Tammi Riedl and her spouse feel chemtrails are detriment our health. They demonstrate schemes have gone mainstream and arent just for the right wing
Standing between bunks of golden beets and elephant garlic in the plot of Lincoln Hills, a small organic farm in Placer County, California, Tammi Riedl appears up and points to a stripe of white-hot smog operating across a cloudless blue sky.
See that? she requests, heightening her eyebrows. What do you think that is?
I look up. The lily-white stripe looks like a ordinary contrail of jet engine exhaust to me. But to Tammi, a 54 year-old organic farmer, its a chemtrail: a harmful cocktail of aluminum, strontium and barium sprayed from airliners in a patch to control the condition, the population and our food supply.
See how it diffuses and becomes cloud cover? she articulates. Thats not normal.
I nod, iffy how to respond to this sudden affirmation, and Tammi resumes show how to cover cultivate rows with frost blankets.