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By B.N. Frank


Last November, Senator Richard Blumenthal (CT) and Representative Anna G. Eshoo (CA) demanded for proof that 5G wireless technology is safe.  Neither Blumenthal nor Eshoo have stopped rocking the boat on this.


Here is Blumenthal at February 6, 2019 Senate Committee on Commerce, Science Transportation meeting: Winning the Race to 5G and the Next Era of Technology Innovation in the United States



         



      

More details about the meeting have been provided by Blumenthal’s office.  However, in regard to this statement: “Wireless carriers concede they are not aware of any independent scientific studies on safety of 5G technologies” it seems unlikely that they really aren’t aware. See 1, 2, 3, 4


Decades of research has already proven that all sources of cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation are harmful.  No “safe” level of wireless radiation exposure has even been determined yet for children and pregnant women.  Adding 5G to the mess will just make it worse.


Blumenthal and Eshoo aren’t the only elected officials picking on the FCC.  Activist Post has covered this as well. Despite all of this and more – it is being reported that the Trump administration plans to move forward with 5G and AI very soon.  Apparently, giving the country back to the people and making America great again includes forcing the installation of risky and unwanted technology in our communities to radiate us with even more infrastructure while replacing us at our jobs with robots.


Unfortunately, 5G isn’t just being recklessly installed all over the U.S.  Activist Post and many others have reported more scary happenings about it being installed overseas as well as in space (for real).  The first 5G court case was won in England last year but only after people became sick after it was installed and some women delivered stillborn babies.


The Race for 5G sounds more like taking a long walk off a short bridge.