I posted this on another thread today:
Remember back in September when so many universities had bomb threats? Remember how fast the campuses were searched and declared safe? From link to Univ. of Texas in Austin bomb threat:
8:35am: UT received a phone call from a man who claimed he was affiliated with al-Qaeda and that he had placed bombs throughout the schools campus that would go off in 90 minutes.
9:53am: UT sent a text alert to students, faculty, and staff, urging them to evacuate all buildings on campus.
10:25am: The university announced via its Twitter account that all buildings were being checked and cleared...
11:38am Latest from UT. Classes are canceled for today, but buildings will re-open at noon, and all other campus activities will resume at 5pm.
12:11pm Powers now holding press conference... working with city, state and federal authorities, and have now determined that they are extremely confident that the campus is safe.
The UT campus is HUGE, yet it only took 2-3 hours for LE to search all the nooks and crannies to determine it safe??? I saw the ongoing coverage that day and students were standing around the stadium and soccer field right by the campus security building but no LE told them to move out of the area. The road is a T with the stadium, field and security building all at the intersection.
If the the bomb was going to go off in 90 minutes, why wait until 12 minutes of the big BOOM! before sending out a text to evacuate?
I was yelling at the tv that day because none of it made any sense. There was a rash of threats for several days back then and everyone chalked it up to copy cats. However, with all lies surrounding CT, Im betting these were set ups or whatever. They certainly werent bonafide training drills or the real thing because the evacuation would have been more immediate and it would have taken LE days to declare the campus safe. Sure, get the sheeple in a tizzy over all these faked incidents and theyll be begging the government to take their guns away from them.
Giving an “all clear” in right around 2 hours for a campus as large as UT Austin is a remarkable display of speed that rivals Santa on Christmas Eve.
Consider that for years, the left, through all media, has created a literal tinderbox via it’s liberal policies and positions. It does not take much to set it off. Dogs made rabid tend to bite something.
They then can get the results they want without an actual organized game plan in the conventional sense. They can then claim innocence and that conspiracy theorists need to stop watching sci-fi movies with a straight face.
But one way or the other, they get the desired outcome.