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Is Jade Helm Taking Out the Power Grid in the Southwest?

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By: Voice of Reason

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THIS SCENARIO HAS AN ERIE FAMILIARITY TO IT… 

Not that long ago I did a post on how an AN EMP ATTACK WOULD KILL 90% OF US POPULATION. Prior to that I did post titled: NSA PLANNING FALSE FLAG TO TAKE DOWN POWER GRID. I don’t know how many people would be wiped out if the entire Southwest U.S. lost power, but the scenarios are shockingly similar. There is one major difference between the EMP scenario, and the one that seems to be unfolding right now: THE TRAINING FOR MARTIAL LAW JUST SO HAPPENS TO BE ALREADY IN PLACE FOR THE EXACT AREA TARGETED.

ZERO HEDGE reports:

A 4.8 magnitude earthquake (originally reported 5.4) shook Las Vegas and surrounding areas Friday morning causing roads and bridges to be closed. The quake went little-reported outside of local news (since there was at first glance minimum damage caused) but, since the quake’s occurrence, something considerably more worrisome has occurred.

In the 36 hours since the quake’s occurrence, water levels at Lake Mead have plunged precipitously. While we know correlation is not causation, the ‘coincidence’ of an extreme loss in water levels occurring in the aftermath of one of the largest quakes in recent Vegas history does raise a suspicious eyebrow – especially when there has been no official word on the precipitous decline.

The earthquake hit mid-morning on Friday:

A 4.8 magnitude earthquake shook Las Vegas and surrounding areas Friday morning, forcing loose a rubber casing on a bridge and leading state officials to close Spaghetti Bowl interchanges for several hours.

After the Nevada Department of Transportation inspected bridges for possible structural damage, they deemed the roads safe for travel and reopened them just before 5 p.m. Traffic had backed up for miles during the closures, which came at the start of the Memorial Day weekend.

The quake, which hit at 11:47 a.m., was centered about 23 miles south-southwest of Caliente, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The magnitude was originally reported as 5.4, but the official number was lowered twice Friday.

The ramp from southbound U.S. Highway 95 to southbound Interstate 15 was closed about 12:20 p.m. Friday, officials said.

“The joint damage was pre-existing. The tremblor simply dislodged the protective rubber encasing the bridge seam making it look much worse than it was in reality” and prompting an immediate shutdown of the ramps, NDOT engineer Mary Martini said in a news release about 3:45 p.m.

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