Fox's Jeanine Pirro leans into conspiracy theories about Las Vegas massacre

Pirro: “This is not just one guy. This is too vast for one guy.”

From the October 6 edition of Fox News' Fox and Friends:

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ABBY HUNTSMAN (CO-HOST): It seems crazy that at this point no one knew about it. He was planning on it, now reporting, for months now. 


HUNTSMAN: He had checked in to other hotels in other big cities, Boston, Chicago, and yet his girlfriend says she knew nothing about this. His family members, no idea. Nothing on social media. Is that unusual to you? You have covered -- you have followed so many of these types of cases closely, that he was so quiet and private and secretive about all of this. 

JEANINE PIRRO: You know, I don't buy it. I don't buy it. If you recall San Bernardino, nobody knew, nobody knew. The family didn't know. And then we find out that they knew. Look, there are always telltales. And when a guy was as focused as he was, the guy had airplanes, all right? The guy had no military experience. How did he learn to shoot like this? How did he learn what it would take to shoot from that angle at that height? 

KILMEADE: Little tripods on the guns, and the platforms. 

PIRRO: He had tripods. He had help, there is no question in my mind. And I'm not in it, I'm not in the middle of this investigation. What I do know is this is not just one guy. This is too vast for one guy. 


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