Congress tells FCC to stop 5G rollout in Virginia because it interferes with military signals
04/27/2020 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
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Congress tells FCC to stop 5G rollout in Virginia because it interferes with military signals

Some of the 5G rollout in Virginia is under attack, but not necessarily for the reasons you might think.

Members of two powerful congressional committees are demanding that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reverse a ruling allowing a mobile phone operator to activate its new 5G network because the signals could interfere with military and other operations.

A bipartisan cohort of politicians in the House and Senate Armed Services committees wrote in a recent appeal to the FCC that if the commission does not immediately halt this 5G activation that Congress itself will force through legislation towards that end.

According to Senators Jim Inhofe and Jack Reed, along with Representatives Adams Smith and Mac Thornberry, Ligado Networks, based out of Virginia, is planning to open up its 5G network on the L-band spectrum, which could disrupt signals used by the military and GPS systems.

These four, who serve as the chairmen and ranking members of the two committees, have accused the FCC of using the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis as an excuse to rush through approval for Ligado’s 5G network, which had previously run into roadblocks gaining activation approval.

“But the Federal Communications Commission has used the crisis, under the cover of darkness, to approve a long-stalled application by Ligado Networks – a proposal that threatens to undermine our global positioning system (GPS) capabilities, and with it, our national security,” their letter reads.

“The departments of Defense, Commerce, Interior, Justice, Homeland Security, Energy, and Transportation – as well as NASA, the National Science Foundation, the Coast Guard and the Federal Aviation Administration – all strongly object to Ligado’s plan.”

Be sure to listen below to The Health Ranger Report as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, talks about how 5G technology increases blood cell permeability, increasing the risk of serious Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) infection and death:

Why doesn’t Congress care as much about the health of Americans as it does about military GPS signals?

The issue is apparently so serious to these four that they are willing to rush through their own legislation to force Ligado to stop its 5G rollout in order to please the military.

“If they do not,” the four committee heads further wrote about the FCC, “and unless President Trump intervenes to stop this from moving forward, it will be up to Congress to clean up this mess.”

Keep in mind, however, that none of this opposition to Ligado’s 5G network has anything to do with how 5G might affect the health of Americans. Even though there is copious evidence to suggest that 5G millimeter waves are toxic to the human body, opening it up to infection and other problems, Congress has thus far done nothing to curb its rollout.

Perhaps good American patriots need to dig up evidence somehow to suggest that military operations will be impeded by all 5G signals everywhere, and maybe that will prompt committees like this to issue similar threats to the FCC to revoke all approval for 5G activation.

It is a sad state of affairs when Congress is more concerned about the continuity of government than with the health of the people they are supposed to represent. There is no denying that 5G represents a major threat to public health, and yet Congress only seems to care about protecting the military deep state from having its signals interfered with by its use.

To learn more about the dangers of 5G, be sure to check out the film 5G Apocalypse: The Extinction Event.

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