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Inside Job? CDC Changed Toxicity Info For Vinyl Chloride 11 Days Before Derailment


It’s starting to seem that the CDC was aware there would be a major event involving Vinyl Chloride BEFORE the Ohio train derailment.

In late January 2023, the CDC changed the toxicological profile of Vinyl Chloride on its website.

It was the first edit on the page since 2006.

17 years later they claimed that the chemical was significantly less toxic.

This comes among a flurry of bizarre situations surrounding the Ohio train derailment.

Including a film that seemed to prophesize the situation and journalists being arrested for covering the event.

The EPA has said that the air and water are safe although they have refused independent testing.

Recently, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina has become the focus of a massive class action lawsuit from those who suffered severe health issues after being in contact with contaminated water at the base.

One of the three containments that harmed those involved was Vinyl Chloride.

According to a Veteran’s attorney, Berry Law, the government knew the water at Camp Lejeune was contaminated in the 1970s but the threat wasn’t made public until 2012.

Exposure to Vinyl Chloride and the other toxic chemicals in Camp Lejeune’s water have been connected to 17 different illnesses.

Those illnesses included:

Adult leukemia

Aplastic anemia and other myelodysplastic syndromes

Bladder cancer

Kidney cancer

Liver cancer

Multiple myeloma

Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma

Parkinson’s disease

This also comes after some have noticed an uptick in “How to Derail a Train” instructional guides being pushed by Antifa.

It wouldn’t be the first time either, in 2020 the Center For Security Policy reported that two left-wing anarchists were charged with terrorism for their plot to derail a train.

In that federal complaint, it stated that their intentions were to:

“lead to train derailment, loss of life, and the dispersing of hazardous chemicals into residential areas.”


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