The year 2020 got even more bizarre after supporters of President Donald Trump took to Twitter to claimed over the weekend that a Nashville suicide bombing was actually a military operation to steal the election.
Q-Anon members began circulation a series of complicated theories after an RV exploded in downtown Nashville. The Trump followers believe that the explosion was actually a missile strike aimed at destroying Dominion voting machines that were allegedly being audited at an AT&T facility. Some even blamed China for the explosion.
Pro-Trump attorney Lin Wood advanced the idea that there is a link between AT&T and Dominion Voting Systems, prompting an avalanche of wild conspiracy theories.
Check some of highlights below:
Was an AT&T data center in Nashville destroyed by the bomb yesterday?
Were AT&T cell or wi-fi signals which access Internet used in connection with Dominion voting machines?
Asking for a friend.
P.S. It is unlawful for voting machines to be connected to Internet.
— Lin Wood (@LLinWood) December 26, 2020
This might just be a strange coincidence…but
The ATT building in Nashville that was blown up today was owned by Cerebus Capital. Owners of Dominion Voting Systems,(the company many people are accusing of voter fraud) are former executives from Cerebus.
— Tariq Nasheed 🇺🇸 (@tariqnasheed) December 26, 2020
Military black op missions going down in Nashville 🤔. I wonder if that was an nsa “patroit act” listening hub. I woner if it held dominion voting records. I wonder if anyones gonna watch the explosion in slow mo.
— AP (@DuffleBagBoi_50) December 28, 2020
Sounds about right. Covid made him try to destroy evidence at the AT&T building where Dominion machines were being held for evaluation. I hope the plan of Democrats failed.
— Caren D. (@CarenDaniel5) December 28, 2020
Total BS…Definitely Military-Grade Explosives intended to destroy evidence in the AT&T building.
BTW, why is AT&T conducting "the audit" and not a major CPA firm?
— "President-Elect" HL3 (@HL356876250) December 28, 2020
Dominion Voting systems were not to go online in any way shape or form because it would have been illegal to do so. Not to worry though, Dems can just blow up AT&T and wipe that evidence clean, and of course FBI has their back, suspect dead in explosion, End of investigation.🤬 pic.twitter.com/tbFn0Cjmp6
— 🇺🇸★ᴍɪᴄʜᴀᴇʟ★🇺🇸 (@MichaelT_45) December 28, 2020
And why was ATT in Nashville blown up? IT expert Hasland says Georgia Voting Machines were connected to China. Then ATT building that covers Georgia is blown up!https://t.co/Hw08N5Nqm1
— Bg G (@9bb2e5c43a21469) December 28, 2020
6) So, the explosion “just happened” to be at the AT&T location where they “just so happen” to control the cooling system for the super computer and house the dominion voting machines and drives for forensic audit.
— Mama Athelia 🇨🇦 (@AtheliaMama) December 28, 2020
This guy was used. ATT hub server for TN and GA and Dominion information on server. Could be a dry run to knock down our communications so Left controls the message on TV. They want to bring in Communism. Pray! President Trump is fighting so hard for us to keep our freedom .
— Diana Weber (@Dianaweber123) December 28, 2020
A cousin in Nashville says the explosion was a missile strike, not a bomb. She says the actual target was the AT&T building, where voting machines are being examined. The goal was to destroy proof of election fraud. This is how fucking delusional Trump supporters are…
— Uncle Todd 🇺🇸 🇳🇱 🏳️🌈 (@unkltodd) December 28, 2020
There was no bomber whatsoever, it’s was a set missile specifically targeted AT&T building that was set to run a forensic test on Dominion Voting machines
— TFab (@GloriaAstra20) December 28, 2020
Fake story. It was not the RV it was a missile strike on At&t building housing the computer cooling system. Also where the got the contract to audit the voting machines
— President-elect-Conway (@ConwayEsli) December 28, 2020