As some of you might have noticed, SOFREP experienced a service interruption last night. We are still looking into why. This morning several of us writers met at a secure undisclosed online location and joked about which government agency might have been responsible. Later I had a friend reach out and ask me about the interruption and what might have caused it. The conversation went something like this:
Friend: “Is your site up and working”
Me: “Who sent you to ask me this?”
Me: “Just kidding, we seem to be up, now comes the hunt for the culprits!”
Friend: “Any suspects?”
Me: “Right now, all the evidence points to the United States Board of Geographic Names (USBGN). They’ve had it out for us for a very long time.”
Me: “Those $#%^&%$3!! They’re actually running the entire country and nobody even knows it!”
Friend: “I didn’t even know that existed”
Me: “OF COURSE YOU DIDN’T! The USBGN couldn’t very well run the entire country secretly if you knew who they were!”
My friend stopped talking to me (or was taken offline by someone else) before I could explain further.
Of course, all of this was said in jest, but all over the country millions of people have conversations exactly like the one above. The difference is that they aren’t kidding.
Regarding the Nashville Christmas explosion, rumors and third-party hearsay (which one should always be skeptical of) are afoot. Some say that the accused bomber, Anthony Warner, was heavily into conspiracy theories like 5G communications towers causing cancer, spreading COVID-19, surveilling the public, and brainwashing it. He also was said to believe in Lizard People who are an alien race secretly running the world (using the USBGN to run things for them in the U.S. no doubt). The theory goes that Warner tried to blow up an AT&T switching center in order to save the world from the perils of faster data flow rates on your phone and laptop, which gives you cancer and maybe control your mind.
“Not so fast!” was the reply of other conspiracists who offered their own theory that cuts Warner completely out of his own actions (he was a scapegoat). Their theory is a bizarre game of connecting the dots as seen by the post below, which is already circulating on social media and forums.
“AT&T got a contract to do a forensic audit on Dominion voting machines and those machines were being moved to Nashville this past week.The former owner of the AT&T building in Nashville, William Kennard, is a board member for Cerberus Capital Management and AT&T… He also was Bill Clinton’s FCC chair and Obama’s Ambassador to the EU. Dominion Voting is owned by Cerberus Capital Management… Cerberus is run by Staple Street Execs. Joe [Biden’s] brother in law, Steven Owens, is the co-founder of Staple Street Execs along with William Kennard (mentioned above).Super Computer in TN was connected to the AT&T internet in NASHVILLE… Yesterday evening the Cumberland river cooling system was compromised due to an internet outage and the Supercomputer fried…..If you don’t know, “Kraken” is a reference to a supercomputer that former prosecutor, Sidney Powell, has been talking about.So, the explosion ‘just happened’ to be at the AT&T location from where it “just so happens” that the cooling system for the supercomputer is controlled and the Dominion Voting machines and drives for forensic audit are housed…
Does it make sense now why no lives were lost? Does it make sense now why the FBI task lead couldn’t even put together a coherent sentence in the press conference yesterday? Does it make sense why the mayor was making light of the situation, almost laughingly, yesterday? Still think we are all crazy?”
- A need for understanding and certainty.
- A need for control and security.
- A desire to maintain a positive self-image.