Explosion Rocks Nashville on Christmas Morning – PART TWO

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PART TWO: Oddities, Coincidences, and Theories
Brock Benson | Civil Patriot

In our last article we laid out the timeline of the Christmas bombing in Nashville. We now know the name of the suspected bomber (Anthony Warner) as well as details of the fallout. We still don’t have the “Why?” question answered, though there are a host of speculations clogging up the Internet highway. We’ll get into those momentarily.  

Before we get to the theories, let’s take a look at some interesting coincidences, things that make you go, “Hmm.”


Coincidence #1:
One week ago, the news about the Solar Winds hack came out. 

Coincidence #2:
There was a suspicious posting on FB four days prior to the Nashville bombing from someone named Edward Jones (related to AT&T and the upcoming forensic audit). He set his post to private. 

Coincidence #3:
Nashville’s data center (the specific target of the bombing) is the hub that covers Georgia, where run-off elections are taking place. We now know that Atlanta was affected by the power outage. 

Coincidence #4:
“The AT&T data center in Nashville, TN, which is where this explosion took place, is an absolutely critical piece of United States communications infrastructure. It is a primary hub for VolP traffic (Voice Over Internet Protocol) and is a primary data collection center used by the United States National Security Agency (NSA) to intercept telephone calls and keep stored copies of those phone calls.” (chronographic institute.com) 

Coincidence #5:
Investigative journalist, Maryam Henein dug into the building’s history and found that the former owner was Cerebus Capital, a private equity group made up of Carlyle Group veterans, like Hooten Yagoobzadeh. In December 2019, it just so happens, Yagoobzadeh acquired Dominion Voting Systems through yet another private equity firm. Coincidence?” (forbiddenknowledge.com) 

There are a variety of theories floating around out there speculating “why” the bomber chose this location and timeframe. Here are a few of the ones I’ve stumbled across in my research: 

Theory #1:
Forbiddenknowledge.com theorizes that the building might have housed the servers that would have proven election fraud. In other words, this was a cover-up. If this is true, it would explain why the bomber went to the trouble to warn people to stay away from the R.V. If the intent was to destroy the building, not the people, this would make sense. According to rumormillnews.com: They knew exactly where to hit, at the fiber vault on the street. You get 3-4 of those go off, it could produce a Regional or US Wide telecom outage.”

Theory #2:
Similar to (and possibly linked to) the first theory, this second one speculates that the Deep State is attempting to steal the upcoming run-off elections in Georgia, just like they stole the presidential election. Specifically, the theory reads: Nashville AT&T Data Center, Room 641A is the specific data collection point operated by AT&T for the National Security Agency (NSA). It is part of the Warrantless interception perpetrated by government under the PATRIOT ACT. What part of the United States does this particular room cover? Georgia. By damaging this data center, it will make it almost impossible to monitor the upcoming Runoff Election for US Senate within the State of Georgia scheduled for January 5. Whoever did this may have wanted to prevent anyone from repeating the capture of phony voting tabulation which was caught during the November 3 presidential election.” (brutalproof.net)

Theory #3:
Alex Jones (at infowars.com) theorizes this might have been a false flag, to point blame on Trump followers, (a distraction, if you will). 

Theory #4:
NaturalNews.com theorizes: “We now have video evidence that an incoming missile initiated the explosion in Nashville. The following skyline video, embedded below, shows quite clearly an incoming missile trail immediately before the explosion. We also now know that the location, which was blurred out by Google street maps, housed the AT&T / NSA VoIP Router Complex, which allows the NSA to spy on all phone conversations and phone texts of anyone using the AT&T network.” 

Theory #5:
This one delves into the NSA’s surveillance program and includes charts and graphs linking the various AT&T hubs. Is the NSA spying on us?  

Theory #6:
David Knight, on Bitchute, theorizes this story ties into the hacking of Solar Winds, (a way to blame this on Trump supporters). Hackings can be made to look like they came from any number of places. 

Obviously, this is a breaking story with news blurbs (and theories) swirling like an Oklahoma twister. I, personally, haven’t drawn any conclusions just yet. Perhaps in time the dust will settle and I will see more clearly. Until then, stay tuned for more information over the coming days as it comes in. 



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