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[quote]Wherever he hid the rifle must have been close also. Also, he knew there would be a ladder stashed right there?[/quote] It’s worse than that. There are witnesses saying they saw him approach the building with the gun. An opening was artificially created by someone who knew the plan. Tha...
[quote]If there was supposed to be a LEO on the roof, it is the SS's job to make sure he is there. No one else's. If people are not in position, Trump is not allowed on the stage.[/quote] To be clear, I’m not, in any way, defending the secret service. Someone had to leak the advanced plan and be ...

re: Time to shut Hollywood down.

Posted by theunknownknight on 7/15/24 at 10:58 am
[quote]Time to shut Hollywood down.[/quote] But then where would the kiddie diddlers go? DC is already overcrowded....
[quote]Conspiracies are easily explained by the above dynamics. At a macro level, all you need to do is create the right environment, and a moth will come to the flame eventually. It doesn't need to be an overt plan concocted in a board room - but the people in charge implicitly know what they are e...
[quote]Not in this case[/quote] That is a bad look :lol: I was referring to the EXPECTATION not the reality. ...
[quote]If what you posit is true the bastards who would try this shite better hope no one flips.[/quote] It is already leaking someone was supposed to be on the roof according to the SS. My bet, a local LEO....
Please read to understand what may have happened. This information comes from people I know with direct experience: There are (at minimum) three sets of people involved in planning and executing security at major events (this can, in theory, even include high profile concerts, academy awards, et...
Wind drift at that distance with a .223 is negligible at 140 yards of shooting at center mass...
They’re just afraid they could be next after realizing how easy a “lapse in security” can occur. ...
[quote]It was 2 minutes and 47 seconds I believe. Hence the title “multiple minutes”[/quote] Longer actually - there were witnesses who saw him BEFORE he was even on the building ...
[quote]What he's saying is that if there is a clear, credible threat...then the snipers have the green light to take the shot.[/quote] What’s frustrating is the videos that are coming out of the people who were standing next to the building about 50 yards away, who saw the man clearly with the gu...
[quote]that was an elevated position only 150 yds away, there should have been an LEO stationed there from the start[/quote] At least 2. And, again, considering a crowd of onlookers was watching this guy walk up to the building with a rifle, climb up, then shimmy forward for 4 minutes while w...
[quote]I’m not sure the normal protocol at all, but it seems odd to have 2 snipers both aiming their guns in a very similar area and not have one on a spotting scope with a much wider field of view and likely much better zoom ability without them knowing something was up in that area.[/quote] Con...
[quote]So a trained marksman couldn't miss if the target moved his head at the last second?[/quote] As an aside: True long range snipers use calibers that take that into account. For instance, if a .50 Cal missed Trump’s head by grazing his ear, half of Trump’s head would still have come off. ...
[quote]the scope limits your field of view due to magnification.[/quote] You can modify that in glass very easily, its a flick of the wrist At that distance you don't come off to look over your gun to realign on a completely stationary target…unless maybe you've never shot before. Seeing that ...
[quote]And we aren’t able to find out any information about him?[/quote] That's how “this” works. ...
They would be too busy spreading their legs cleaning out their vaginas....
[quote]Smart enough to get within 100 yard of the future president with line of sight[/quote] That wasn't smart. That was allowed. ...
[quote]Not sure why he would use .223 to kill someone at 100 yards. Better chance with .556.[/quote] Well the guy didn't seem like the brightest bulb in the room...
He probably takes them off or they came off when he was pushed around by SS...