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Is This The Real Story Behind The Chinese Weather Balloon?


Having trouble following the Chinese weather balloon story?

Allow me to fill in some gaps.

I have a theory about what’s really going on.

I believe this was a “test run” to test out a couple things.

First, how would we respond?

We failed that test miserably.

Or “passed it” if you’re looking at it from China’s viewpoint.

Their puppet Biden responded exactly as he was told.

But America lost, there’s no doubt about that.

So what was it a test run for?

I believe this was absolutely a test run for something I’ve been warning you about for YEARS:  an EMP blast.

So, what is an “EMP bomb”?

Heard the phrase but don’t really understand it?

I’ll explain:

An EMP bomb, or Electromagnetic Pulse bomb, is a type of weapon that releases a burst of energy that can disrupt electronic devices.

Imagine you have a bunch of electrical wires all tangled up, and suddenly someone shoots a spark into the middle of them. That spark would cause all the wires to short out and stop working. An EMP bomb works similarly, but on a much larger scale. It releases a huge amount of energy that can affect all kinds of electronic devices within a certain range, like computers, cell phones, cars, and even power grids.

An EMP bomb can be made in two different ways: a nuclear EMP bomb or a non-nuclear EMP bomb. A nuclear EMP bomb is made by setting off a nuclear weapon high up in the atmosphere. The explosion creates a burst of energy that can travel long distances and affect electronics over a wide area. A non-nuclear EMP bomb is made using a device called a flux compressor, which creates a similar burst of energy, but without the use of nuclear material.

When an EMP bomb goes off, it creates a burst of energy that can interfere with the normal functioning of electronic devices. This can cause all sorts of problems, like wiping out data from computers, making cell phones stop working, and even causing car engines to shut down. In some cases, the energy from an EMP bomb can be strong enough to damage or destroy electronic devices completely.

The impact of an EMP bomb depends on several factors, like the size of the bomb, the altitude it’s detonated at, and the location of the target area. If an EMP bomb were detonated over a large city, it could potentially cause widespread chaos and disruption to everyday life.

So, why would someone want to use an EMP bomb? One reason is as a military weapon. If an enemy’s electronics are disabled, it could give your own military an advantage. An EMP bomb could also be used as a tool of sabotage or terrorism, to disrupt a country’s infrastructure and cause chaos.

However, there are also many concerns about the use of EMP bombs. One of the biggest is that the energy released by an EMP bomb could also affect other things besides just electronics. For example, it could damage or destroy power grids, which could have serious consequences for the people who rely on electricity for their daily lives.

In conclusion, an EMP bomb is a type of weapon that releases a burst of energy that can disrupt electronic devices. It can be made in two different ways and the impact of an EMP bomb depends on several factors. The use of EMP bombs has potential consequences for both military and civilian populations, and the technology should be used with caution.

I think that’s what’s happening here….or what will soon happen!

Imagine the entire continental United States suddenly transported back in time to the stone age?

Nothing works.

Not even gas powered cars will turn on because they have tons of electronics in them.

Computers, internet…all down.

In fact, Alex Jones has been ahead of the curve on this.

I think he’s 100% spot on.

Watch this:

Newt is talking about it too:

Here’s more, from the Washington Examiner:

High-altitude balloons, such as the one China has floated over mountain state military bases this week, are considered a key “delivery platform” for secret nuclear strikes on America’s electric grid, according to intelligence officials.

Spy balloons, used by Japan to drop bombs during World War II, are now far more sophisticated, can fly at up to 200,000 feet, evade detection, and can carry a small nuclear bomb that, if exploded in the atmosphere, would shut down the grid and wipe out electronics in a many-state-wide area.

The threat of balloon-launched electromagnetic pulse attacks was warned about by a congressional EMP commission and inside the military several years ago.

In a 2015 report for the American Leadership & Policy Foundation, Air Force Maj. David Stuckenberg, one of the nation’s leading EMP experts, wrote extensively about the threat balloons carrying bombs pose to national security.

“Using a balloon as a WMD/WME platform could provide adversaries with a pallet of altitudes and payload options with which to maximize offensive effects against the U.S.,” he wrote in the report.

“A high altitude balloon could be designed, created, and launched in a matter of months. There is nothing to prevent several hundred pounds of weapons material from being delivered to altitude,” he added.

On Friday, he told Secrets, “China’s recent balloon flyover of the United States is clearly a provocative and aggressive act. It was most likely a type of dry run meant to send a strategic message to the USA. We must not take this for granted.”

Now in the private sector, Stuckenberg, a national security expert and scientist who led the Defense Department’s EMP Task Force and chairman of the American Leadership & Policy Foundation, pointed to Japan’s World War II “Project Fugo” that targeted the U.S. with balloon bombs as an example of the threat. “Not since WWII has North America faced a threat of this nature. Project FuGo in Japan used balloons to float bombs on the trade-winds across the Pacific to the U.S. and Canada,” he told Secrets.

EMP experts have warned that China, North Korea, Russia, and Iran have programs to hit the U.S. grid with electromagnetic pulse weapons that would cut the cord for a year or longer. A congressional report has warned that a blackout that long could result in millions of deaths.

Stuckenberg cited the research of the late Peter Pry, who headed a congressional commission on EMP and reported on the potential of a balloon-launched attack.

Check this out and then tell me how it’s not TREASON for Joe Biden to allow this to traverse the entire US?

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Could this also tie in to a deadly volcanic explosion?

That’s my theory, what do you think?


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