Warning. I'm about to dive headfirst into the realm of conspiracy theory. If that's too much for you, might want to look the other way. My reason for doing this is some still believe the government is spraying harmful chemicals in the skies over Missouri specifically.

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If you're not familiar with the chemtrail conspiracy theory, Wikipedia defines it as "the erroneous belief that long-lasting condensation trails are "chemtrails" consisting of chemical or biological agents left in the sky by high-flying aircraft, sprayed for nefarious purposes undisclosed to the general public."

No matter which side of this issue you happen to side with, I'm going to share both sides. First, one of the more prominent channels on Rumble espousing this theory is Missouri on Neodymium. Here's a short very recent video he shared of what he believes is geoengineering by spraying chemicals in the sky.

The counterpoint of that is a debunk that Buzzfeed shared last year.

Let's define exactly what we're talking about here. The FAA has an extensive fact sheet about contrails. They say that "all contrails are line-shaped clouds composed of ice
particles. These ice particles evaporate when local atmospheric conditions become dry enough (low enough relative humidity)."

What's the bottom line? My problem with the chemtrail conspiracy theory is that I have yet to see any proof. When you look up in the sky and claim contrails are chemtrails, you need to SHOW ME. I was born in Missouri, after all. When you just declare that contrails have geoengineered chemicals in them, your theory isn't going to be seriously considered.

I'm not letting the government and major media off the hook either. When you censor everything that has to do with chemtrails on YouTube, you're not doing anyone any favors. The big bold "fact" at the top of the results and hiding anyone that disagrees with that only adds fuel to the conspiracy believers. That's one reason why'll you'll see more of this on Rumble than anywhere else since they don't appear to be screening (yet).

I'm one of the few media people willing to have an open discussion about a controversial topic it seems and I believe that's the only way we're going to finally drill down to the truth.

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