alcohol last night. As I was signing my tab, out of nowhere’ — and Gonzalez mimics the bud-dudda sound of the rapid gunfire he heard. …I heard two guns going at the same time….He said he heard another gun from a different direction, so he wonders if there were two gunmen. …the sound of the bullets is getting closer. Everyone starts to panic. People are getting trampled. Let us out, let us out!’ Gonzalez’ first thought was that it was a hate crime. “This guy is trying to prevent us from leaving. Maybe they’re working together,’’ he said.”
If the Gonzalez account is accurate, we have two shooters and at least one person trying to block the doors. By definition, this is a conspiracy.
Was Omar Mateen Radicalized and Representing ISIS?
Directly, Or Indirectly, Was This an ISIS Sponsored Event?
“Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Florida, whose district includes the area of the massacre, suggested to reporters that “more likely than not” the shooting spree at the nightclub was ideologically motivated. Let me put it this way,” he said, “the nationality of family members is indicative.” This sound like a highly prejudicial comment by Grayson. However, when we consider the comment in the context of last December’s San Bernardino event, it is understandable.