Four Days Before The Bombing In Nashville Near The At&T Building, Man Created A Fake Story That AT&T Got The Contract To Do The Forensic Audit On The Dominion Voting Machines And That They Are Transported To Nashville – Updated

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We are going to file this as unconfirmed news, but it’s really strange that Edward Jones wrote a Facebook post four days before the bombing in Nashville that now could create a huge cloud of controversy and a lot of conspiracy theories.

So far we can’t confirm that any Dominion forensic contracts being handed out. Not sure if it makes sense AT&T would even do them or why machines would be sent to Nashville.

Image of the Facebook status below:

The independent citizen journalist Alexander Higgins Has reached out for comment to Edward Jones.

The profile pic has changed but the image that was in the profile is still listed in photos. This post could not be located on the timeline.

Alexander Higgins contacted Edward Jones and he confirmed that the post real. The post has been made private due to the attention it is getting. The author says Dominion machines being shipped to AT&T for forensic audit is an unconfirmed rumor but the post itself is indeed real.

Edward Jones wrote around midnight that he is leaving tow and once he feels safe he will re-activate the post:

Edward Jones is now in Ohio and allegedly he claims he has more on the story:

I am now in Ohio. I have written a detailed timeline and am sending it to various news outlets. I'll see what they publish. If they don't publish anything about it, I'll post the full article here.

Posted by Edward Jones on Saturday, December 26, 2020

Take what you want from it. The timing of the post 4 days before the bombing is what strikes interest though.

(Update)
Edward admits that he created a fake story:

The Birth of a Fake Story

(TL;DR – the point is to stop reading headlines, so read the damn story)

On Christmas day I…

Posted by Edward Jones on Wednesday, December 30, 2020

We can label this news as fake!

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