Nashville’s NBC News affiliate reports:
FBI agents working the Nashville Christmas bombing are asking around about whether Anthony Quinn Warner — a local computer expert named as a “person of interest” — was paranoid about 5G technology. Agents are probing if Warner, 63, feared that 5G technology was being used to spy on Americans, a source close to the investigation told NBC News.
As I’ve previously reported, some QAnon followers believe that 5G waves either transmit COVID or make one more susceptible to the virus. Vandals have destroyed multiple 5G towers in Britain and Europe.
And on a very related note, other QAnon nutbags are claiming that the Nashville bombing is somehow related to Dominion voting machines. No, really. See below.
Recently we transported the Dominion voting machines to that AT&T building in Nashville for an audit this week and then they blew them up this morning!
Hello ⛄️ Snowden pic.twitter.com/CQOvy4n22T
— TxGodmotheriii 2.0 (@TxGodMother3) December 26, 2020
Is this odd? I am hearing the Nashville building blown up was not just AT&T, but the collection point for NSA Fairwinds/Pinecone, and owned by Cerberus when Hootan ran it, before going to run Dominion. Is that odd?
— Patrick Byrne (@PatrickByrne) December 26, 2020
This article is from 3 days ago. It mentioned ppl connected with
Dominion Voting Systems getting death threats.
Is it a coincidence that ppl connected with the ATT building in Nashville (that was blown up) are connected to Dominion?https://t.co/gvDyy8iWt8
— Tariq Nasheed 🇺🇸 (@tariqnasheed) December 26, 2020
And the Dominion voting conspiracists are already out claiming the Nashville explosion was a cover for destroying evidence. These people are getting predictable.
— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) December 25, 2020