Creationist: The Vegas Massacre Was a “False Flag” To Take Away Our Guns October 7, 2017

Creationist: The Vegas Massacre Was a “False Flag” To Take Away Our Guns

I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that a man who rejects all the evidence in support of evolution would also reject the facts about the Las Vegas shooting.

That’s precisely what Creationist Kent Hovind argues in a new video, saying that the shooting, which left 58 people dead and hundreds more injured, was a “false flag” operation designed to take away everyone’s guns.

One guy did not fire all those rounds. There’s a thousand things about this… for instance, all the pictures they show of the blood, the blood is still red! That’s movie blood… to make it look… the blood turns brown or dark after a short time of being out of the body!

… Now there were people shot and killed. But the whole purpose of that thing that happened in Las Vegas is to take away the guns. The Second Amendment has always been an obstacle to those… I cover in my video #5 of my award-winning video series all the different countries through history that have used gun control as a means of mass extermination like Hitler and the Jews…

Where are all the shell casings? Wouldn’t those hot shell casings burn holes in the carpet? Show us that burned carpet from the hotel, please. How come none of the maids that came up there and cleaned the room every day saw what was going on? Don’t you think they would’ve noticed something? Thousands of rounds of ammunition? And why did all the people say there’s flashes coming from several spots on the hotel?

Bill Ludlow does a quick job of rebutting some of those arguments in the video below.

As Ludlow accurately points out, the pictures often show red blood because they were taken moments after the massacre. And if people actually died, as Hovind admits, how is this a false flag?! It’s also disturbing that Hovind uses the massacre to promote his video series…

Ludlow didn’t mention this, but the reason the maids didn’t notice anything in the shooter’s room was that he put a “Do Not Disturb” sign on the door for three days prior to the shooting. The flashes coming from other parts of the hotel were likely strobe lights (seen long before the shooting). And the shell casings were all over the floor of the hotel room, with one officer even saying, “You couldn’t step anywhere without stepping on dozens of shells… The room was full of brass shells.”

Not that facts matter to Hovind.

He’s not exactly known as a deep thinker. Even calling him a shallow thinker is too generous. He’s the guy whose doctoral thesis from the unaccredited Patriot Bible University opens with the line, “Hello, my name is Kent Hovind.”

Just when you thought Hovind couldn’t get any more despicable, he finds a way to prove us wrong. It’s the only proof he ever has.


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