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3 US Power Substations Attacked On Christmas Day – 4th Damaged (Video)

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Published on: December 27, 2022

We have been seeing this more and more.  Attacks on power stations in the US is becoming quite frequent.  It’s almost as if our own government is engaged in these activities, which they more than likely have a hand in.  Did you hear the reports from the Mockingbird media about three power substations in the united States that were attacked on Christmas Day?  No?

Well, here are the local reports of the attacks.

The attacks all occurred in the same county: Pierce County, Washington.  This left thousands without power.

ABC News reports:

The search continued Monday for vandals who targeted four power substations on Christmas Day in Pierce County, Washington, setting fire to at least one of the facilities and knocking out power to more than 14,000 utility customers, authorities said.

Two of the break-ins were at Tacoma Public Utilities substations and two others were at a Puget Sound Energy station, according to the sheriff’s office in Pierce County, which encompasses Tacoma.

No arrests have been announced.

The vandalism came amid a string of similar sabotage incidents across the country, including several in the Northwest, and follows a bulletin issued last month by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security warning that critical infrastructure could be among the targets of possible attacks by “lone offenders and small groups motivated by a range of ideological beliefs and/or personal grievances.”

“It is unknown if there are any motives or if this was a coordinated attack on the power systems,” the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

The substation attacks unfolded Sunday between 2:39 a.m. and 7:21 p.m. local time, authorities said. In all four episodes, the saboteurs broke into the fenced-off power stations and deliberately damaged equipment, according to the sheriff’s office.

Officials initially said three power stations were vandalized, but early Monday morning they said a fourth substation was damaged in a deliberately caused fire near the city of Graham, cutting power to homes in Kapowsin and Graham.

“The suspect(s) gained access to the fenced area and vandalized the equipment which caused the fire,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement. “All law enforcement agencies in the county have been notified of the incidents and will be monitoring power substations in their area.”

At the beginning of December, North Carolina and Portland, Oregon faced clear attacks on power stations, as well.  At least in the case of the NC attack, some have theorized it was in response to the sodomite agenda advancing in Moore County with the drag queen events.

From that report, it was also noted that more than 100 acts of vandalism and attacks on power stations have occurred from January to August of 2022.

Nearly 600 electric emergency incidents and disturbances were caused by suspected and confirmed physical attacks and vandalism on the electric grid in those nine years, the reports show. There have been 106 attack or vandalism incidents from January through August 2022, which is the latest the Energy Department data tracks. Among the years reviewed by NBC News, 2022 is the first that reached triple digits and it only contains eight months of data.

Who is doing it and why?  I say, find those that were attacking the food supply by burning down food processing plants and hatcheries and you’ll more than likely find those who are attacking power stations.  I’d be looking at the FBI first and foremost.

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