AT&T Building That Was Bombed In Nashville Has Connections To Dominion

From welovetrump.com:

The rabbit hole connected with Dominion Voting Systems got a little deeper.

Multiple reports have shown there is a clear connection between the bombed AT&T building and Dominion Voting Systems.

According to Wikipedia and other outlets, Cerberus Capital Management owned the AT&T Building in 2007.

So, what?

Well, Hootan Yaghoobzadeh the current owner of Staple St. Capital which owns Dominion Voting Systems worked at Cerberus Capital Management as the Senior Vice President.

 

After a quick search on Bloomberg, you can see clearly that Hootan Yaghoobzadeh worked for Cerberus.

 

He also sits as a Board member for Dominion Voting Systems.

 

As you can see he was the Senior Vice President of Cerberus from 2003 to 2009.

In 2006 Cerberus bought the AT&T Building:

Is this just one big coincidence?

Many users on Twitter think not.

 

 

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1 thought on “AT&T Building That Was Bombed In Nashville Has Connections To Dominion”

  1. I can tell the Clintons or Bushes are no longer in charge. If they were they would have waited until a a work day at that building at a time when the streets were packed full of pedestrians for maximum effect. I mean why waste a good false flag when you can push so many agendas forward with one event. Seriously what bomber cares enough to use a warning recording. Bombers use bombs because they are afraid of being caught and want to maximize casualties.

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