Terrorist Connection in the Las Vegas Massacre?

[VIDEO] The Las Vegas shooting may have a terrorist connect according to Congressman Scott Perry of Pennsylvania. The Congressman appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” and made statements to that effect. Tucker questioned him closely as you can see in the video or read right here. Do you agree with the Congressman that something does not smell right about this slow-moving investigation?

As Written and Reported By Frank Camp for the Daily Wire:

On Thursday, Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA) appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” and made a startling claim regarding the Las Vegas shooting that, if accurate, could be game-changing:

CARLSON: Congressman, you’re the only member of Congress I am aware of that’s taken a public position asking questions about this. What are your questions?

PERRY: Well, I smell a rat like a lot of Americans [do]. Nothing’s adding up; it’s been four months, as you said. We don’t even – the man’s dead; they said he was a lone gunman, lone shooter, yet we can’t get the autopsy results. But even more troubling than that, recently, I’ve been made aware of what I believe to be credible evidence, or credible information regarding potential terrorist infiltration through the southern border regarding this incident.

CARLSON: Terrorist connections?

PERRY: Yes, sir.

CARLSON: Okay, so what’s the outline of that? What would [that mean]?

PERRY: Well, let’s face it. ISIS – twice before the attack – ISIS warned the United States that they would attack Las Vegas [by I think] June or August, and then after the attack, claimed responsibility four times. Meanwhile, the local law enforcement investigative services are telling us there is no terrorist connection; lone gunman. Again, something’s not adding up…….

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Rep. Scott Perry Claims He Has Received ‘Credible Information Regarding Potential Terrorist Infiltration’ Relating To The Las Vegas Shooting | Daily Wire

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