[VIDEO] Journalist arrested while trying to cover Ohio chemical train explosion

There is much anxiety, worry, mystery and anger surrounding the catastrophic chemical train explosion in Ohio. Many people believe that this could be one of the worst environmental disasters in the United States, and oddly enough, the “earth-loving” left has largely said nothing about it. But remember, climate change nuts want to take away your gas stove, but are as quiet as church mice while deadly chemicals enter the earth and water supply. Does that make any sense?

Of course not, they are liberals. They don’t mean anything.

But really, what’s happening in Ohio right now is really scary:

And apparently, things are getting worse in Ohio. What little information we are getting is not good.

ABC News:

The train that derailed in Ohio contained more toxic chemicals than initially reported, new data shows.

State health officials were initially concerned about the presence of vinyl chloride, a highly volatile colorless gas produced for commercial use, that was released after about 50 cars derailed on Feb. 3 in East Palestine, Ohio, on a Norfolk Southern Railroad train traveling from Illinois. In Pennsylvania. Other toxins, such as phosgene and hydrogen chloride, were emitted in a controlled release and large plume of smoke during the burn, prompting officials to issue mandatory evacuation orders within a mile radius of the crash site.

An inventory of the cars that Norfolk Southern was involved in the derailment and the products that Norfolk Southern was carrying also revealed several toxic chemicals that were released into the air and soil after the accident.

The substances included ethylene glycol monobutyl ether, ethylhexyl acrylate and isobutylene in the rail car that derailed, the list shows.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, contact with ethylhexyl acrylate, a carcinogen, can cause skin and eye irritation and irritation, and inhalation can irritate the nose and throat, causing difficulty breathing and coughing.

Inhalation of isobutylene can also cause dizziness and drowsiness, while exposure to ethylene glycol monobutyl ether can cause eye, skin, nose and throat irritation, as well as hematuria or blood in the urine, nervous system depression, headache and vomiting. According to the CDC.

Experts told ABC News last week that if officials don’t order evacuations in the area, the toxins from burning debris could be deadly. However, once the controlled burn was complete, the only risk of exposure to toxic materials was if they were embedded in the soil, which had to be dug up later, said Kevin Crist, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and director of Ohio University. Air Quality Center, told ABC News last week.

JD Vance, Ohio’s new GOP senator, appeared on Tucker’s show to discuss the mess:

People are finding all this, and more, to be very suspicious…

But the truth is, it’s hard to get information about what’s really going on, because many journalists can’t get their stories out.

In fact, reporter Evan Lambert was arrested for trying to cover the toxic chemical story in Ohio….

North Korea is on steroids.


Something seems really off about this whole situation. Ever since Bumbling Joe was installed, it’s as if the country has descended into total chaos. It’s one big disaster after another, and if you question it, you’re told to shut up and stop acting like a “conspiracy” kook.

Well, my best advice to you is to keep your “tinfoil” hats on, because at this stage of the game, I trust what the “cooks” say more than what the so-called “experts” do.

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