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February 8, 2023
If they say something isn't true, that's confirmation for me. The covid vaxx contains microchips, as well as millions of DNA.
Also, that face in the end looks like Sammy Terry, or Mr. Howdy in the exorcist, but I don't think it is either of them.
He was a legit funny guy. But it doesn't matter in that club, to get higher up you gotta do certain things.
Couldn't find it either. Why post something that doesn't exist
We need continued confirmation what cures cancer in mammals.
These people are trained to go out with a bang. I would predict it will be a firefight with almost all of them. Arrest? If you are lucky, and they want to live a while longer.
Tony Seruga, former CIA eh?
You know what they say about that.
Issue a warrant for him. Then request extradition.
Good job. You can always tell this shit is fake, low res crap.
This was well worth my Sunday time. I want the truth and I want everyone involved to pay for what they did.
Legit. one of the most overplayed songs ever. Every radio station in the country plays his bullshit constantly since the 80s. Out of millions of songs that could be played for some real variety over the airwaves, only a select few are chosen and this is one of them.
"Let me tell you, you take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you,” Schumer said.
Please post your findings. The EPA issues has been widely discussed. I'm not into blaming Trump but it was under him that the EPA that rolled back a bunch of things. Some may have been good but some were not. Does that mean he was directly responsible? Of course not. There were shitheads all over government while he was president.
First-in-the-U.S. study looked for the presence of chlormequat in humans.
Federal rules allow the chemical’s use on oats and other grains imported to the U.S.
Animal studies link chlormequat to reproductive and developmental problems, creating questions about its impact on humans.
A new EWG peer-reviewed study has found chlormequat, a little-known pesticide, in four out of five, or 80 percent, of people tested. The groundbreaking analysis of chlormequat in the bodies of people in the U.S. rings alarm bells, because the chemical is linked to reproductive and developmental problems in animal studies, suggesting the potential for similar harm to humans.
EWG’s research, published February 15 in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, tested for the presence of chlormequat in urine collected from 96 people between 2017 and 2023. The chemical was found in the urine of 77 of them.
Our tests found higher levels and more frequent detections of chlormequat in the 2023 samples, compared to those from 2017 through 2022, which suggests consumer exposure to chlormequat could be on the rise.
Just as troubling, we detected the chemical in 92 percent of oat-based foods purchased in May 2023, including Quaker Oats and Cheerios. The fact that so many people are exposed raises concerns about its potential impact on public health, since animal studies link chlormequat to reduced fertility, harm to the reproductive system and altered fetal growth.
Environmental Protection Agency regulations allow the chemical to be used on ornamental plants only – not food crops – grown in the U.S. But its use is permitted on imported oats and other foods sold here. Many oats and oat products consumed in the U.S. come from Canada.
Chlormequat was not allowed on oats sold in the U.S. before 2018, when the Trump EPA gave first-time approval for some amount of the chemical on imported oats. The same administration in 2020 increased the allowable level. These regulatory changes might help explain why we’re seeing more frequent, higher detections of the chemical in Americans tested.
In April 2023, in response to a 2019 application submitted by chlormequat manufacturer Taminco, the Biden EPA proposed allowing the first-ever use of chlormequat on barley, oat, triticale and wheat grown in the U.S. EWG opposes the plan.
For this study, EWG sourced urine samples collected between 2017 and 2023 from 96 people in the U.S. and tested them for chlormequat at a specialized lab in the United Kingdom.
The chemical was detected in four out of five people tested – 77 of 96 – which shows exposure to chlormequat is likely widespread. These findings also suggest regular exposure, since we know chlormequat leaves the body in about 24 hours.
We found a greater number of people were exposed in 2023, compared to earlier years, and at higher concentrations.
In 2022, EWG tests of food found high detections of chlormequat in oat-based products. To help us understand sources of exposure, in 2023, we tested 20 more oat-based foods for chlormequat, seven organic and 13 non-organic, as well as nine wheat-based products.
Detectable levels of chlormequat were found on 92 percent of non-organic oat-based foods, while only two samples of wheat-based foods – both of them bread – had low levels. Only one of the seven organic samples had low levels of chlormequat.
Chlormequat’s potential harms
Some studies show chlormequat can damage the reproductive system and disrupt fetal growth in animals, changing development of the head and bones and altering key metabolic processes.
Although these studies focus only on the chemical’s potential effects on animals, they raise questions about whether it could also harm humans.
Research about chlormequat’s effects is ongoing, and no studies have determined how much of a risk this chemical might pose. That’s where the government has a vital role to play in overseeing the future of chlormequat in the U.S.
EWG will continue to study the prevalence of chlormequat in Americans and its potential harmful effects on our health. We are also looking to the federal government for answers to questions such as:
Should the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention add chlormequat to its biomonitoring program?
Should the Department of Agriculture test oat samples for chlormequat? At one time it had suitable samples to test but never conducted tests.
Should the Food and Drug Administration test U.S. food for chlormequat?
Should the EPA should continue to resist calls to allow the use of the chemical on oats grown in the U.S.?
Until the government fully protects consumers, you can reduce your exposure to chlormequat by choosing products made with organic oats, which are grown without synthetic pesticides such as chlormequat.
You can also help keep chlormequat out of our food by joining EWG’s calls for the EPA to abandon its proposal to allow the use of this chemical on crops grown in the U.S.
I would change "JFK assassination" to, our government killed JFK
deport them all. so sick of being a fucking minority in my own damn town.
Yeah turn the camera around let's be sure before we say only 5
By mid 2025 these bastards ought to be hung by the neck until dead
Tucker had zero reaction to Putin's statement. All the confirmation I need. We know all these fucks are in the CIA, or trained by them. See Anderson Cooper. Once you're in, you are in for LIFE. Try and get out and you'll find out how fast their heart attack gun works.
What a shit show those remarks were. The reporters are YELLING in there at full volume.
In his interview with our office, Mr. Biden's memory was worse. He did not remember when he was vice president, forgetting on the first day of the interview when his term ended ("if it was 2013 - when did I stop being Vice President?"), and forgetting on the second day of the interview when his term began ("in 2009, am I still Vice President?"). He did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died. And his memory appeared hazy when describing the Afghanistan debate that was once so important to him. Among other things, he mistakenly said he "had a real difference" of opinion with General Karl Eikenberry, when, in fact, Eikenberry was an ally whom Mr. Biden cited approvingly in his Thanksgiving memo to President Obama. In a case where the government must prove that Mr. Biden knew he had possession of the classified Afghanistan documents after the vice presidency and chose to keep those documents, knowing he was violating the law, we expect that at trial, his attorneys would emphasize these limitations in his recall. We also expect many jurors to be struck by the place where the Afghanistan documents were ultimately found in Mr. Biden's Delaware home: in a badly damaged box in the garage, near a collapsed dog crate, a dog bed, a Zappos box, an empty bucket, a broken lamp wrapped with duct tape, potting soil, and synthetic firewood.
Looks like there is a plan in place to Make the Republican Party Great Again.