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New Toxic Cloud Trajectory May Change Establishment Attitude Toward East Palestine


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The establishment doesn’t care about East Palestine, Ohio, or the people that live there.

Make no mistake, the recent change in FEMA’s tune was due only to President Trump’s announcement that he would be visiting East Palestine in the coming week.

Their sudden approval of aid for East Palestine and the residents of East Palestine is, therefore, an attack on Trump—it is not the result of a humanitarian impulse, or even one resulting from a sense of civic duty.

Perhaps that is all about to change. …

New reports indicate that a cloud of toxic substances is heading up toward Vermont and may potentially reach Canada.

Residents of New York are reporting that they are already dealing with the fallout from the toxic cloud; here are the latest developments:

 

Alex Hollingsworth, an environmental academic at Indiana University, recently told Daily Wire:

“There’s a mistake often that people make in their mind when they think, ‘This thing is only emitted here, I should only expect to see effects in a really tiny area around there.’

They’ll get greater concentrations near to the source, but stuff travels really far,” Hollingsworth commented.

“It just makes it harder to detect the effect of any one event on health outcomes or even in a pollution reading, but it doesn’t mean that there’s no effect.”

 

The New York Post is reporting that the toxic cloud has already reached New York:

“Orange County, NY Department of Health has received reports regarding residents smelling an unusual odor and seeing residue on their cars.

There is not enough information currently to determine a cause. However, Orange County has Environmental Health staff in the field investigating,” the Facebook post reads.



 

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