It’s Election Night – You’re At Home – And Then… byfor Modern Survival Blog
You have voted. Maybe you voted early, absentee (that’s what we did). Or maybe you voted on election day. You head back home to hunker down.
You switch-on the TV to begin watching the unfolding future for America. If you’re like most regulars here – you’re probably watching the coverage on Fox News. This way you avoid regurgitating your popcorn if you happen to watch any of the other alphabet soup channels.
In any event, there’s suddenly a “FOX NEWS ALERT”…
There are reports of violence and rioting at many locations around the country. Lots of voting locations are being targeted. Apparently ANTIFA and BLM are disrupting the process, and are targeting locations known to lean Republican.
Other rioting is underway in many cities. The chaos is boiling over as Law Enforcement cannot keep up – or are fearful themselves of being in a potential deadly altercation in which they will be targeted and not supported by their leftist mayors.
You knew this would probably happen. You’re not surprised. At least you’ve already voted and you’re safe at home in your castle.
But then there’s another “FOX NEWS ALERT”…
There are now reports of sporadic power outages across the country.
Then reports start coming in of apparent massive cyber attacks taking place on infrastructure targets.
New reports are also indicating shots fired at large transformers of electrical substations around the country – reminiscent of what happened in San Jose a number of years ago…
Within half an hour, snipers opened fire on the Metcalf electrical substation firing more than 100 rounds – shooting for 19 minutes as they surgically knocked out 17 giant transformers that funnel power to Silicon Valley.
It took utility workers 27 days to make repairs and bring the substation back to life.
“These were not amateurs taking potshots,” Mark Johnson said during a conference on grid security held in Philadelphia last year. “My personal view is that this was a dress rehearsal” for future attacks.