Take a look at this photo from the Las Vegas ‘shooting’ and do some critical thinking. First, the couple with the cowboy hats appears to be posing for a photographer. Their reaction does not at all seem to be a spontaneous response to a shocking attack that just occurred or is ongoing. Second, notice the people on the left in line for food at the pizzeria. They are acting completely casually. Obviously that is not consistent with a shooting having just taken place. If the shooting were ongoing or had just taken place, people would be cleared out of the area, running away from it or on the ground to protect themselves. And if someone argues that, well, the people at the pizzeria didn’t yet know that there was a shooting, then there’s no good explanation for the behavior of the couple in the cowboy hats.
Further, notice the woman with both arms on her back, in line to order pizza. She is manifesting no fear, urgency or concern whatsoever. The same can be said of many others in this photo. The photo looks staged and fake. The same is true of so many other photos of this hoax. The event also took place under a pyramid and near an obelisk.
Now, in this image take a look at the guy in the cowboy hat and focus on his feet. Notice that his left foot is in a completely unnatural position. If he were actually running in that position, his ankle would be broken or severely sprained. His right foot also doesn’t appear to be in a natural position with respect to his leg. It looks fake. Also, consider the debris on the ground. It shows up in numerous images of the hoax. It does not appear to be regular, random, normal, dirty trash. It seems as if they just dumped a large amount of water bottles and some other things on the ground to give the appearance of chaos. Also, notice the man in the red shirt with no shoes. Why doesn’t he have shoes on? It’s very unlikely that he would lose his shoes. It seems that during these staged events, they tell some people to remove their shoes to give the appearance of chaos.