Video Footage from Las Vegas Mass Shooting Raises More Questions


Las Vegas: Newly released video of the mass shooting in Las Vegas on October 1, 2017, shows that, just prior to the dramatic moment when Metro Police charged through the lobby of the Tropicana Hotel with automatic weapons drawn and pointed at customers at the slot machines, they attended to a man who had been shot in the head with a pellet gun. Another video shows police talking about other victims, including witness Jesus Campos, who were shot with pellets. Officers also reported being struck by pellets. And in yet another video, we see a man who said he was shot in the head being turned away for medical help because he was not wounded badly enough. You can save time by not watching all this video, because that is a summary of what you will see. You will not learn who fired the pellet guns or why? The primary value of this evidence is just that it contradicts the official narrative. So now there are even more unanswered questions. -GEG




Mexican Government Is Busing 1,700 Caravan Migrants to Unprotected Texas Border for Easy Entry into the US


A caravan from Honduras was given food, shelter, and 49 buses to take them to unsecured areas of the Texas border. The buses were supplied by private companies at the request of the Mexican government. The Pentagon is sending 4,000 new troops to the border, but it is unclear what they will be allowed to do to repel the invasion or if they will even try. -GEG

Coahuila officials deployed 49 private
buses and dozens of police vehicles to help transport and safeguard more
than 1,700 migrants to an unsecured part of the Texas border. The
caravan recently departed from Honduras.

Over the weekend, hundreds of migrants
began arriving in southern Coahuila as state officials began setting up
temporary shelters and providing food. Governor Miguel Riquelme oversaw
operations at one of the camps. The official count from Sunday stood at
1,674 migrants.

El @GobDeCoahuila brinda la atención de salud, alimento y dormitorios a la #CaravanaMigrante que ha llegado a la #RegiónSureste del estado, y que en las próximas 24 horas continuará su recorrido rumbo a la ciudad de #PiedrasNegras. pic.twitter.com/fB3t9OJxpe

— Gobierno de Coahuila (@GobDeCoahuila) February 3, 2019

In Nuevo Leon, a border state just east of Coahuila, officials outfitted shelters for 1,400 as smaller groups of caravan migrants began to arrive on their journey to the Texas border.
Riquelme ordered that state police forces travel with the caravan to the cities of Piedras Negras and Acuna to ensure their safety. Piedras Negras is immediately south of Eagle Pass, Texas, while Ciudad Acuna is immediately south of Del Rio, Texas. As Breitbart News reported, both cities lack any form of physical barrier other than the ports of entry.

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