The bizarre Christmas Day RV explosion in downtown Nashville has left us wondering what possible motive the bomber had. Many are concerned that mass shooting and domestic terror attacks will become more common in the coming years. Americans are on edge.
Domestic Terror attacks in America
On Christmas morning, Nashville police responded to a report of a shooting in the downtown area. When they arrived at the scene, they quickly turned their attention to an abandoned RV parked on the side of the road. The RV had a message blaring on the loudspeaker saying “If you can hear this message, evacuate the area.”
Police quickly began banging on doors and helping people evacuate. Minutes later the RV exploded, rocking downtown and destroying several buildings. At this time, there are no bystander deaths reported from the blast. However, human remains were found at the scene, leading police to believe this could have been a suicide bombing. Police have identified a possible suspect and his home in Antioch Tennessee is being raided by ATF and FBI agents.
The person of interest was identified when neighbors told police that they recognized the RV from surveillance footage. It was the same kind that was parked outside of the man’s home just last year. Also, the man ran an alarm business, which would explain the bizarre alarm warning before the blast. Now many are wondering, what’s the motive?
1: The Building in which the RV exploded was/is an AT&T Bldg. ATT contracted to do forensic audit on Dominion machines; yes..you can verify this through news reports…etc
2: Those said Machines were/are being moved to Nashville pic.twitter.com/jRjrMZmZoI
— Fenrir (@fenr1rswolf) December 27, 2020
Las Vegas shooting Mandalay Bay
The Nashville bombing brought up memories of the horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas back in 2017. 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel towards an open-air music festival attended by 22,000 people. He then killed himself as police stormed his hotel room.
The attack left 61 dead, including the victim, and 867 injured. It was the deadliest mass shooting in modern history and it left us with more questions than answers. What was the motive? Why would a seemingly normal guy just snap and commit such an evil act? Conspiracy theories began swirling around the story immediately. Was Paddock an FBI patsy? Was this a gun sale gone wrong? Was there more than one shooter?
The Nashville explosion appears to be a suicide bombing. It’s also being reported that the suspect, 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner, who likely died in the RV explosion, gifted his Tennessee home to a 29-year-old woman in California just last year. The Las Vegas shooter, who was the same age as Warner, also gifted $100,000 to his younger girlfriend prior to the shooting. How strange.
Nashville bomber’s motive
The investigation is still underway, but already the conspiracy theories are running wild. Some are claiming the RV bomb targeted the ATT building downtown. ATT is the parent company of CNN, and the ATT building was owned by Cerebus Capital. Owners of Dominion Voting Systems, the company that many are accusing of voter fraud, are former executives from Cerebus.
Another twitter user claims the suspect was trying to take out a 5G cell tower. Yet another is claiming the attack was targeting data servers which held voting information from the 2020 presidential election. Oh boy, this could get interesting.
The #Nashville #bombing is nothing more than a cover up on dominion voting data – destruction – that’s why !!
1. No statement by president
2. ATT Building was target 🎯
3. Explosion 💥 was not an RV but a guided missle
4. Property targeted not people – destroy data pic.twitter.com/G4ka9xqLf5
— The Wolf of Fremont (@wolffremont) December 27, 2020