The Latest Take On the Ohio Derailment
Millie Weaver interviews her father who was a general manager for a major rail road company about his take on the situation.
Millie Weaver gives and update on the situation in East Palestine, Ohio where a train derailed causing toxic chemicals to spill out and contaminate the surrounding area.
Millie interviews her father who was a general manager for a major rail road company about his take on the situation.
Click the image above or the button below to view Millie’s 20-minute latest assessment on what happened in Ohio…
While this does provide a lot of light on just how derailments can occur as well as how the american rail road system attempts to prevent derailments, it does not answer why we have had so many in such a short time span.
There are still questions to be researched, such as…
Where the safety protocols changed lately?
why were they changed?
who approved the changes?
what prevalent financial ties do those involved in the changes have?
what other changes have occurred recently?
what is the common denominator with all the crashes?
are there common denominators outside of the rail road industry that need to be discovered?
who is involved in these common denominators?
what prevalent financial ties do these common denominators have?
This will take a while and it seems to be conveniently happening just as the heat is being turned up on several high-profile Democrat politicians including Joe Biden and his family.
If there is anything we have learned in the past decade, there are no co-incidences…
Added after the above was sent in our newsletter…
Why have reporters been arrested for reporting this disaster?
Why has the MSM, local and national, ignored or reported erroneously, what is really happening in Ohio?
MORE QUESTIONS 15-Feb-2023 12:22 pm
Why doesn’t the EPA know who approved the chemicals being control released (this keeps the pressure in the tankers down to minimize explosions)?
As the control release was already in progress without much success in containing the chemicals from seeping into the environment (water and air), who at the EPA approved the chemicals being burned (they communications POC did not know the answer to this question unbelievably, or is hiding something)?
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