Skip to comments.Venezuelan government blames 'electromagnetic attack' for nationwide blackout
Posted on 07/23/2019 9:40:06 AM PDT by Steely Tom
Large swathes of Venezuela remained without power on Tuesday, the day after the country suffered its fourth nationwide blackout this year.
The blackout, which officials blamed on a hostile "electromagnetic attack," affected almost the entire country, including the capital Caracas.
About 94% of Venezuela's telecommunications infrastructure was hit by the outage, and internet connectivity was only running at 10% nationwide, according to Netblocks, a non-profit organization dedicated to tracking outages.
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and CNN is dumb enough to report it.
It must be nice to have a job you don’t have to research anything and just reprint what Media Matters faxes over to you.
Sounds like Kim Jung Un attacked them.
Yanquis are responsible for EVERYTHING.
And enough people down there buy this to keep them in power.
What? Three air conditioners turned on simultaneously?
CNN is a sack of sh*t.
Isn't that like kicking a dog while it's down?
some of us have been saying all along - emp is gonna getcha
“A government statement called the blackout “an electromagnetic attack,” though stopped short of providing details about who might have been responsible or how it was carried out.”
If it was an EMP the power would not be able to come back on would it?
10% is still on? Would that be certain government rulers still have theirs?
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