What a sad, sad man Anthony Quinn Warner was.
He was single, he didn’t seem to have close friends, he had been involved in a legal dispute with his own mother over real estate, and his death was utterly and utterly meaningless.
I think he was trying to draw attention to himself by detonating his RV outside the AT&T building in downtown Nashville, and millions of Americans now know who he is, but no one will remember him with tenderness. Instead, they’ll be remembered as the man who blew out the windows of at least 41 buildings and devastated a significant portion of downtown in one of America’s most iconic cities.
Warner’s remains were found at the scene of the explosion and authorities were able to confirm his identity using DNA evidence.
If this was some terrorist attack, there would have been an effort to kill as many people as possible. But instead, Warner planned his suicide very early on Christmas morning, when hardly anyone would be downtown, and he issued RV warnings over and over again before he blew himself up.
We are told that Warner had worked in the IT field for a very long time and had been “embroiled in real estate legal battles with members of his family for the past few years” …
Warner was a longtime resident of the area who held a number of IT jobs, including one as a freelance IT technician at Fridrich & Clark, and public records show he had extensive experience with electronics and computer systems. ‘alarm. Warner had been involved in legal real estate battles with family members in recent years.
One of those legal battles was with his own mother. Could that have been one of the reasons he decided to kill himself?
The mainstream media is trying to convince us that the AT&T building may have been specifically targeted because Warner was supposed to “harbor a deep paranoia about 5G technology,” but I haven’t seen any evidence of that yet.
Instead, I think it’s much more likely that the AT&T building was targeted because that’s where his father once worked …
Newsweek confirmed on Saturday night that the suspect’s late father worked for BellSouth, a telecommunications company that merged with AT&T in 2006, before his death. A senior law enforcement official said investigators would pursue further steps to determine if there is “a connection between this bombing and its use.”
Of course, this narrative wouldn’t serve any of the agendas that mainstream news is trying to promote, and so expect them to continue to focus on the 5G anti-conspiracy angle.
Another very interesting part of this story is the fact that Warner recently gave two houses to a 29 year old mother in Los Angeles…
A 29-year-old mother who was given two homes worth $ 409,000 for free by the man identified as a person of interest in the Nashville bombing on Christmas Day said she had no knowledge of property exchange, DailyMail.com may exclusively reveal.
Michelle Swing, who lives in Los Angeles, says she was unaware that Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, signed the $ 160,000 Bakertown Road property that was looted from her on Saturday last month via a waiver deed.
In addition to the $ 160,000 Bakertown Road property, Warner had previously given him a $ 249,000 home …
However, Warner also moved another home on Bakertown Road to Swing via a waiver deed last year.
The $ 249,000 house was previously owned by a relative and Warner had only been in possession of it for five months before turning it over to Swing for free. She later also used an abandonment request to give the house to someone else.
So why would a 63-year-old single man give a 29-year-old woman in Los Angeles two houses for free?
We don’t know, and Michelle Swing doesn’t tell the press how she knows Warner.
I have a feeling that Warner probably met her on the internet at some point, and there’s probably a very good chance that he would develop some sort of romantic feelings for her.
Obviously, a pretty 29-year-old woman living in Los Angeles would almost certainly not be interested in a scary 63-year-old man like Warner, and at some point Warner may have realized he never had. the slightest chance of being with her.
Could this also have motivated his desire to commit suicide?
We’ll probably know more in the next few days, but the truth is there are countless more who look like Anthony Quinn Warner.
For those who are contemplating suicide, our society offers them absolutely nothing to live on.
Instead, all our society has to offer are brighter new products to buy, more insane entertainment to consume, and more years of bondage to the corporate machine that dominates our entire system.
Children, we are taught that we come from nothing and that we will come to nothing when we die.
In between, we’re told to try and take as much advantage as possible of the endless hamster wheels that the elite have created for us.
It is not to live.
At best, it exists.
What people really need during times like these is something to live for, and it’s something our society just can’t deliver.
But that doesn’t mean there is no hope.
The truth is, we were created for a purpose, and even in the midst of this horrific tragedy in Nashville, we’ve been given another reminder of who’s really in charge. Metro Nashville Police Officer James Wells could easily have died in the explosion, but at the last moment someone stepped in and intervened …
“It might not be politically correct, but it’s my truth,” Wells said, fighting back tears. “I literally heard God tell me to turn around and go see Topping, who was alone on Broadway.”
As he pulled away from the camper van around 6.30am on Christmas morning, the bomb exploded in the vehicle – causing him to lose his footing and suffer temporary hearing loss from the massive explosion.
“I’m just telling myself to stay up, stay alive,” Wells said as he grew emotional as he relived the terrifying situation. “And I take off in a full sprint. And I run over to Topping and make sure she’s okay. And we kind of meet in the middle and we just grab each other.
If there is one story to remember from this great tragedy, it is this.
Even in our darkest times, good things are happening, and we will all need to remember this in the very dark days that are approaching.
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