Las Vegas Shooting Cover-Up Continues: Police Ban Independent Reporters From Attending Press Conference


There are so many unanswered questions about what really happened that night at the shooting in Las Vegas and now independent reporters are not being allowed inside of public press conferences. Read more about what happened to Laura Loomer and Mike Tokes and decide for yourself if something deeper is going on behind the scenes.

In a move that is only furthering the now widespread belief that a cover-up is currently underway in Las Vegas, two conservative reporters who have broken multiple key stories about the strange and ever changing circumstances surrounding the horrific mass shooting were banned from attending the latest police press conference.

Laura Loomer and Mike Tokes were both denied entry by armed guards in what was a transparent attempt by the Las Vegas Police Department to stop anyone from asking real questions.

Loomer first noted that police had randomly decided to start claiming that press credentials were needed to attend their press briefings when in the past they had been open to all.

Laura Loomer tweet

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Once it became clear that this was put in place to stop both Loomer and Tokes from attending and asking any questions, the pair began to expose this shocking attack on the independent media.

Loomer even noted that the police response time to banning independent journalists was exponentially better than their response time to the worst mass shooting in American history.

Interesting, during the press conference in question, Sheriff Joe Lombardo specifically attacked “conspiracy theories” surrounding the Las Vegas mass shooting. Remember, Loomer was accused of spreading conspiracy theories before authorities eventually “updated” their timeline to include facts Loomer originally released.

“There is no conspiracy between the FBI, between LVMPD & MGM — & nobody is attempting to hide anything referenced in this investigation,” claimed Lombardo.

To recap, two independent journalists were banned from attending a press conference that the sheriff then used to claim that no one was hiding anything from the public.

You literally cannot make this stuff up.

It's unbelievable that that these two reporters were not allowed in the conference and it makes you wonder whether it was indeed because Loomer was accused of spreading conspiracy theories prior to the conference. Many of here so-called “conspiracy theories” have been proven by witnesses who were at the event, so even if you don't believe in theories the fact still remains that all of these apparent facts and course of events still don't add up.

For more on this event and the banning of independent reporters at this specific press release, visit The Sheeple.