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steeler

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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 8:03am



 kurtster wrote:

Never said that there was any relationship between AT&T and election rigging.  Did I ?

All that I said was that, to me, AT&T was the target, period.  The only speculation I made was that it was possibly a former U-verse customer, in jest.  Go back to the beginning, please.

Why did I come to my original conclusion ?  The location of the blast and because there was a warning to evacuate before the blast went off.  People were obviously not the intended targets, otherwise there would have been no such warning.  Turns out that I was correct.  The motive is only now becoming clear.  Knowing the motive was not necessary to determine what the target was in this case.  And so easy.  At least to me ...
 

“Turns out that I was correct.” Why is that important or of significance?
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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 7:21am



 kurtster wrote:

Never said that there was any relationship between AT&T and election rigging.  Did I ?

All that I said was that, to me, AT&T was the target, period.  The only speculation I made was that it was possibly a former U-verse customer, in jest.  Go back to the beginning, please.

Why did I come to my original conclusion ?  The location of the blast and because there was a warning to evacuate before the blast went off.  People were obviously not the intended targets, otherwise there would have been no such warning.  Turns out that I was correct.  The motive is only now becoming clear.  Knowing the motive was not necessary to determine what the target was in this case.  And so easy.  At least to me ...
 
My apologies.  I didn't realize you were merely pointing out that the explosion of an RV parked in front of an AT&T office was targeting them.  

I missed the fact that the 2 articles referencing Dominion were there as proof that the AT&T building was targeted...and you weren't suggesting any relationship.  My bad.

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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 7:20am

kurtster wrote:
Really ?

Yes.
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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 7:17am

 Lazy8 wrote:
kurtster wrote:
 

You're helping kill them.
 
Really ?
kurtster

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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 7:16am

 rgio wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
If nothing else, my conclusion from the beginning that AT&T was the target was spot on. Why is what we will be talking about going forward, if at all
 
Kurt, a few things.

There is no correlation between targeting AT&T and election rigging. 

It is conspiracy theory 101 to take something obvious, associate it with something nefarious, and create "truths" from nothing.  A major side effect of addressing those issues (like a newspaper citing the theory), is that Google and other search engines pick up on it, and turn crazy into a story that blankets the first page of their results....meaning it must be true.

I heard from a former co-worker of Mr. Warner (the bomber) that he knew 5G and the COVID vaccines were being used by Bill Gates to track us all.  

Put Warner, ATT and 5G into your Google machine and you'll see...I'm right!  Bury your head sheeple...5G is going to control you!

Wow...that's kinda fun.  And so easy.
 
Never said that there was any relationship between AT&T and election rigging.  Did I ?

All that I said was that, to me, AT&T was the target, period.  The only speculation I made was that it was possibly a former U-verse customer, in jest.  Go back to the beginning, please.

Why did I come to my original conclusion ?  The location of the blast and because there was a warning to evacuate before the blast went off.  People were obviously not the intended targets, otherwise there would have been no such warning.  Turns out that I was correct.  The motive is only now becoming clear.  Knowing the motive was not necessary to determine what the target was in this case.  And so easy.  At least to me ...
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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 7:10am

kurtster wrote:

Ponder this: most of the people throwing these used diapers of talking points at the wall are doing it as a hobby. Keyboard warriors who see it as a game; the outrage they display online is equivalent to a Raiders fan protesting a referee's call—lot's of noise and anger vented, but ultimately of no consequence.

Someone took it seriously. He killed himself, wrecked a bunch of buildings and vehicles, and injured 3 people. It could have gone much worse.

This is happening on a smaller scale too, and the death toll from that will ultimately be far higher. I personally know people convinced that the vaccines being distributed now are nefarious plots to do some vague harm by means they cannot comprehend, but are convinced of. Some of them are going to catch the disease the vaccines would prevent, some of them are going to die.

You're helping kill them.

It's not funny.

It's not clever.

It's not harmless fun.
steeler

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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 6:37am



 rgio wrote:


 kurtster wrote:
If nothing else, my conclusion from the beginning that AT&T was the target was spot on. Why is what we will be talking about going forward, if at all
 
Kurt, a few things.

There is no correlation between targeting AT&T and election rigging.  It is conspiracy theory 101 to take something obvious, associate it with something nefarious, and create "truths" from nothing.  A major side effect of addressing those issues (like a newspaper citing the theory), is that Google and other search engines pick up on it, and turn crazy into a story that blankets the first page of their results....meaning it must be true.

I heard from a former co-worker of Mr. Warner (the bomber) that he knew 5G and the COVID vaccines were being used by Bill Gates to track us all.  

Put Warner, ATT and 5G into your Google machine and you'll see...I'm right!  Bury your head sheeple...5G is going to control you!

Wow...that's kinda fun.  And so easy.
 

I will reserve judgment until our President retweets it . . . Then we will know! 
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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 6:23am



 kurtster wrote:
If nothing else, my conclusion from the beginning that AT&T was the target was spot on. Why is what we will be talking about going forward, if at all
 
Kurt, a few things.

There is no correlation between targeting AT&T and election rigging.  It is conspiracy theory 101 to take something obvious, associate it with something nefarious, and create "truths" from nothing.  A major side effect of addressing those issues (like a newspaper citing the theory), is that Google and other search engines pick up on it, and turn crazy into a story that blankets the first page of their results....meaning it must be true.

I heard from a former co-worker of Mr. Warner (the bomber) that he knew 5G and the COVID vaccines were being used by Bill Gates to track us all.  

Put Warner, ATT and 5G into your Google machine and you'll see...I'm right!  Bury your head sheeple...5G is going to control you!

Wow...that's kinda fun.  And so easy.
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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 6:07am

 kcar wrote:


Who's making these claims? And where? And when?

Any supporting evidence behind these claims?  Is there any logic- or evidence-based story to string these beads of factoids together? For instance, what does the supercomputer have to do with the Dominion voting machines? 
 
A google search for William Kennard brought up these results ...

Suicide bombing suspected in Nashville explosion as ... - KVIA

kvia.com › news › us-world › 2020/12/26 › suicide-bo...
 
2 days ago — Bill Lee on Saturday announced he had requested a federal emergency ... according to Betsy Williams, who was staying at an apartment on Second Avenue. ... The former owner of the AT&T building in Nashville, William Kennard, is a board ... Dominion voting is owned by Cerberus Capital Management…


Background Info On The Nashville Explosion - Chattanoogan ...

www.chattanoogan.com › 2020/12/27 › Background-I...
 
14 hours ago — AT&T got a contract to do a forensic audit on Dominion voting ... The former owner of the AT&T building in Nashville, William Kennard, is a ...


Two, what one should consider, reputable sources.  The second link now goes nowhere, the first goes to a story that no longer contains the referenced information, so my conclusion is that it has since been edited.

Nonetheless, this information was reported, at least for a minute by two mainstream sources.  So what is someone searching for information to do when it is initially reported at reputable sources ?  Things do change as time passes and more information becomes available.  The fault would lie with these two credible outlets who reported this initially, not someone doing a search and posting their findings thinking that there was merit to this information.

There would not even be a discussion of this event had not sird posted anything to begin with.  None of you lefties even thought it to be of any concern until several days later and you have a reason to find fault with someone.

If nothing else, my conclusion from the beginning that AT&T was the target was spot on.  Why is what we will be talking about going forward, if at all.
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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 4:44am



 rgio wrote:

There is no evidence.  Think for 15 seconds...AT&T is auditing voting machines?  There are dozens of firms that you would hire...but AT&T isn't one of them.  They don't do that.  Supercomputers?  Besides being unnecessary...AT&T?  

The Right has learned that if you add just a little complexity, tens of millions of their idiots will believe, and more importantly share, anything.
 

As my mom likes to say, if the people who whip up these scams/conspiracies applied the same effort to an honest job or project, they'd be doing quite well.
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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 4:41am



 kcar wrote:


 sirdroseph wrote:
nonsense
 

Who's making these claims? And where? And when?

Any supporting evidence behind these claims?  Is there any logic- or evidence-based story to string these beads of factoids together? For instance, what does the supercomputer have to do with the Dominion voting machines? 

And no, Sidney Powell was not referring to a supercomputer when she used the term "Kraken."

With all due respect, why did you even bother posting this hot mess? 
 

There is no evidence.  Think for 15 seconds...AT&T is auditing voting machines?  There are dozens of firms that you would hire...but AT&T isn't one of them.  They don't do that.  Supercomputers?  Besides being unnecessary...AT&T?  

The Right has learned that if you add just a little complexity, tens of millions of their idiots will believe, and more importantly share, anything.
kcar

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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 - 4:32am



 sirdroseph wrote:
 

Who's making these claims? And where? And when?

Any supporting evidence behind these claims?  Is there any logic- or evidence-based story to string these beads of factoids together? For instance, what does the supercomputer have to do with the Dominion voting machines? 

And no, Sidney Powell was not referring to a supercomputer when she used the term "Kraken."

With all due respect, why did you even bother posting this hot mess? 
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I remember you'hooo...


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Posted: Dec 27, 2020 - 2:04pm



 Steely_D wrote:
Disappointed that they publish his name. We need to stop that.
 


Agreed. Perhaps "random conspiracy theory nutjob" would be better.

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Posted: Dec 27, 2020 - 11:35am

Disappointed that they publish his name. We need to stop that.
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Posted: Dec 26, 2020 - 9:15pm

 sirdroseph wrote:
 
Since no one else is talking about this ...  My guess is that it is simply a disgruntled former AT&T U-verse customer.  Having once had this service, which was so bad it drove me back to Time Warner Cable, I would completely understand.
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Posted: Dec 26, 2020 - 10:42am

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Posted: Sep 29, 2020 - 4:54pm



 GeneP59 wrote:
Did you know that I will be a write in candidate for President? Yup not kidding. Gone write my name in when I vote now that Alfred E Newman is no more.
{#Yes}
{#Jump}
That way I can say I ran for POTUS. I didn't even get an invite to the debate tonight.
{#Arghhh}
 


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Posted: Sep 29, 2020 - 4:48pm

Did you know that I will be a write in candidate for President? Yup not kidding. Gone write my name in when I vote now that Alfred E Newman is no more. {#Yes}
{#Jump}
That way I can say I ran for POTUS. I didn't even get an invite to the debate tonight. {#Arghhh}
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