Baseball, Apple Pie, and China: What Happened in Nashville?

Is it just me or does anyone else find it ironic that the targeted Christmas Day “bomb” in Nashville occurred in the heart of Americana?

Next to baseball, apple pie, and chevy, nothing is more American than glittery, gritty Nashville.

Nashville, home to country music and the Grand Ole Opry, is about as far away from international intrigue as one could imagine—except when it isn’t.

The inconsistencies of the blast itself, the media reports of an implausible lone suicide bomber, and the FBI’s press conference smells a lot like Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City bombing.

And what an incompetent story the FBI and media are weaving. Someone should tell the spooks and the media that patriots aren’t virgins anymore. Our innocence was stolen a loooong time ago.

It isn’t a conspiracy theory that the Democratic cabal covers its tracks, just as it did in the Oklahoma City bombing in April 1995. So yes, it is incumbent upon us to look at the facts that are NOT being reported.

The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was completely destroyed four days before Hillary Clinton was to be indicted over the Whitewater scandal.

Perhaps it was just a coincidence that the documents related to the case were destroyed in the bombing along with 168 people, but I don’t think so.

And Building 7 at the World Trade Center complex wasn’t hit by an airplane either.

According to a report by The National File, “SolarWinds, the company that fell victim to a devastating cyberattack in March, is owned by Silver Lake and Thoma Bravo. Until 2015, Silver Lake owned SunGard, an IT company with a data center virtually in the same location where the Nashville Christmas Day bomb exploded yesterday.”

Silver Lake has questionable ties to the communist Chinese, with President Trump even suggesting they may be behind the SolarWinds cyberattack.

SolarWinds board director Kenneth Hao, who led the establishment of a $75 billion investment firm into China, also led Silver Lake’s investments in the Alibaba Group from 2008 to 2011.

As soon as I heard Alibaba Group, my antenna went up. Where had I heard that name before? It seems that all roads to treason do lead back to China–and President Obama.

In November 2014, President Barack Obama did a very odd thing. He took time off at an Asia-Pacific summit in Malaysia to interview Chinese internet billionaire Jack Ma on government-business ties.

On stage, Obama flirted with Ma, who was looking to make inroads into foreign markets, including the United States, even though Alibaba has said that some of its larger overseas markets include Brazil and Russia.  

Following this love fest orchestrated by Obama himself, Ma made a secret visit to the White House in 2016 where he held a lunch meeting with Obama that was not listed on the President’s public schedule. This was later confirmed by a White House spokesperson.

According to The Washington Post, reporters spotted Ma leaving the White House but he declined to comment other than saying his meeting with Obama was “very good.”

In my report, China’s Giant Appetite for Data, Alibaba came up again as a globally recognized name that has received special treatment from the communist Chinese government, helping them to grow internationally.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. operates as an online and mobile commerce company and carries around 1,500 Telpo products, including wireless phones, payphones, fixed wireless terminals, IP phones, and billing meters.

Alibaba also recently bought a huge stake in what is said to be the equivalent of Chinese YouTube and Twitter. It provides online and mobile marketplaces in retail and wholesale trade as well as cloud computing and other services.

Reports have also been circulating around the internet that AT&T was awarded a contract to do a forensic audit on Dominion voting machines and those machines were being moved to Nashville this past week.

It isn’t clear that AT&T was targeted because of the rumored forensic audit on the machines, but it is plausible that the Chinese may have been involved in a targeted satellite strike in order to cover for Democrats in bed with the Chinese government.

The Gateway Pundit reported on Sunday that IT expert Russell Ramsland could prove that voting data was sent to China. Ramsland said a forensic audit in Savannah, Georgia, “Shows tabulation machines were sending election results to China.”

In some video footage I have seen, the blast looks less like a bomb and more of a strike, a strike that didn’t appear to originate from the RV itself.

There is no crater and the trajectory of the hit and the subsequent blast makes it impossible that the suspected patsy, Anthony Quinn Warner (conveniently reported as dead), was involved in orchestrating his alleged suicide bombing.

And cars don’t just blow up in traffic accidents either, such as when a campaign staffer for Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler, Harrison Deal, was killed in a fiery car crash that also ignited two other vehicles. The crash occurred ahead of an appearance Loeffler was scheduled to make with Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. David Perdue.

Deal was a former intern of GOP Sen. David Perdue and was said to be close with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp. The same governor President Trump said he is ashamed he ever supported.

It isn’t a secret that the entire Democratic Party is owned by the Chinese government and it is certainly plausible that China could orchestrate a preemptive strike using satellite technology.

After all, the entire reason Trump pushed for the Space Force wasn’t because we want to go to Mars but because China is dominating the skies. It is also possible that this is why the FAA designated the sky over Nashville as “National Defense Airspace.”

America, on the Democrats watch, was left as a sitting duck just waiting to be picked off by China when the time was right.

I am not an explosive expert or an IT expert, but one thing I do know is our alphabet agencies and the deep state are not to be trusted. If any of this proves to be true, the war has already begun. And they drew first blood.