LOL. Ellen Degeneres walks Jesus Campos through the official story using a chart and a pointer.
Staged interview? You bet.
Hard questions? Nary a one.
(((They)))–the FBI, Deep State, whoever–couldn’t keep Campos, who is probably an illegal alien, under wraps forever. They also couldn’t kill him because that would be too damn suspicious.
Thus, the ONE and ONLY interview he’s doing is with Ellen. The Deep State probably has something on her or her producers, thus leading to this staged interview.
Another aspect of this story that is going to require more research than I can do now concerns the witnesses who have ended up dead. I plan to get to that aspect of the story during my rounds of posting tomorrow or the next day.
The two Mandalay Bay employees first on the 32nd floor in the Las Vegas massacre have spoken out on TV for the first time — describing to Ellen Degeneres how they narrowly dodged death as killer Stephen Paddock shot at them through a hotel door.
Security guard Jesus Campos said he was originally called to the 32nd floor to check on an open door, and then found that a stairwell door had been blocked by a metal bar.
“At that time I heard what I assumed was drilling sounds. And I believed that they were in the area working somehow,” Campos told daytime-talk host Degeneres on the episode to air Wednesday.
In one of investigators’ timelines in the massacre that left 58 dead on Oct. 1, officials said Paddock shot at Campos through the door before firing from a broken-out window on a crowd at a nearby concert.
In the interview, Campos said he believes those drilling sounds might have been Paddock’s opening gunfire — and that the gunman fired on him through the door after Campos accidently let a hallway door slam.
“As I was walking down [the hallway toward Paddock’s room], I heard rapid fire and at first I took cover,” he said. “I felt a burning sensation. I went to go lift my pant leg up and I saw the blood.”
When Campos was shot, maintenance worker Stephen Shuck told Ellen he was arriving in that hallway to check on the barred door.
“That’s when Jesus, he leaned out and said, ‘Take cover, take cover,’ ” said Shuck, who credited Campos with saving his life.
At about the same time, a female guest came out of her room and Campos shouted at her to get back inside, he told Ellen.
At this hour (close to 4 A.M. Central Time U.S.) the interview is not up on youtube. I’m sure it will be later on Wednesday. In the interim, the following link to streamable will allow you to watch the interview and judge for yourself.
Campos is still being called a hero, which is an exaggeration even if his story is true. He stumbled on a crime scene and got shot. By the way, he’s doing quite well for someone who was shot by a guy who allegedly had all sorts of weapons at his disposal.