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Two 6 kt ANFO Bombs Dropped on Civilians
Off Interstate 94, west of Wibaux in Montana, grew the town of Virhead which served the genomic research group Yewsun. The population of Virhead was 426. 22% of Virhead’s population worked at Yewsun.
Yewsun was working on a man-made variant B.1.1.7 of SARS-CoV-2 virus known as B.1.1.7.j of SARS-CoV-2. The B.1.1.7.j variant was 2.25 times more contagious than SARS-CoV-2 and caused higher deaths among younger populations from micro-blood clots in the lungs. Yewsun based this on theoretical computer modeling from the alterations applied.
All this information was according to popular conspiracy theory channels of the social media net. Based on their information, a lab leak occurred from Yewsun infecting the town of Virhead. The town’s only medical clinic was overwhelmed in less than a week. Local police brought in state and federal forces to establish a large quarantine perimeter. They immediately put isolation protocols into place to restrict the residents from leaving. Any who attempted to leave was shot dead and their bodies incinerated.
The Operation Pixie Dust Documents
Years later came out redacted documents called Operation Pixie Dust. The state forces were withdrawn, and the Federal forces remained. The USAF brought two military-grade heavy lift planes in, each carrying a 6 kt ANFO bomb. They dropped one bomb on the Yewsun laboratory and the other on the town of Virhead without regards to the civilians present. The Federal forces performed a mob up exercise incinerating any human remains. They then placed the area on the Federal registry of contaminated and restricted zones. Any trespasser could be shot and killed on site.
From time to time, a conspiracy theory channel would air Retired Sargent Ralph Garner’s story of the events based on an online published transcript. But searches for this individual have proven fruitless. Even a House subcommittee review turned up nothing. Some believe the story was a plant to provide creditability for Operation Pixie Dust. In the Ret. Sargent’s story, he cites how potentially disloyal soldiers were shot by CIA operatives at the time to prevent leaks. The CIA denies such allegations. It claims that Operation Pixie Dust was an Airforce testing of non-nuclear weapons at White Sands, New Mexico. And as for the redacted document, the CIA notes a clerical error caused two unrelated incident files to be merged into one resulting in the confusion. The CIA’s story is Virhead suffered from a chemical containment leak from Yewsun’s chemical stores, and that’s why the town was evacuated and sealed off as a Federally restricted zone.
President Veronica Simmons
Rumors of how President Veronica Simmons had devised plans to deal with the overcrowding of the Stacks by releasing an even deadlier version of smallpox would eclipse the Operation Pixie Dust story. Her test ground was to be the camps that were established in the flooded remains of New York City. According to the conspiracy theory channels, this one action caused some of the military to take matters into their own hands and force her out of office. To this day, no government documentation has surfaced to support these claims. Most of these shows use supposed “insiders” claiming firsthand knowledge, but none of these people reveal their true identities. They go by handles like SwiftMule or AwesomeOyster. And yet no one has seen or heard from President Veronica Simmons since stepping down.
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Seth Underwood writes adult science fiction and political dystopian science fiction. His future political dystopian U.S. world features decades of despot presidents, a flooded world, and new para-military force known as the Ranger Marshals. He has freemium stories at www. sethunderwoodstories.com