Oklahoma must have a shortage of aluminum, barium and nano-fibers in their air.
At least that’s how it seems, judging by the heavy chem-trail spraying going on.
KFOR’s meteorologist Emily Sutton even mentioned it earlier in the week. Of course she referred to them as con-trails, which makes me wonder if she is really ignorant of chem-trails or is just towing the official line.
(PS Not saying E.S. is ignorant, I think she’s a great meteorologist. They should give her and the person who hired her a raise.)
(Con-trails dissipate in seconds. Chem-trails stay intact much longer and often spread out, turning into thin clouds.)
Nano-fiber Propagation: To universally install a BioAPI in everyone they need to spray nano-fibers. These fibers cannot be put into the food supply or given in some other way, the uptake across the population would take forever and not propagate very effectively. It’s much easier just to spray everyone like an insect; and because it’s happening to everyone the universal herd mentality of the unwashed masses then justifies it.
In this example the speaker is not speaking gibberish at all. The words are clear and concise; but obviously also mixed up in random order. Again, the speaker knows what he is saying is wrong, backwards and incorrect, and therefore attempts to correct but can’t. The BioAPI is powerful, and can force (or suggest) anyone to say or do anything against or with their will. You, you, can be mind controlled on demand right now to do almost anything.
The reporter here shows the exact same reaction to what is happening when she speaks as others do. Clearly surprised she is saying what she is saying, when the words she intends to speak are not what comes out of her mouth. She knows she is saying one word, but gibberish clearly comes out. Again, she tries to repeat and correct but can’t, realizing something is wrong but has no idea what, she closes the broadcast quickly. In all examples the speaker’s are acting as if they are clearly speaking the words as intended, but as they speak they hear gibberish and can’t comprehend why as they try to compensate and continue. This reflects a hi-jacking if you will of the speech center of the brain which is why the term Direct-to-Speech seems accurate.