Someone Blew Up "America's Stonehenge" Yesterday

Did you know there's an American version of Stonehenge? Or there USED to be anyway: The Georgia Guidestones were known as the "American Stonehenge" until someone BLEW THEM UP yesterday morning.


They were in a field in a remote part of northern Georgia. But an explosion at 4:00 A.M. destroyed half of the monument, and the rest had to be demolished. 


People used to compare it to Stonehenge because it featured huge granite stones stacked on top of each other. But it wasn't nearly as old. The real Stonehenge dates back 5,000 years . . . and this one was built in 1980.


Here's the dumbest part though: Some QANON nut might have done it.


The stones had inscriptions that said things like "leave room for nature" and "balance personal rights with social duties." For some reason, QAnon decided it was SATANIC and kept vandalizing it. So that's the leading theory.


There's footage of the blast, and of a car speeding away. So hopefully they catch them. 



(Here are the security videos and it being demolished.)


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