Five train carriages were at risk of exploding due to the unstable vinyl chloride composition, which could have sent fatal shards into the air. Around 3:30 p.m. on February 6th, Norfolk Southern Railroad carried out a controlled discharge of the vinyl chloride to avert an explosion.
In a press conference on Tuesday, Governor Mike DeWine said before deciding to implement the controlled release, he and Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro spoke with representatives from the railroad who recommended that the controlled release was the best option for the safety of the residents.
DeWine also noted that the Ohio National Guard did a modeling exercise of how the release would work in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Defense to give some additional information and understand the full ramifications before making the decision. The modeling was then produced into a map, and the decision was made to proceed with the recommended controlled release.The Tennessee Star
AZ – Ducey
AR – Hutchinson
CA – Newsome
CT – Lamont
NM – Grisham
VT – Scott
IA – Reynolds
RI – Raimondo
NE – Ricketts
DE – Carney
IN – Holcomb
NV – Sisolak
TN – Lee
KY – Beshear
ID – Little
MT – Bullock
OR – Brown
IL – Pritzker
LA – Edwards
TX – Abbott
MN – Waltz
UT – Herbert
Do you think you are not drinking it? Guess again…
Ohio disaster cover-up: NOAA removes TWO images of HYSPLIT models from their article but we have them – PLEASE SHARE
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PROTECT YOURSELVES?
The Michigan Southern Railroad (doing business as Napoleon, Defiance & Western Railroad (NDW), formerly Maumee & Western reporting – MAW) is a freight railroad in the United States operating between Woodburn, Indiana and Napoleon, Ohio and comprises 58 miles of track. The railroad originally extended to Toledo; portions have been converted to a rail trail.
There is currently railcar storage in Napoleon, Ohio. The line is used Monday through Saturday between Defiance and Napoleon, upon request in Woodburn, and between Woodburn to Defiance where the railroad’s main yard is. The track, which runs over the swamp ground for much of its length, is in an extremely poor state of repair, having had no maintenance since the early 1970s.Wikipedia
This Country Elected President Trump, not Joe Biden, in 2020; you now are witnessing the consequences of having feckless evil politicians in office. They are trying to hide their crimes, including Covid Vaccines – The blowing up of the Ukraine-Nord Stream Pipeline, etc… President Trump is going to Palestine, Ohio, on Wednesday to show support for the people of Ohio and our country. Dirty pedo Joe and Bra-wearing Pete can’t be bothered to help or are afraid to be around the toxicity of Palestine.
“Breaking News: Trump will visit East Palestine, Ohio next week. If our ‘leaders’ are too afraid to actually lead real leaders will step up and fill the void,” he wrote.
Trump himself later took to Truth Social to say he’ll be traveling to the afflicted Ohio community on Feb. 22.
“The people of East Palestine need help. I’ll see you on Wednesday!” Trump wrote.
The visit from the 45th president to East Palestine comes as the Biden administration faces criticism for what some are calling a slow response to the Feb. 3 derailment of a train carrying toxic chemicals.EPOCH TIMES
Remember, ES & S machines are Dominion and the same machines we have in Madison County and throughout NC.
HUGE: FOX News Filing Shows DOMINION Voting Systems Executives Including Eric Coomer Knew Its Voting Systems Had Major Security Issues, Was Hacked, and Was “Riddled with Bugs”
By Joe Hoft
Published February 17, 2023
Dominion Voting Systems is in big trouble after the filing by FOX News in its case with Dominion yesterday. FOX News uncovered through its discovery in the case that Dominion’s own employees expressed serious concerns about the security of its machines.
Dominion Voting Systems sued FOX News for $1.6 billion in a defamation lawsuit in March 2021. The AP reported on the suit in a very nasty and biased report.
The AP shared:
Dominion Voting Systems filed a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News on Friday, arguing the cable news giant falsely claimed in an effort to boost faltering ratings that the voting company had rigged the 2020 election.
The lawsuit is part of a growing body of legal action filed by the voting company and other targets of misleading, false and bizarre claims spread by President Donald Trump and his allies in the aftermath of Trump’s election loss to Joe Biden. Those claims helped spur on rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 in a violent siege that left five people dead, including a police officer. The siege led to Trump’s historic second impeachment.
The AP included numerous falsities and biases in its report, so much so that it looked like it was written by Dominion.
Since the 2020 Election, there has been a concerted effort by the Mainstream media to protect the results of the election and label anyone or any entity who challenges the uncertifiable results of the 2020 results as an election denier.
On Thursday, FOX News filed a brief in this case with Dominion Voting Systems. FOX News uncovered some material issues with Dominion and its voting systems. These items were so serious that Dominion employees expressed concerns about these issues.
Discovery in this case revealed that Dominion’s own employees expressed serious concerns about the security of its machines.
Mark Beckstrand, a Dominion Sales Manager, confirmed that other parties “have gotten ahold of [Dominion’s] equipment illicitly” in the past. Beckstrand identified specific instances in Georgia and North Carolina and testified that a Dominion machine was “hacked” in Michigan. Beckstrand confirmed that these security failures were “reported about in the news.”
And just weeks before the 2020 presidential election, Dominion’s Director of Product Strategy and Security, Eric Coomer, acknowledged in private that “our shit is just riddled with bugs.” Indeed, Coomer had been castigating Dominion’s failures for years. In 2019, Coomer noted that “our products suck.” He lamented that “[a]lmost all” of Dominion’s technological failings were “due to our complete f— up in installation.” In another instance, he identified a “*critical* bug leading to INCORRECT results.” Ex.H4, Coomer Email (Jan. 5, 2018). He went on to note: “It does not get much worse than that.” And while many companies might have resolved their errors, Coomer lamented that “we don’t address our weaknesses effectively!”
Other internal documents noted that a glitch identified by a security expert in Antrim County should be detected in the software. Coomer shared that the expert isn’t entirely wrong.
In addition, after the 2020 Election, Dominion received complaints from Georgia noting irregularities with machine counts that required employees to reprogram the machines.Joe Hoft Gateway Pundit