It’s beginning to look like the Christmas Day explosion from an RV in downtown Nashville was the work of a man that wasn’t trying to kill innocent people, but to actually take out some of the infrastructure of AT&T’s 5G network efforts.
First of all, it was done on Christmas Day at a time when almost no one would be around the area or working in the building. On top of that, there were announcements warning of the impending explosion. The guy really went out of his way to try not to hurt anyone, at least as far as he could without the obvious solution of not doing it to begin with.
In a time when the mainstream media is almost a conspiracy network unto itself, 5G theories have been mostly silent. There was a theory back at the beginning of the pandemic that COVID-19 was somehow caused by 5G networks, but that was one out there for sure. This story is bringing 5G conspiracy theories to the forefront.
We are not sure how the 5G story began, but there are a lot of people out there that think there is something to this. We are struggling to figure out why this would be such a threat to humanity versus the waves we are already being exposed to from the current broadband networks. WiFi is everywhere. This is all around you. It’s hard to see how 5G increases that problem. Still, as always, make up your mind for yourself. We’ve included a couple of videos below to educate on you on what some people think, and while we don’t necessarily advocate what you will see there, it’s always worth finding out what the story is. We look forward to hearing your comments on 5G in the space below.