As investigators searched for possible motives behind the Christmas explosion, which hit downtown Nashville, wounded three people, and destroyed several buildings, new details about the suspicious bomber’s special beliefs emerged.
NBC News reported on Wednesday that investigators have obtained evidence that Anthony Quinn Warner, who died in the bombing, may have endorsed a conspiracy theory that from Barack Obama to the late Bob Hope, many in the world The most powerful people are actually evil, and the lizards look like aliens in disguise. Officials told NBC News that investigators have been asking friends and acquaintances and looking for clues that may have caused the explosion. They already know what Warner said about the Lizardman conspiracy theories-although it is not clear what these statements are. Yes. The authorities also reported that Warner had issued a statement to others that he would hunt possible aliens when he was camping in an RV before.
The so-called Lizardman conspiracy theories have relegated some newly and widely spread unfounded beliefs that have become the main factor in the dominant conspiracy theories in recent years. But in 201
In some respects, the lizard people are the pioneers of QAnon, which is the insidious pro-Trump conspiracy movement that has risen from the dark corners of the Internet in the past three years and has become a mainstream social media source, even Congress. building. Like QAnon, it is based on the myth that President Trump is working secretly to destroy the “deep state” conspiracy of Satanic pedophiles. The Lizardman theory believes that a secret network of bloodthirsty “global elites” created The tragedy of the massacre until 9/11. However, the situation got worse: the evil world leaders and Hollywood celebrities who caused so much suffering are not actually humans, but metamorphic, alien reptiles.
Although these two conspiracies share many of the same villains, such as Bill and Hillary Clinton, it can be said that Canon is more politicized. Trump and his allies are on one side, and almost everyone is on the other. side. On the other hand, it is believed that Lizardmen are lurking in the entire political realm. The blog dedicated to identifying our reptilian overlord accuses famous Republicans such as former President George W. Bush and South Carolina Senator Lindsay Graham, except for the United Kingdom The queen, Madonna and Britney Spears are all lizard people.
Although the theory claims that the lizardmen have been controlling human society since ancient times, since 1998, the BBC sports reporter has turned into a conspiracy theorist. David Icke, who proclaimed himself a philosopher of the new era, is considered remote The main representative of philosophy, when he published a book “The Biggest Secret”, claimed that royal family members are reptiles in disguise.
According to reports, federal investigators have been trying to determine whether Warner also believes in some more modern but equally absurd conspiracy theories circulating on the Internet about 5G wireless communication networks. An explosion occurred outside the AT&T building in Nashville on Christmas morning, causing the 911 service to be disrupted and disrupting AT&T services across the state. AT&T is one of the US telecommunications companies involved in the launch of 5G (the latest standard for broadband cellular networks), which is expected to significantly increase data transmission speeds. [Verizon, which owns Yahoo News, is also a provider of 5G technology.]
This spring, as the coronavirus pandemic began to spread globally, unfounded rumors began to circulate online, claiming that the new cellular technology was somehow linked to COVID-19, triggering cells targeting the UK and other parts of Europe Multiple fires in the tower.
Although scientists have repeatedly debunked the claim that COVID-19 is caused to some extent by 5G technology, conspiracy theories still exist and have attracted widespread attention in the United States. As Yahoo News reported this week, law enforcement and intelligence agencies warned in May of escalating threats on social media, calling on people to “target critical infrastructure, including cell phone towers, locations related to the power grid, and information related to upcoming Other sites related to government actions “target citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic. “
So far, the authorities have not been able to identify the specific motive of the Christmas explosion, although it is reported that Warner’s girlfriend warned the police more than a year ago that the 63-year-old was putting a bomb on a recreational vehicle outside his house. If his goal is to free the world from the domination of the human form of aliens and reptiles-then he chose a rather round approach.
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