a reply to: DigitalJedi805
I've researched this as far as I could. But these tidbits seem to corroborate this strange story:
(Sept. 5, 2013) SENATOR LINDSAY GRAHAM WARNS OF POSSIBLE NUKE STRIKE IN SOUTH CAROLINA AFTER MISSING WARHEADS REPORT
They were thinking 'terrorist-strike' after this this site published "exclusive information from high level military that nuclear warheads were
being shipped to South Carolina from a major Texas Air Force base (mostly likely in San Antonio) under an 'off the record' black ops transfer."
WAS THERE A NUCLEAR EXPLOSION OFF NORTH CAROLINA COAST ON OCTOBER 7TH?
There was a magnitude 4.5 earthquake on the Richter Scale, off the east coast of North Carolina on Oct. 7, 2013 - where there are no fault lines.
RUSSIA RESPONDS TO OBAMA TERROR NUKE WITH ABM MISSILE KILLER
This is from a Russian site, but it offers a lot more detail. Besides the aforementioned Vice Admiral Tim Giardina and USAF Major General Carey being
subsequently fired for stopping this attack on American soil, two top U.S. Marines - Major General Charles M. Gurganus and Major General Gregg A.
Sturdevant - were also abruptly fired.
According to a Russian MoD report, the U.S. military responded by rapidly returning 500 troops belonging to their elite Special Purpose Marine
Air-Ground Task Force (SP-MAGTF) to the U.S., from their assignments in Libya, Italy, Spain and Africa.
This article also links the billion rounds of hollow point bullets sold to Homeland Security, as helping create a "Civilian National Security Force"
that seems to be in direct opposition with our military.
(Sept. 26, 2013) NICARAGUA'S TELICA VOLCANO SHAKEN BY VIOLENT EXPLOSION AND ERUPTION
The Nicaraguan Telica volcano "erupted with a mighty blast and a column of ash, then settled down again, the government said. No one was hurt...The
volcano last erupted in 2011."
Dump a rogue nuke down a volcano? Sounds reasonable to me.
(Oct. 2013) GOOGLE'S FLOATING BARGES ON BOTH COASTS
Four-story floating barges showed up floating near San Francisco on the west coast of the U.S., and near Maine on the far east coast of the U.S.
Google wasn't talking and the rumors were rampant, characterizing the floating barges as everything from a party boat to a Google training center.
One "independent marine engineer" said Google wanted to build "backup data centers in the event of a natural disaster." Maybe, especially if they
got wind of the rogue-nukes-on-order-of-the-prez. On the other hand, four-stories high could have also hidden the nukes, and a floating barge near
Silicon Valley would have accomplished the main goal of such a detonation - create a massive EMP blast/wave to knock out the Internet and all power,
and reduce the U.S. to the stone age - so Team Obama could finally enact all their totalitarian laws passed since 2009.
Since there were to be three stolen nukes - possibly on floating barges - I guessed that the third nuke barge would have been in the Gulf of Mexico,
possibly near Houston. I found a U.S. Coast Guard report about something in the Gulf "updated: October 24, 2013" - but the page popped up "Error
404". (The Coast Guard is also the only U.S. military branch NOT under the jurisdiction of the Pentagon. It reports to Homeland Security. Which might
be a plus in reference to illegal distribution of rogue nukes on "floating barges.")