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Tennessee Senate passes bill to ban chemtrail spraying while corporate media pretends geoengineering doesn’t exist
By Ethan Huff // Mar 24, 2024

A new clean air bill passed by the Tennessee Senate contains language that prohibits geoengineering, also known as chemtrails, across the Volunteer State.

In order to create cleaner skies in Tennessee, the state senate included language in the bill that prohibits the "intentional injection, release, or dispersion, by any mean, of chemicals, chemical compounds, substances or apparatus within the border of this state into the atmosphere with the express purpose of affecting temperature, weather, or the intensity of sunlight."

You can see from this specific verbiage that the state senate is combatting projects such as sunlight "dimming" and "cooling" operations from climate change fanatics who now openly admit that their goal is to pollute the skies with poison in order to keep the planet from "warming."

"This is fantastic for Tennessee," stated conservative activist Robby Starbuck about the bill.

"24 Senators voted in favor, 6 opposed. The rest of the bill is below. Now we wait for the House to vote on it but I urge every House rep in TN to support this bill. Our federal government has a dark history of spraying and poisoning citizens with toxins that they never consented to coming into contact with. Just look at what they did in St. Louis during the Cold War. The suffering it caused was horrific. We can't risk the Federal Government spraying anything on our citizens!"

The legislation, known as Senate Bill No. 2691 (SB 2691), will be followed by a related bill in the House, known as House Bill No. 2063 (HB 2063). If that bill passes as well, Gov. Bill Lee is expected to sign the overall legislation into law, seeing as how he has never vetoed any bill that comes across his desk throughout his entire career.

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(Related: Earlier this year, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) stated that Congress needs to put a stop to chemtrails.)

The science isn't settled

Now that chemtrails are out in the open and no longer a conspiracy theory, the debate rages on between left and right as to their legitimacy. The left apparently believes they are necessary to implement the "green agenda" while the right says the chemical releases are contaminating the skies and doing who-knows-what to people's health.

There is also still a strong contingent of people who deny that chemtrails are even real at all, despite the fact that government documents and corporate mission statements now openly refer to them as geoengineering projects designed to alter the earth's climate.

Some critics also say that bills like the one just passed in Tennessee is more symbolic than anything else since the state by itself cannot realistically stop the spraying of chemtrails, especially if they are coming from a federal or multinational program flush with cash and plenty of airplanes at its disposal.

"These critics also argue that legislative actions are merely symbolic, not targeting any specific substances, because, frankly, they are clueless when it comes to what chemicals to ban," reported Revolver.

"The crux of their argument is that portraying 'chemtrails' as a genuine threat bolsters the narrative of man-made climate change, making it a strategic piece of climate propaganda. This camp believes it's all a sophisticated ruse to cement the idea of climate change in the public consciousness, even with many folks on the right."

What do you think? Is legislation like SB 2691 and HB 2063 symbolic or even realistic? Do these two bills serve a viable purpose in revealing publicly what is going on in the skies up above us?

"The bill is useless," wrote someone who does not believe the legislation actually has legs. "The sky above the ground is considered federal territory."

The latest news about the chemtrail spraying of America can be found at Geoengineering.news.

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