Who Bombed the Georgia Guidestones Monument?

Georgia Guidestones

One of the monument’s four granite panels was damaged in an explosion early on Wednesday, leading to the monument’s eventual demolition after it was dubbed “America’s Stonehedge” by some.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has received preliminary information indicating that an explosive device was detonated at the Georgia Guidestones around 4 a.m. on July 6 by unknown persons.

After arriving on the scene, deputies from Elbert County Sheriff’s Office reported that a large portion of the structure had been demolished.

Georgia Guidestones
Georgia Guidestones

Surveillance footage of the explosion that destroyed the Guidestones was released on Wednesday night by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). The footage shows a car driving away from the scene after the explosion.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) reported that no one was hurt in the explosion, but the Georgia Guidestones were completely demolished “for safety reasons.”

Confusion theories and criticism of the Georgia Guidestones were nothing new. As part of the stones’ messages, “guide reproduction wisely improving fitness and diversity,” another calls for keeping the world population at 500 million or less.

Third-place Republican candidate Kandiss Taylor recently claimed the Guidestones were satanic and part of a “Luciferian Cabal” and made demolishing them part of her platform during Georgia’s May gubernatorial primary. Taylor finished third.

God “striking down the Satanic Guidestones” is what Taylor tweeted after the explosion.

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