Just a few days ago, it seemed as if all anyone could talk about was the Las Vegas mass shooting. As the largest scale event of its kind in the history of the United States though, this seemed only appropriate. In the wake of the attack however, something unprecedented slowly seemed to happen. The mainstream media seemingly lost control of the narrative. With few clear official answers being offered up by the press, it was the so called “fringe” or “alternative” news media that carried the real torch of actual investigative journalism. A reality that an ever increasing numbers of readers seemed to understand.
With that in mind it’s no wonder the old guard media have been working in overdrive these last few days to make Vegas old news. Sadly it seems like they have succeeded, with America’s attention now moved onto much more important things then the brutal mass murder of its own citizens. Things like the latest Hollywood sex scandal. Too busy with this latest bit of “breaking news” to keep questioning the many parts of the Vegas story that just don’t quite add up yet.
Weinstein Scandal is a Psy-Op. This is getting too much undeserved attention. Do we really care about Hollywood producers this much?
Indeed! When did Harvey Weinstein become so important? Or is it that he is just unimportant enough to be sacrificed, yet famous enough to serve?
One movie that Harvey Weinstein didn’t produce, but that seems relevant, is “The Parallax View”.
TV newswoman Lee Carter (Paula Prentiss) is one of many witnesses to the public assassination of presidential candidate Senator Charles Carroll (Bill Joyce) atop the Seattle Space Needle. A waiter armed with a revolver is chased but falls to his death. Meanwhile, a second waiter, also armed, leaves the crime scene unnoticed. A congressional special committee determines that the assassination was the work of a lone gunman.