By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

After virtually nothing on the Nashville Bomber's identity or even his name coming from the news media, I was reminded how in 1984 the government falsely claimed they had captured and arrested Winston and then showed a fake person being hauled off to jail to quell the rebellion and quiet the masses.

The striking parallels to 1984 are astounding. Here's what we know:

1. Allegedly, voting machines housed there were going to be audited by AT&T for voter fraud.

2. The life of the bomber is virtually unknown.

3. Even his home and what the FBI was looking for were completely ignored by official media reports.

This smells just like what the CIA and FBI have been doing for years to cover their tracks.

In the late 2000s, the FBI completely made up an Islamic terror ring and arrested David Williams for terrorism after paying him to commit the acts of terror. 

The Guardian succinctly summarizes the FBI-created terror plot:

Even more shocking was that the organisation, money, weapons and motivation for this plot did not come from real Islamic terrorists. It came from the FBI, and an informant paid to pose as a terrorist mastermind paying big bucks for help in carrying out an attack. For McWilliams, her own government had actually cajoled and paid her beloved nephew into being a terrorist, created a fake plot and then jailed him for it. "I feel like I am in the Twilight Zone," she told the Guardian.

Lawyers for the so-called Newburgh Four have now launched an appeal that will be held early next year. Advocates hope the case offers the best chance of exposing the issue of FBI "entrapment" in terror cases. "We have as close to a legal entrapment case as I have ever seen," said Susanne Brody, who represents another Newburgh defendant, Onta Williams.

Some experts agree. "The target, the motive, the ideology and the plot were all led by the FBI," said Karen Greenberg, a law professor at Fordham University in New York, who specialises in studying the new FBI tactics. 

But the issue is one that stretches far beyond Newburgh. Critics say the FBI is running a sting operation across America, targeting – to a large extent – the Muslim community by luring people into fake terror plots. FBI bureaux send informants to trawl through Muslim communities, hang out in mosques and community centres, and talk of radical Islam in order to identify possible targets sympathetic to such ideals. Or they will respond to the most bizarre of tip-offs, including, in one case, a man who claimed to have seen terror chief Ayman al-Zawahiri living in northern California in the late 1990s.

Imagine that, a made-up terror plot led by the FBI to drum up national security interests. The FBI had been running sting operations across America led by paid informants to lure people into completely fake terror plots and arrest people to drum up drama.

But the FBI isn't the only governing body who has done this. In the 1960s, the CIA and top brass at the Pentagon prepared to stage terror attacks on American citizens to drum up drama so there would be nationwide support for waging a war on Cuba. By the time it got to President Kennedy's desk, however, he shut it down.

This plot, called Operation Northwoods, was all set and ready to go before Kennedy shut it down. It's also truly disturbing and included actually killing off American citizens just to start a war, as Io9 writes:

In 1997, the John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Review Board released a pile of records from the Kennedy era. Among them was a 1962 document titled "Justification for US Military Intervention in Cuba." The memorandum concerned something called Operation Northwoods, a plan to create fake attacks on "friendly" defected Cubans, U.S. military bases, and U.S. citizens — all designed to appear conducted by Cuba. This action, known as a "false flag" operation, would be used to garner the public and political support necessary for direct military intervention against Cuba. And the plan wasn't some crackpot scheme devised by a minor official – it was sent from the Joint Chiefs of Staff to the Secretary of Defense, Robert McNamara.

At times, the document reads like a how-to manual for 9/11 conspiracies:

An aircraft at Eglin AFB would be painted and numbered as an exact duplicate for a civil registered aircraft belonging to a CIA proprietary organization in the Miami area. At a designated time the duplicate would be substituted for the actual civil aircraft and would be loaded with selected passengers, all boarded under carefully prepared aliases. The actual registered aircraft would be converted to a drone.

From the rendezvous point [with the drone] the passenger-carrying aircraft will descend to minimum altitude and go directly into an auxiliary field at Eglin AFB where arrangements will have been made to evacuate the passengers and return the aircraft to its original status. The drone aircraft will meanwhile continue to fly the filed flight plan. When over Cuba the drone will being [sic] transmitting…a "MAY DAY" message stating he in under attack by Cuban MIG aircraft. The transmission will be interrupted by destruction of the aircraft which will be triggered by radio signal.

The document also outlines an elaborate plan for a fake attack on the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, including suggestion number 10, "Sink ship near harbor entrance. Conduct funerals for mock victims." The author goes on to suggest a "Remember the Maine" incident, referring to the explosion and sinking of the USS Maine that lead to the Spanish-American War. "Casualty lists in US newspapers would cause a helpful wave of national indignation."

Plus, it is known that the CIA once controlled the American press in Operation Mockingbird, regularly lying to the American people about their operations. These days, there's a disturbingly high amount of former Deep State officials in the media, including former CIA directors. 

So how do I know the Nashville bombings are a Psy-op?

Welp, besides it being completely possible and in the realm of normalcy for the Intelligence Community to regularly fake terrorist plots and even plan murdering U.S. citizens to accomplish their goals, here's the disturbing evidence of a psy-op in motion:

1. The RV itself warned people to move away

I implore you to remember a terror attack where the terrorist told people to run for dear life before the bomb explodes. Go ahead and take your time. The fact of the matter is, people don't warn you to run away if they're plotting a terror attack at the busiest time on one of the busiest days of the year.

However, THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THE "TERRORIST" DID. On the busiest day of the year, at the busiest time of day, he tells people to leave or else his bomb will kill people. This is not a terror plot. Terrorists who have empathy for human life don't strike when everyone is there. They strike at night or on off-peak hours so nobody will get hurt. This guy did it on the busiest time of day.

As The New York Times reports:

NASHVILLE — First came the warning, then came the blast, shattering the Christmas morning silence in the heart of the city’s tourist district.

Before dawn on Friday, Nashville police officers rushed to calls of gunfire on Second Avenue, a strip of honky tonks, restaurants and boot shops. Instead of gunfire, they found an R.V., blaring a strange and unsettling message: There was a bomb. It would detonate in 15 minutes.

When the R.V. did explode, it sent plumes of smoke billowing above the city, blew out windows in shops and offices for several blocks, left three people hospitalized — and Nashville shaken.

Police said the explosion was deliberate. It was also deeply unsettling, coming in an area that draws thousands of people nightly. But who set it off and why remained unknown as officials began to make sense of the blast.

 Who blows up a busy intersection if they don't want anyone to die? Not a terrorist, that's for sure.

2. There were warning gunshots but no gun deaths

According to CNN, the gunshots heard were "warning shots" to tell people to clear out. What terrorist fires warning shots? If you're a terrorist trying to make a statement, and you deliberately choose a busy intersection, why fire warning shots? It doesn't make any sense:

First there were the gunshots that startled residents awake in a downtown Nashville community on Christmas morning.

When people looked out their windows a little before dawn, they saw an old, white motor home parked on their street.

Then the sound of a woman's voice started emanating from the recreational vehicle, with a warning. There was a bomb that was going to go off in 15 minutes.

When the RV exploded, it shattered windows and sent flaming pieces of debris through the air, damaging several buildings.

The warning told people they had 15 minutes to clear out, there were gunshots to awaken the neighbors so they don't get hurt. The more your read this, the more it just doesn't make any sense for a "terrorist" to have done this.

Why go through all this effort when there are less peak hours to accomplish your bombing? It is common for terrorists to scout out locations before they commit their act of terror so they can accomplish their goal. It looks as if this person made no such effort. Another major anomaly to the "narrative."

3. Anthony Q. Warner, the suspect, worked in Information Technology

Little is known about Anthony Warner other than the fact he was a freelance Information Technology consultant who set up the networks of a realty agency among other unknown jobs. But the fact an IT guy blows up a building with election servers sure seems like a serious coincidence.

He also never voted in a single election and was not registered to vote. Additionally, everyone described him as heavily introverted and not the conversational type. Further, he was single with no kids. His entire history sounds like the typical description of a CIA agent, according to one who wrote a book on his deep cover days after being outed by a Chinese hack:

Well, I should probably start by saying that I am a single guy who has never been married and I don't have any kids. But I still kept my career secret from everyone else I knew aside from fellow Agency colleagues. The only person I told for the past ten years was my brother. I just told my mom and dad last week the day before they published the NYT article on me. Figured if it was ever time to do it, it was then.

So for context, since you asked about family - I classify that as solely my mom and dad. And I kept it from them by telling them I was a low level sales guy - which I also told everyone else - and since that's pretty boring, their truthfully weren't a whole lot of other follow up questions. Now, when I deployed to Afghanistan I told them I was moving to Hawaii because they live in the midwest and I knew it was the furthest state away and the chances of them visiting me were slim to none. Turns out, they did want to come and visit a few times and I just had to dodge it and tell them I was busy or couldn't do it during the time frame they proposed.

Let me tell you, they were pretty shocked this time last week. But we are all good now and they really thrilled to see me on TV and hear me on the radio. It's also a gigantic weight off my chest that I have been carrying for the past ten years.


It is no secret that AT&T was part of the 2020 election infrastructure. A pamphlet from AT&T themselves blatantly states they worked with election officials in California:

After several years of design and planning, the county was ready to begin Building a Better Way to Vote Los Angeles has transformed its entire election system from the ground up. operationalizing VSAP. That’s when it brought in AT&T to help implement various aspects of the project. 

“As a system, VSAP had a lot of operational nuances that needed to be straightened out,” Bhullar says. The county had long maintained a relationship with AT&T, but it increased that collaboration to help make VSAP a reality. 

“Bringing in AT&T helped us in many capacities, including streamlining our cybersecurity and network operations, as well as process improvement.” 

One key decision, which the county implemented in April 2019, was to assemble a program team, led by AT&T’s consulting group and select subject matter experts from AT&T’s security organization. The team was co-located with the Registrar Recorder which facilitated communication and helped protect the elections.

Additionally, this was true in many other counties, as another AT&T pamphlet blatantly states. Further, AT&T is KNOWN TO DO ELECTION SECURITY AUDITS FOR STATE GOVERNMENTS.

Page 9-10 of the AT&T Pamphlet states:

That meant security upgrades for election infrastructure and endpoints, but it also meant rethinking policy and governance, looking at risk and compliance, improving identity management, expanding training for users and developing strategies for combating misinformation on social media. 

Bhullar’s office worked with AT&T to conduct a risk assessment of its baseline security posture. Then it set about improving it. The team pulled in best practices from established cybersecurity frameworks from places like the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). 

“But there wasn’t an exact model for us to follow,” says Bhullar. “There was nothing parallel to what we are and how we wanted to establish our cybersecurity program. So we built it ourselves.”

If this wasn't a psy-op to cover up voter fraud, there sure are a lot of unusual coincidences going on.


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