Chambers said he went with his team in the East Palestine area to make assessments on the ground and to find out the truth about the incident. The former Green Beret and Special Operations flight surgeon said the samples they collected were sent to local laboratories.
During their stay in East Palestine, Chambers and his team also talked with a group of Mid-Ohio Valley citizens. They learned that there was an uncontrolled release of chemicals three days after the accident. (Related: EPA ignores resident near Ohio train derailment who says ash from ‘controlled burn’ of chemicals landed more than a mile away.)
He pointed out that this was not the typical hazmat response to burn chemicals, especially if people don't know the results and effects of the chemicals that are released into the air.
According to Vandersteel, some people said the chemicals were burned because the authorities want to get the tracks open right away. Chambers told the host that it was the same reason that he heard from both the federal and state governments.
Vandersteel said there is a migration happening being manipulated by forces out of the American people's control. Chambers agreed, saying that local leaders in the Ohio River Valley area revealed there was an attempt to make their land uninhabitable with corporate privateers and government lackeys already coming in.
Chambers said corporate and government people are targeting the energy, mineral and farming in this area, which is the breadbasket of the region.
The former Army officer added that this rich region is being targeting by a group that wants to move the American people into 15-minute smart cities. Some of these people are fourth-generation Ohio River Valley residents. Chambers said they told him that they were not leaving their homes.
Elsewhere in the show, Vandersteel asked Chambers how the private companies will profit from the catastrophic toxic chemical spill.
Chambers said it could be through ESG scores, which is a measure of how well a company addresses risks with respect to environmental, social and governance issues in its day-to-day work and operations. He pointed out that ESG scores and carbon credits are things tradable in the bond market.
He also mentioned that there is already a plan to build a $50 million incinerator plant in the Ohio River Valley area around Parkersburg. The former flight surgeon said this plant is going to produce graphene, which is used in batteries. A battery plant is also being built nearby.
Moreover, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is now shutting down companies that produce oil and natural gas in the region.
In short, powerful people are playing dirty to push their "clean energy" agenda.
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