Actor and activist Chuck Norris called out the “sky criminals” in his latest op-ed examining several pieces of evidence showing a global geoengineering scheme may possibly already be underway.
In a shocking World Net Daily editorial, the “Walker, Texas Ranger” star warned governments may already be covertly subjecting populations to weather modification experiments.
Highlighting a 2003 National Center for Biotechnology Information abstract which concluded that “aerosol immunization seems a promising method of vaccination,” Norris asserted he found it doubtful the US government has not already tested the method or others on US populations.
“Over the past 13 years since the study, does anyone think it’s possible that such mass vaccinations or immunizations have occurred by air in trial locations in the U.S.?” Norris asks.
“How many plane-dropping chemical cocktails have already been sprayed around the world in the name of securing public health?”
“Whatever the intent or justification, and whether or not the purpose is for mass vaccinations or some other devious plot,” writes Norris, “if you don’t believe there’s some smoke-screening in the sky trails above you, I have a London Bridge to sell you in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.”
The martial arts legend, who claims he and his wife have witnessed geoengineering over their Texas ranch, goes on to suggest there may be a possible cover-up afoot after the nixing of a study last year proving harmful human side-effects related to geoengineering.
“Interestingly,” notes Norris, “on Sept. 2, 2015, just two weeks after it was published, Dr. [J. Marvin] Herndon’s entire 16-page scientific article was suddenly and completely retracted from the journal based upon only two chemical composition questions and an overarching explanation with no further explanation than this:
“The language of the paper is often not sufficiently scientifically objective for a research article.”
Norris’ search for answers follows the deaths of major celebrities who had also decried the global chemtrail phenomenon, such as country music legend Merle Haggard.
“…Prince, who just passed away this past week, sang in his song, ‘Dreamer’: ‘While the helicopter circles us, this theory’s getting’ deep, Think they’re spraying chemicals over the city while we sleep? From now on I’m staying’ awake, you can call me a dreamer too, wake up, wake up.’”