Seems like every time a horrendous event happens, the kooks come out. From Sandy Hook to 911, there’s always a certain contingent of mental midgets shouting from the cesspool that it’s a “false flag” government op. Last month’s flooding in Louisiana is no exception.
Meet Steve Quayle. (I’m not sure if he’s related to George “Pappy” Bush’s former Veep, Dan “potatoe” Quayle.) You may not have heard about him, I certainly hadn’t. However, he seems to be known to the tinfoil toupee set.
Ol’ Steve’s a radio commentator. (Well, shortwave radio, anyway.) He’s a guest of cutting edge conspiracy kooks such as Alex Jones, (A Trump consultant, btw) The Hagmann & Hagmann Report and the Khristians’ favorite ex-con scam artist, Jim Bakker.
It seems (to Steve’s short-circuited brain cells) that the government decided to use it’s weather weapon on the unsuspecting citizens of Louisiana. (I guess the government figured they were “all wet” anyway, so what’s the big deal?) According to Steve, this had something to do with the government elites wanting to create a “generated famine” after stockpiling food in their “underground bases.”
In order to inform the nation of this nefarious plot, Steve appeared on the Jim Bakker Show. (Have I mentioned that both Steve and Jim’s websites sell food stocks to survive the coming apocalypse, in whatever form it may take? Not that that has anything to do with it of course.)
As Steve put it,
If you control the weather, you control the food; you control the food, you control the people. This is what’s going on in Louisiana.
There was a standing wave in Louisiana, that’s a weather weapon and weather weapons are real. And people, they knew it was going to come but they still stayed and that’s what’s tragic because weather weapons are real.
What you’re watching is a nation under siege.