Video: How to Question What You’re Being Told About the Las Vegas Shooting

(ANTIMEDIA) — Nobody is saying not to question the government narrative.

We’re saying to do it using physical evidence, not bad science issued without all the data, and not because of what you think should’ve happened.

In the video below, Carey Wedler and Justin King have a quick conversation about the Vegas shooting.

How to figure out what actually happened in Vegas

Carey Wedler and Justin King have a quick conversation about the Vegas shooting and demonstrate how to avoid falling victim to bad narratives and bad research.

Posted by The Fifth Column on Tuesday, October 10, 2017

If you think anybody who had anything to do with this video supports government narratives, you’d be mistaken because you made that assumption without evidence and research. See how that works?

More of Anti-Media‘s coverage of the Las Vegas shooting:

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— YouTube Is Trying to Stop People from Seeing Las Vegas Shooting Conspiracy Theories
‘Suicide Note’ Seen in Vegas Shooter’s Hotel Room Finally Explained
— New Discoveries in the Las Vegas Gunman’s Room Raise Serious Questions
 Video: Police Release First Body Cam Footage of Las Vegas Massacre
— Vegas Shooter Was Prescribed Drugs Linked to Violent Behavior
— Fact or Fiction: 6 Rumors Surrounding the Las Vegas Shooting — Examined
— Las Vegas Shooter Wired $100,000 Overseas A Week Before Massacre
— First Pictures Emerge of Vegas Shooter’s Weapons, Hotel Room
— Las Vegas Killer Stephen Paddock Took Multiple Trips to the Middle East and Europe
— Amid Las Vegas Shooting, Americans Prove They Can Still Come Together
— Yes, the Las Vegas Mass Shooting Is Legally Considered Terrorism
— No, There Won’t Be a Gun Round-Up Because of the Las Vegas Shooting
— Who Was Las Vegas Shooter Stephen Paddock and What Was His Motive?

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