The Daily Beast: ‘Vegas shooters were new recruits inspired by Alex Jones and believed in chemtrails and other conspiracies’

By Shepard Ambellas

In an attempt to push for all out gun control, the establishment will try anything to get their way

(Photo: Facebook)
(Photo: Facebook)

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (INTELLIHUB) — Touted as real life Bonnie and Clyde duo, the two Vegas killers, a married couple, Jared Miller, 31, and Amanda Miller, 22, who engaged in a reported killing spree before dying themselves in a murder suicide scenario Monday, were “relatively new recruits whose radicalism was cultivated in online conversations about conspiracy theories ranging from Chemtrails to fluoride in the water supply”, wrote John Avlon of The Daily Beast.

The article, which should be considered a hit piece, details how the murderous couple’s “extremist political footprints are clear”, going on to say that the Miller’s were just an “echo chamber” who often parroted radio talk show host Alex Jones and reposted articles written by, a well-known alternative news website. In fact the author goes further, saying that Alex Jones “flipped the script” on his radio broadcast Monday, saying that the “attack was a false flag operation perpetrated by Harry Reid”. Moreover the author points out that while several attempts have been made in the past to connect mass shooters with right winged extremists, the recent Vegas event is the smoking gun.

John Avlon wrote:

These are the wages of hate: two dead police officers and one innocent civilian, all with young children, sacrificed to fulfill a twisted vision sold by online snake-oil salesmen and professional polarizers. The politics of incitement has a real cost when it comes in contact with armed alarmists who cross the crucial dividing line from being willing to die for a cause and being willing to kill for one.

And if that’s no enough Matt Wilstein reporting for Media ITE, detailed some of the couple’s Facebook posts, linking them to the Bundy Ranch crowd as supporter, writing:

Jerad’s “likes” include such conservative pages as Conservative America, Conservative Daily, Mr. Conservative, Ron Paul, the NRA, Americans for Prosperity, FreedomWorks, all in addition to conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. Amanda’s included some of the same along with the Drudge Report and Hobby Lobby.

While Amanda appears to have kept her posts private, Jerad’s remain viewable by the public today. In this post from early April, Jerad demonstrated his support for the Bundy Ranch. Over the next two months, he posted about visiting the ranch and shared his outrage about the Bureau of Land Management officers threatening to shut it down:

“I will be supporting Clive Bundy and his family from Federal Government slaughter. This is the next Waco! His ranch is under siege right now! The federal gov is stealing his cattle! Arresting his family and beating on them! We must do something, I will be doing something.”, posted Jared Miller on Facebook.

But the Washington Post took the story even further Tuesday, reporting that the two were likely “militia” or “white supremacist” types. In fact, Mark Berman, reporting for the Washington Post in an article titled Las Vegas shooters had expressed anti-government views, prepared for ‘lengthy gun battle’, wrote:

While authorities said they believed this was an isolated, random act, they also said they were investigating the ideology of the two shooters.  They believe that the fact that they placed a swastika on the bodies of one of the people they killed Sunday suggested that they equated law enforcement “with the Nazi movement,” McMahill said. Police also said they are investigating reports that one or both of the Millers went to the Nevada ranch of Cliven Bundy during a standoff with federal authorities earlier this year.


The pair had numerous handguns, a shotgun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition with them on Sunday. ”It appeared as if they were prepared for a lengthy gun battle,” McMahill said.

However, if the couple was truly prepared for a lengthy gun battle, why would Jared’s wife have shot him so early into the reported Walmart killing spree, after only shooting one person, then killing herself?

The Los Angeles Times, giving more insight into the shooting, added a shocking new detail of the crime, offering a twist, reporting:

According to police, Jerad Miller walked into the pizzeria first, then went back outside and reentered with his wife.

As the couple passed the officers in the booth, Jerad Miller pulled out a handgun and shot Soldo in the back of the head, killing him instantly, police said; at some point during the initial outburst of firing, Beck took a bullet to the throat.

That’s when Amanda Miller took a gun out of her purse, and the pair repeatedly shot Beck.

They dragged the officers onto the floor, where Jerad Miller covered them with a Gadsden flag — a yellow banner with a coiled snake above the words “Don’t Tread on Me” — and placed a manifesto with a swastika symbol on one body, police said.

Shockingly, the use of a “Don’t Tread On Me” flag is an interesting detail, but some question the validity of this ritual as the situation looks more and more like an unfolding PSYOP to further push gun control agendas in America.

Although it’s unknown why the duo chose CiCi’s Pizza, the restaurants are typically located in Walmart parking lots, which may be the reason for the duo’s retreat to Walmart which the press has sold as another leg of a fully planned killing spree.

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Shepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.

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