1. Guy vanishes for five
days and pops out on a fluff interview with ... Ellen?
2. Instead of being interviewed by a cable news outlet or
investigative reporter, his only interview (more about this later)
is with daytime talk show host Ellen.
No hardball questions. No skepticism, no suspicion of his
story. In fact, he was coddled and praised and led through the
3. Unusually, the Ellen Show preleased the video of the interview to
the Washington Post, who posted it online before the Ellen Show
4. Every question Ellen asked was leading. It sounded like she had a
better grasp of what happened than Campos did.
5. Throughout the interview Campos looked nervous as hell. His body
language is hunched over, staring at the floor throughout most of
the interview. It wouldn't have surprised if he would have
projective vomited on the floor.
6. Campos is accompanied by a handler, the engineer Steven Schuck,
to keep him on message.
7. Handler Schuck, touching and rubbing Campos' shoulder was weird,
8. Not once did Ellen ask why Campos disappeared for five days or
where he disappeared to.
9. Ellen never asked Campos about his employment status at the
10. She busted out schematics and pointers to guide the failing
Campos along. When has Ellen ever used schematics and pointers on
11. Ellen never asked Campos why his version of events changed
12. Campos couldn't stay on script and seemed to get the doors
confused. Which door had the open door alarm going off - the room
door was closed and the stairwell door was secured by that metal
13. The timing of the gunshots was inconsistent between Schuck and
14. The interview concluded after a mere softball five minutes with
Ellen, speaking for Campos, announcing he would do no further
interviews. Ellen, speaking for Campos, announced that her interview
would be the only interview he would give.
15. Campos in person looks about 75 lbs heavier than he does in the
few pictures posted online. Also, the eyeglasses are gone. Is
this the same guy? Who IS Campos?
16. No questions about the security guard at Campos’ home.
17. 200 shots fired at him in close range down a narrow hallway he
is trapped in for 15 minutes, he is grazed once in the leg by a guy
who had the drop on him and who then can hit 500 or so people from
500 yards away. Not one question from Ellen about that.
18. Campos using military terms, like ‘rapid fire’, ‘under cover’,
‘dropped down’, that you would see in a movie. Not consistent with
the training and terms taught to security guards.
19. Campos rewarded with prizes at the end of the interview.
20. When people tell a story that is true, they always mention
irrelevant details. People always seem to relay some detail that is
important to them at the time, but has no relevance to the story.
Usually there are several of those. When people make up a story,
they never sprinkle irrelevant details in to give it authenticity.
This interview is a classic case of that. No superfluous details are
included. Everything mentioned is calculated and salient to the
21. Campos says he thought gunshots was the sound of drilling, which
preceded the gunshots fired at him.
22. The interview changes the timeline to exculpate the Mandalay Bay
and MGM from liability.
23. Wikileaks emails show that Ellen is an asset/ shill used by
democrats/ deep state to set a narrative.
24. The MGM has Ellen-branded slot machines. What is her real
relationship to MGM Resorts?
25. Interview did not show or discuss Campos’ injuries or scars.
Campos did not appear injured or in discomfort. We never saw him
This was NOT an interview, it was a bad joke, a staged 'closer' to
attempt to give the hotel some cover and remove the extremely
suspicious story of Campos from further danger by
interview. One feels that if he were to give five
interviews to the press, there would be five different versions