A great deal of local Internets chatter and social media concern focused on the politics and punditry following a terrifying bombing in a small American city.
Like it or not, amid an increasingly divisive discourse there's concern about domestic terror in smaller towns like Kansas City.
As the peaceful, traditional transfer of power moves forward, yet another threat of violence and political acrimony arises.
And so tonight we share a collection of news links that confirm the trend . . .
QAnon Trolling Cont'd
Investigators continue to look at "any and all possible motives" in the Nashville explosion after identifying the bomber as Anthony Quinn Warner.
Solo Danger Questions
From a Trump supporter arrested for allegedly issuing an eerie warning similar to the one before the bombing in Nashville to QAnon diehards, everyone seemed to have an angle. No sooner had Anthony Quinn Warner been named as a person of interest in an apparent Christmas Day suicide bombing in Nashville, Tennessee, than conspiratorial circles began casting doubt on his identity, or else applauding his actions.
Prez Trump Mostly Quiet
The Nashville bombing is prompting new concerns about "lone wolf" terror threats in the United States. Investigators believe the Nashville bomber acted alone in carrying out the explosion that rocked the city's downtown on Christmas. Three people were injured and dozens of buildings were damaged in the area.
Whataboutism Blows Up
Nashville, Tenn., Mayor John Cooper (D) on Monday said that he has not spoken directly to President Trump Donald Trump New York Post editorial board calls on President Trump to 'start thinking' about Georgia runoffs instead of overturning election Loeffler, Perdue praise Trump for signing COVID-19 relief legislation after uncertainty Trump signs .3T relief, spending package MORE since the intentional detonation of an RV in the city's downtown on Christmas.
If Anthony Warner Were a Muslim Cleric, We Wouldn't See This Intricate Discussion About Who's a Terrorist
I confess that, even given the grim excesses of this plague-ridden year, I didn't expect an American suicide bomber on Christmas Day. Officials are being very delicate about calling Anthony Quinn Warner, identified through bits of himself found at the scene on Sunday as the man who detonated a recreational vehicle on Second Avenue in downtown Nashville, a terrorist.
Develpiong . . .