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“DEW” Attack Suspected In Unprecedented Colorado Fires


Just yesterday, I brought you Hank Kunneman’s prophetic word for 2022…

Among other things, he said people would routinely be saying “We’ve never seen anything like this before.”

Well, it turns out that things are starting already, as the fires in Colorado can only be described as “unprecedented”.

The story is odd for several reasons.

One: I follow the news pretty close and I haven’t seen much coverage of this story.

I only see it mostly online.

You’d think that when an entire neighborhood is charred to a crisp and burned to the ground in a scene that looks like the after-effects of an attack from the Crystalline Entity it would get some news coverage.

But this had been oddly, largely ignored.

Second: have you ever in your life heard of wildfires in Colorado in the dead of winter in a suburban neighborhood?

I haven’t.

Seems very strange.

And the direction and intensity of the fire seems almost artificial.

It’s why many online are beginning to ask if this was a Directed Energy Weapon attack, otherwise known as a “DEW”.

I’m not saying it was or it wasn’t, but I am saying I appreciate the people who are asking the question and digging into it.

Here’s a sampling of what some are saying online:

Straight out of ST:TNG when the Crystalline Entity attacks:

None of it seems to make much sense:

Here are more details from ABC News:

Thousands of people are being asked to evacuate immediately and hundreds of buildings have already been lost as winds fuel fast-spreading wildfires in Boulder County, Colorado.

Several small grass fires, sparked by downed power lines amid gusty winds in central Colorado, according to the Boulder County sheriff, have grown into raging blazes Thursday afternoon.

Of two wildfires burning, the most significant — the Marshall Fire — was first reported after 11 a.m. Thursday and has since “ballooned” to approximately 1,600 acres, Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle told reporters during a press briefing.

“We’ve been really concerned about the speed of the fire,” Pelle said. “This was consuming football-field lengths of land in seconds.”

Louisville, Colorado, with a population of about 20,000, is being asked to evacuate due to the Marshall Fire, according to the Boulder Office of Emergency Management. The entire city of Superior, Colorado, with a population of about 13,000 people, is also being asked to evacuate due to that fire.

Here are more videos live on the scene:

And from an airplane:

Of course the MSM and lefties can only blame “climate change”:

It indeed may be “man made”…..but in what way?

Climate change?


Or something else…?


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