Since I did place this thread in the Dissecting Disinformation forum, I think I need to address the blatant disinfo which seems to be permeating (and
tainting) this whole situation. Especially after one such person -- Scott Binsack of the MFA Underground -- thought it was a good idea to give
everyone -- like me! -- the middle finger F.U. if you dare to question his awesome possumness. Because folks who think for themselves are that easily
bullied? No. I don't know about where he comes from, but where I come from, dem are fightin' words. So I'm going to use Scott Binsack as my
example, but the same principles apply to others, like Laura Loomer, and even the MSM.
After watching an hour-and-a-half of Binsack to see what he claims is "proof" of Jesus Campos being entered into the computers only the day before the
shooting, and by the CEO himself, what we got was a pic of a computer screen with some words on it. Mr. Binsack did not even claim to have personal
knowledge, as in he personally got access to the MGM computers and looked it up personally to find it. Nope. Someone he knows took a pic and sent it
to him. And that's his ironclad don't-you-dare-doubt-me "proof."
I could freaking photoshop that myself and take a picture of it and send to Mr. Binsack!!! That's not proof of anything. I'm not even sure it's
evidence of anything. I will assume that the computer screen does show a standard Mandalay Bay employee screen page, but there's absolutely nothing
verifying the information upon that screen as genuine. And given that it was obviously an MGM insider that provided that pic, it's just as obvious
that the insider had the means and the opportunity to create that page out of thin air and then took a picture of it to send to Mr. Binsack. That's
And throughout his self-important hour plus spiel, he often added opinions to facts and then declared ALL of it proven fact... it wasn't. For
example, he spent quite a bit of time going over the sale of stocks by MGM execs. That is fact. Then he added it was insider trading -- i.e., the
execs sold their stocks because they knew about the coming attack. That is opinion. But after mixing his facts with his speculation, he declared it
all to be proof and facts. It's not.
Nor did Mr. Binsack even consider -- much less rule out -- other possibilities. For example, rumors I've heard say that the CEO got much grief for
his offer to match employee contributions to his pet causes, and that he is planning to resign from MGM. If true, that would explain why the CEO sold
so much stock... and the timing is explained by the scheduled due dates to sell those stocks.
Personally, I think the CEO may indeed be complicit in all this. But I don't know that. And nothing Binsack has provided proves that. Do I think he
has "insider" friends and connections? Sure. But for all I know, those friends are sitting in Quantico feeding him his disinformation to spew to the
masses. Whoever his friends are, he trusts them -- I have no reason to trust them. And I have no reason to trust him. Pretty much puts us right
back where we are with the Feds and the Sheriff. Lots of unsubstantiated and unproven stories that we're just supposed to believe because he told us
so. And to that end, I can't help but wonder if his diarrhea of the mouth has a purpose... That hour-and-a-half I wasted listening to him could have
been much better spent elsewhere.
And if he really had the best interests of the nation and people at heart, and if he really wanted the truth to be known far and wide, he wouldn't be
making any threats to anyone who dares repeat his information. Instead, he would be doing anything and everything he could to spread that information
to the four winds.
He's obviously a self-promoter, and good for him... but that's a big problem for us. He's selling himself -- not the truth.
But I won't flip him off for it either. I just know better than to waste my time on him.
edit on 26-10-2017 by Boadicea because: added "Scott
Binsack of MFA Underground" for clarity