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Media Gaslighting — ‘5G paranoia’ behind Nashville bombing

News4 Investigates has confirmed FBI agents spent Saturday speaking with a top Nashville real estate agent, who contacted them after fearing the subcontractor who worked for him may be the same man whose home they were searching.

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Media Gaslighting — ‘5G paranoia’ behind Nashville bombing

5G Paranoia? Hmm…

This wreaks of a cover up.

The media tends to use extreme and radical — often exaggerated straw man examples of people or their beliefs in order to divert us away from what’s really going on.

The person who did this, seems to be a very technical person who may have had a specific reason for targeting the AT&T location that he did.

In 2018, the Intercept revealed The NSA’s Hidden Spy Hubs in Eight U.S. Cities were collecting data on millions if not even all Americans unknowingly to the public… One of these data collection centers happens to be the location where the bomb went off in Nashville.

Shortly after the explosion, there were service outages through out Nashville and the state.

Was this reported? Is this being reported?

Was this targeted attack designed to get our attention on Christmas of all days — to whatever is going on in the building that was bombed?

Certainly we do not condone terror, but that doesn’t void the potential reality of the NSA doing something shady in targeted building…

However, if you listen to the media — this guy and this attack is just another sad example of the dangerous effects that outlandish fake news and misinformation.

That of which can be stopped and censored by our heroes and trusted over watchers, Big Tech

Once again, the media extracts all truth from this story, and serves up nonsense carefully crafted to serve their larger agenda.

Here is the latest example of the spin coming out of a local NBC syndicate in Nashville…

“FBI agents investigating if 5G paranoia was behind Nashville bombing”

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – News4 Investigates has confirmed FBI agents spent Saturday speaking with a top Nashville real estate agent, who contacted them after fearing the subcontractor who worked for him may be the same man whose home they were searching.

Other federal agents spent much of the day searching the Antioch home of Anthony Warner.

Realtor Steve Fridrich contacted the FBI after reading Warner’s name, as for several years, a man by the name of Tony Warner had worked for him for several years doing information technology work.

Fridrich confirms that agents asked him whether or not Warner had paranoia about 5G technology.

Fridrich told the agents that Warner had never spoken to him about that.

But a source close to the federal investigation said that among several different tips and angles, agents are investigating whether or not Warner had paranoia that 5G technology was being used to spy on Americans.

A spokeswoman for the FBI said they could not comment because of the pending investigation.

Fridrich described the Tony Warner who worked for him as a kind person who they contacted only to work on internet issues.

“Nice guy. You know, he was a techie guy – don’t mean anything negative about that. He would do this thing and leave. He didn’t bother anybody. He did his thing and leave,” Fridrich said.

As for the RV that exploded when the bomb went off on December 25th, Fridrich said Warner only ever spoke of his fondness for camping in December.

And of course — who pushes this ignorant story line — Matt Drudge:

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New York City: Fines For Maskless People On Mass Transit

MTA To Start Issuing $50 Fines To Riders Not Wearing Masks

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New York City: Fines For Maskless People On Mass Transit

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Wearing masks on buses and subway trains has already been the rule for months now, but too many people still aren’t following it, and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority says its warning period is over.

Safety on the subway is always top of mind, and now it’s not just about protecting passengers from crime but from COVID.

To halt unnecessary health risks and keep precautions on track, the MTA is urgently warning refusing to cover your face will cost you $50.

“We need everyone to do their part and mask up. We know this is what our customers want. They told us they feel safer when they see their fellow customers wearing masks,” said MTA Chief Safety Officer Patrick Warren. “It’s the ultimate sign of respect.”

After months of handing out hundreds of thousands of masks  on mass transit, the MTA is taking a stern stance and stepping up enforcement.

Read more on CBS New York…

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Tennessee: Shooting in Kroger

13 people injured, 1 dead at Collierville Kroger

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Tennessee: Shooting in Kroger

Collierville, Tenn. — An active shooter has been reported at the Kroger in Collierville, according to the Town of Collierville.

Thirteen victims were reported and one of them has been pronounced dead.

The shooter is also dead.

What we know:

Thirteen people were injured. One person was pronounced dead. The shooter is also dead, and police believe this was a self-inflicted gunshot. The victims’ conditions range from minor to extremely serious.

A brief timeline of events:

  • The active shooter was reported at 1:30 p.m..
  • Four minutes later at 1:34 p.m., the first officer arrived on the scene
  • The Swat team arrived, went aisle to aisle clearing the scene. They helped employees out who were in hiding and/or injured. They were hiding in the freezers and locked closets.

They are still working multiple scenes at the Kroger including the shooter’s car and other personal equipment believed to belong to the shooter.

Click here for updates from FOX Memphis…

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Seattle keeps buying new buildings to house homeless

‘The fastest we have ever brought housing online’: Seattle to buy 3 new buildings to house homeless

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Seattle keeps buying new buildings to house homeless

SEATTLE — Three new buildings in Seattle with 165 studio apartments that were supposed to be rented at market rates will instead house people leaving homelessness and people at risk of becoming homeless.

The nonprofit Low Income Housing Institute will buy the buildings on Capitol Hill for about $50 million, with city and state housing programs sharing the cost equally, The Seattle Times reported. Seattle is using federal COVID-19 relief funds for their part, Mayor Jenny Durkan said this week.

Two of the buildings will be managed by LIHI for adults. The third will be managed by YouthCare for young adults. Each will have a live-in case worker, Sharon Lee, LIHI’s executive director, said.

The deals will house people quickly and cheaply, relative to the time and cost required to develop low-income projects from scratch, Durkan said. The three buildings should be occupied by the end of the year, according to the city.

“This is the fastest we have ever brought housing online,” Lee said.

Read more on Oregon Live…

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