U.S. Senate Reports Chemtrails Are Real and Are Killing Us

by Chris Jafarieh, David Wolfe

Mentioning the word ‘chemtrails’ on a public bus or Facebook is bound to earn you a few eye rolls from eavesdroppers and skeptical family members.

However, while skepticism — regardless of the source — isn’t exactly the worst thing in the world, it appears that those who believe strongly in the idea that the U.S. government is spraying dangerous chemicals into the atmosphere may have been onto something after all.

The evidence?

No, not some YouTube video by a retired NASA janitor. This time, you’ve got an actual official government document from the U.S. admitting to the placement of chemicals in our atmosphere.

The document can be found here, but I’ll paste a few excerpts below to give you the gist of things.
To start with, Dr. Norman A Beckman begins by requesting a report on the history of weather modification.

Washington, D.C., July 30, 1976.

Dr. Norman A. Beckman,
Acting Director, Congressional Research Service,
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Dear Dr. Beckman: Weather modification, although a relatively young science, has over the years stimulated great interest within the scientific, commercial, governmental, and agricultural communities. Such responses are readily understandable.

In the next section comes the government’s response, which has a few eyebrow-raising points:

Although the Soviets and some U.S. private operators claim some success in suppressing hail by seeding clouds, our understanding of the physical processes that create hail is still weak. The one major U.S. held experiment increased our understanding of severe storms, but otherwise proved mostly the dimensions of what we do not yet know.

For over 30 years both legislative and executive branches of the Federal Government have been involved in a number of aspects of weather modification.

That last statement alone should have you clicking that link above to see the full document. Share it with your more skeptical friends and see what they have to say — I know it is certainly opened my eyes quite a bit.