Tennessee legislation banning the intentional release of chemicals into the air is headed to Gov. Bill Lee’s desk to be signed into law.

The bill has been criticized as codifying a ban on “chem trails,” a widely debunked conspiracy theory that the federal government is spreading chemicals for nefarious reasons, though House sponsor Rep. Monty Fritts, R-Kingston, said he brought the bill due to ongoing weather and climate control practices.

HB 2063/SB 2691, which House Republicans gave final passage to Monday, bans the “intentional injection, release, or dispersion” of chemicals within Tennessee “with the express purpose of affecting temperature, weather, or the intensity of the sunlight is prohibited.”

The chemtrail theory is the belief that the government is secretly adding toxic chemicals to the atmosphere from aircrafts, similar to contrails. According to a research group at Harvard University which focuses on climate science and technology, the reasoning behind the theory involves sterilization, reduction of life expectancy, mind control, and weather control.

The research group has debunked the theory, saying that there is no credible evidence for the existence of chemtrails. 

Democratic Caucus Chair John Ray Clemmons, D-Nashville, submitted a tongue-in-cheek amendment to codify protections for “a large and hairy human-like creature that inhabits forests in North America.”

Tennessee lawmakers give final approval to ‘chemtrails’ bill (tennessean.com)

Then again, if you know a bit of history, you should know about Operation Popeye.

More specifically, Pell, the chairman of the now-defunct subcommittee for Oceans and International Environment, and his colleague were about to learn the true extent of a secret five-year-old cloud seeding operation meant to lengthen the monsoon season in Vietnam, destabilize the enemy, and allow the United States to win the war.

Though it cycled through several names in its history, “Operation Popeye” stuck. Its stated objective—to ensure Americans won the Vietnam War—was never realized, but the revelation that the U.S. government played God with weather-altering warfare changed history. The Nixon administration distracted, denied, and, it seems, outright lied to Congress, but enterprising reporters published damning stories about rain being used as a weapon, and the Pentagon papers dripped classified details like artificial rain. Eventually, the federal government would declassify its Popeye documents and international laws aimed at preventing similar projects would be on the books.

With Operation Popeye, the U.S. government made weather an instrument of war (popsci.com)

And that is only what we know. Not so long ago, there was this scientist (I forget the name and I am too lazy to search him) who wanted to have hurricane hunter planes seed the storms over the Atlantic to disperse them before hitting the US coastline. I seem to recall it had to do how the sand disturbed the formation of storm fronts coming from Africa.

And now we live in accelerated times where the ludicrous is no longer impossible , so:

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “Tennessee lawmakers give final approval to ‘chemtrails’ bill.”
  1. if the theory is right about chem trails where are the pilots and ground crews??
    there are lots of videos of it all over.. what they are doing who knows…

  2. The media and democrats (BIRM) call it a Chem Trails bill because they want to poke fun at the GOP for being conspiracy theorists.
    Let’s say that banning chemtrails was the purpose. If you don’t believe in chemtrails, and someone bans them, what is the net effect of that bill? It’s nothing. Nada. Zero. Zilch. They’re banning a thing that doesn’t exist.
    But what if the actual purpose of the bill was to ban Bill Gates from spraying light-blocking chemicals into the air to stop climate change? Or Operation Popeye like Miguel mentioned? Well, then its something that people might look in to, and we can’t have people realizing that Bill Gates is a Mr. Burns Level Villain, can we?

  3. Wouldn’t this also outlaw cropdusting?
    I do not know if that happens in Tenn, but I am pretty sure it still happens.

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