Sacramento using chlorine dioxide to kill coronavirus on surfaces, but FDA and FTC say it can't be used for personal protection
By ethanh // 2020-08-25
Back in March, SacRT (Sacramento Regional Transit District) implemented a new cleaning policy for its buses in response to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) that involves "fogging" them regularly with chlorine dioxide. But as you may recall, chlorine dioxide is actually not allowed by either the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), at least not for personal use.
News coverage by the Sacramento Bee explained at the time that spraying chlorine dioxide on seats and handrails more regularly can help to effectively cleanse these surfaces of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), making them safer for public transit riders. Why, then, is chlorine dioxide not allowed for use by individuals trying to combat the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) at home?
As explained by Andreas Kalcker, one of the world's leading experts on chlorine dioxide, this simple substance – which is not bleach, by the way, as is being falsely reported by the mainstream media – floods the bloodstream with oxygen when taken internally, enriching hemoglobin molecules and allowing patients to breathe more fully. This is exactly what we want when facing an alleged respiratory pandemic.
But the FDA and the FTC are saying no way as they continue to persecute those like the Grenon brothers who are trying to make it available to people who want it. This "Miracle Mineral Solution," as it is also called, is commonly used throughout Africa to treat malaria, and yet here in the U.S. it is off-limits to consumers because the government claims it is not "legal."
Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, got the chance to speak with Kalcker directly about the benefits of chlorine dioxide, which you can learn more about by checking out the following episode of The Health Ranger Report:
Just like hydroxychloroquine, the government doesn't want you to have access to chlorine dioxide because it actually works
Anyone who is paying attention can clearly see that chlorine dioxide, along with hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and other remedies, is being stifled because Big Pharma would rather the public be fear-mongered into accepting a future vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), which is where the money is.
Nobody in Big Government will make any money from people taking a simple, inexpensive mineral solution like chlorine dioxide to cure the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). The same is true for HCQ, a generic anti-malarial that has been off-patent for decades.
Both of these remedies, which a growing heap of evidence suggests could end this plandemic rather quickly if made widely available, are being kept under lock and key by the medical deep state, which is pretending as though the only "remedies" are social distancing and mask-wearing, at least until a vaccine becomes commercially available.
This is why many refer to the current crisis as a plandemic, by the way. Critical thinkers can undoubtedly see that the whole thing reeks of a coverup, not to mention the fact that it actually was planned long in advance, including at the "Event 201" meeting that was held last fall at the behest of Bill Gates and other globalists.
Check out the below video for yourself and see what public officials in Sacramento have to say about the benefits of chlorine dioxide specifically. Then ask yourself: Why isn't chlorine dioxide being made available to everyone?
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For more related news about government tyranny against those trying to help people overcome the plandemic, be sure to check out Pandemic.news.
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