There is something in the water

Ok, so we have the water situation in Flint, Michigan. Another in Ohio and now we learn of possible cancer-causing pollution in the water in a small town in upper New York state. I’d suggest we all stock up on bottled water, but that is easily contaminated as well.

CNN (who I don’t usually read or watch) has the story. Or at least the story they approve to release to the public.

Read it here.

Former House Oversight chairman: ‘FBI director would like to indict Clinton and Abedin’

So…the only thing keeping Hillary out of prison is her presidential run? If the Dems do not nominate her, will she go to jail? If they do, do they honestly think America will vote for her? I’m sure the self-appointed powers-that-be have it all figured out how they want it to go down and will make sure their agenda stays on track. Unbelievable she is even allowed to run for President, not to mention remain out of prison!

Read this article at The Washington Examiner

Group Of Scientists Gave Standing Ovation For Plan To Kill 90% Of Population With Airborne Ebola


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(NaturalNews) Some clues about the origins of the latest Ebola outbreak may be found in the contents of a speech given at the 109th meeting of the Texas Academy of Science back in 2006. Professor Erik Pianka reportedly told his audience that the best way to kill off 90 percent of the human population would be to spread an airborne version of the Ebola virus, to which he received an enthusiastic standing ovation.

As reported by Australian journalist John Ballantyne, Pianka opened up the meeting with a series of highly disturbing statements on population control, which were so controversial that he had them censored from video footage captured at the event. Pianka basically likened humans to bacteria during his extensive rant, claiming that we are destroying the planet and need to be culled in mass numbers.

Professor Erik Pianka proposes weaponizing Ebola

“[Pianka] argued that the sharp increase in the…

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