Yesterday, I posted a video reporting shots fired through the front door of the Vegas Bellagio Hotel on the night of the concert attack.
My, my. YouTube took the video down. We found a new link. Don't know how long it'll work.
Why did YouTube take down the video? On what grounds? It was truthful and therefore disturbing? The video was taken inside the Bellagio by a guest, and she speaks at length about the shooting incident.
I guess that's too real. A new standard for violating the rules: "It's too real, take it down."
Or: "It's obviously fake, it must be, because no approved media outlets reported that shooting, but it looks too real so it's a great fake, take it down."
Clearly, another shooting in Vegas around the time of the concert shooting would open up the door to the idea of a planned multiple attack, involving more than just a "lone crazy man at the Mandalay Hotel."
Can't have that.