Why is the government now talking about UFOs and making a major racket about shooting down what was likely a couple of balloons? Perhaps the government wants to finally come clean about little green men. Maybe it wants to save face after the Chinese spy balloon fiasco. Or, perhaps it’s trying to distract people from bigger issues. That last option is what comedian Tom Green claimed in a video posted to TikTok, saying:
Hi, I’m Tom Green. And I forgot to mention, the other reason this UFO information is coming out now is because they’re trying to distract us all from the fact that we’re about to get released the Epstein Island list, as well as what’s going on in Palestine, Ohio with the train derailment and the chemical release of chemicals into the air, which has been called possibly as bad as Chernobyl. And the fact that World War Three might be about to start in the Ukraine, war between USA Russia and China. So that’s what’s going on. Good to see you guys. Hope you guys are having a great day. There’s UFOs
We did it, folks. We red-pilled Tom Green.
His bum is on the truth… pic.twitter.com/qdZeYUvY5A
— Louder with Crowder Dot Com (@LWCnewswire) February 14, 2023
Green has a point, in that all three of those things are major headlines far more important than the government’s using million-dollar missiles to pop balloons.
Reporting on the Epstein client list, we said:
Four long years after the court case in which they were produced and then sealed, the final batch of documents naming Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged associates and victims is set to be released. Those documents reportedly contain not just eyebrow-raising names, such as Prince Andrew and law professor Alan Dershowitz, but also make “salacious” allegations about those named.
That is per a declaration filed on Wednesday which notes that the soon-to-be-released papers mention certain “alleged perpetrators” and those charged with “serious wrongdoing.”
Reporting on the Ohio train disaster, we said:
There [in East Palestine, Ohio] a more than 100-car-long Norfolk-Southern train derailed. That would have been bad anyway but was made far worse by what a number of cars in the train were carrying: a toxic chemical called vinyl chloride.
Twenty cars on the train were carrying hazardous chemicals. Ten of them were derailed with forty other cars on the train. Of then ten carrying hazardous chemicals that were derailed, five were carrying pressurized vinyl chloride.
That presented emergency responders with a problem: vinyl chloride’s boiling point is around 7 degrees Fahrenheit and it gets explosive when it mixes with water, so waiting could mean rain, which could then in turn mean a massive explosion. To prevent that, emergency responders lit it on fire, hoping to burn off the vinyl chloride and prevent a massive explosion from shredding through the town.
ZeroHedge, reporting on what resulted from the “controlled burn,” said “However, that operation sent large plumes of smoke containing vinyl chloride, phosgene, hydrogen chloride, and other gases into the air as the flames from the controlled burn raged on for days. Phosgene in particular is a highly toxic gas that can cause vomiting and respiratory issues. The toxicity of phosgene gas is so potent that it was previously used as a chemical weapon during the First World War.”
And, of course, there’s Seymour Hersch’s essay on Biden ordering the destruction of the Nord Stream II pipeline, which would be an attack on a major Russian infrastructure project that could be an act of war with the Russian Federation. So that potential spark for WWIII also isn’t good news.
Is the UFO craze really a distraction, or just convenient timing? Who knows, but there are bigger, more important headlines than whatever the Air Force is doing near the Canadian border.
By: Will Tanner. Follow me on Twitter @Will_Tanner_1
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