President Trump spoke out against deceased maniac Stephen Paddock Monday. Initial autopsy results didn’t reveal anything bizarre, but it seems obvious that something wasn’t quite right in Paddock’s head. He slaughtered dozens of people like they were nothing more than animals.
“We cannot erase the pain of those who lost their loved ones but we pledge to never leave their side,” Trump said. “It’s a very sad event… a demented, sick individual… The wires were crossed pretty badly in his brain.”
Paddock’s brutal attack is one of the most disturbing crimes in American history. He was an older, wealthy man who raised no suspicions yet he planned his massacre with the precision of a soldier. His body is currently being examined at Stanford University as doctors search for hidded brain disease.
“It has been revealed that the 64-year-old was allegedly prescribed diazepam, an anti-anxiety medication, which is known to cause aggressive behavior in people.
Police believe Paddock might have been on the anti-anxiety medicine at the time of the mass shooting,” The Daily Mail reports.
Of course, there are millions of people in the U.S. who are currently prescribed anti-anxiety medication, and they typically don’t turn into mass murderers.
(Source: Daily Mail)