Hurricane Matthew could not come at a worse time for America, with the presidential debate coming up this Sunday and voter registration closing today on Tuesday the 11th of October . The hurricane has already claimed 340 lives in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, as well as causing significant destruction in the Bahamas and now also further devastation in Florida . Initially labelled as a Category 4 storm with winds of 140mph-150mph winds, which is sure to have ploughed through homes and caused major infrastructural damage , which would logically effect people’s ability to vote during the upcoming presidential elections.
The state of Florida has been hit directly by Hurricane Matthew and so far it is unsure how much damage has been caused? Early reports said the storm had downgraded from a category 4 to a category 3 storm, with winds down to 120mph to 130mph upon first impact, which has already left hundreds of thousand of people without power. The hurricane also hit the states of Georgia and South Carolina on Friday the 7th of October 2016, but not at the same extent of force as it hit Florida.
Is it possible that Mother Nature can be so cruel to completely ravage the South Eastern coast of The United States at this time? Early signs point to yes, as President Barack Obama has already declared a state of Federal Emergency in the region. Or is the timing of this event and storm just a little bit suspicious? The timing couldn’t be worse with the presidential election coming up next month and one wonders how much the destruction could prove to be a swing in the usual swing state of Florida.
How will people who haven’t registered to vote, register in time? Presumably, many voting stations will be shut down amidst the chaos and thus people are unable to cast their votes with the voting registration deadline set for Tuesday the 11th of October.
One doesn’t want to say it, but this seems almost planned, if not then very suspicious. As crazy as it sounds, this is the worst hurricane to hit Florida in over 118 years and suspiciously it comes the weekend before the end of voter registration. Who does this benefit; does it benefit Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump? Probably neither and especially not the latter.
The authorities have said that they will extend voter registration until a later date to accommodate those who missed their chance to register in time because of Hurricane Matthew, but lets see if this is really achieved.
We are not saying we know for a fact, but we feel this is a very unfortunate and a very suspicious timing for such a storm to hit Florida, almost as if it was planned by some divine evil nature? The colossal hurricane Matthew has already caused significant damage and surely this is the biggest hurricane in eons in America, since Hurricane Katrina at least, if not surpassed it already in its stature.
But, imagine if it wasn’t a natural disaster? If it was somehow man made? How you might ask ? You would have to put on your tin foil hats for this one. Florida was a notorious swing state during the Presidential election between George W. Bush and Al Gore, when former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush seemed to have come out with a latter result, announcing brother George W. as the winner shortly after the early signs that pointed to that Al Gore had actually won. Then later called it out as a mishap and a big win for George W. Bush was announced.
The voting swing in the state of Florida is often times crucial and with the strange timing of this horrible hurricane, any person might question and entertain the idea that this might have been planned? Sounds crazy, but its a crazy world we live in. People in tin foil hats gather around, you know the one’s labeled as conspiracy theorists by society, sit enlightened under the foil on their heads, thinking about what if man made weather events were a reality? Have you ever heard of HAARP? If not, then put on a tin foil hat and have a read,
‘The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) was an ionospheric research program jointly funded by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), designed and built by BAE Advanced Technologies (BAEAT). Its purpose was to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance. The HAARP program operated a major sub-arctic facility, named the HAARP Research Station, on an Air Force-owned site near Gakona, Alaska.’ (Wikipedia here)
It has long been rumoured that organizations like HAARP and or secret scientific organisations have the ability to mess with the ionosphere and set off weather experiments . Perhaps, being able to create perceived natural disaster and massive hurricanse at their own will, whilst hiding behind Mother Nature. However, we are not saying that this is the work of HAARP. I repeat, we are not saying that it is HAARP’s work, but we are saying that top scientists and scientific research organizations undoubtedly have the capability to create major weather events.
Why might anyone do this? Perhaps, it’s to the major benefit of a secret entity or organisation, backed by big money to lean the upcoming voting process in Florida to an open ended vacuum of manipulability in the United States of America’s election. Who knows in this instance? But, it might definitely affect the voting process for the forthcoming Presidential election.
Or are these premonitions or feelings simply hocus-pocus and the mere thoughts of conspiracy theorists? How much do you trust the U.S. government and the establishment and would you really put anything past them at this point? Whatever you think or believe, don’t let this possibility slip your mind, no matter how crazy or unreal as it might sound?
Here at Brainstain, we report news and alternative thinking patterns running in conjunction with an open mind to help and educate the people to entertain any possibility in their own research. As well, as comedy and entertainment.
Right now, we are sending out our prayers to all the people of the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Florida, South Carolina and Georgia who were struck in wrath of a storm. Right now, largely due to the unknown aftermath and what all this means in terms of destruction, remains to be seen fully and reported on . One thing is for sure; this will have an effect on the votes in these southern states come election time, most likely. Our hearts go out to all the victims and those left homeless by Hurricane Matthew. We suggest you tune into the news and keep yourself safe at all times and to get your vote in pending the next set voters’ registration deadline.
Brainstain over and out.
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