Report exposes industrial wind farms and the damage they can do to communities
Millie Weaver starts off asking people who live and work in Kansas City, KS what they know about green energy and industrial wind farms.
Not surprising, city people virtue signal their liberal support for industrial wind energy, dogmatizing it as a viable solution to the alleged problem of “climate change” without much thought.
However, when asked how much energy wind farms produce, what they know about impacts on birds, bats, the environment and human health, most city people appear to be clueless.
Weaver then goes to a small town where a local florist has noticed a significant increase in funerals for people who live outside town in close proximity to the wind farm.
Weaver then journeys to El Paso County, Colorado giving us an insider’s view of the fraudulent and deceptive nature of big wind energy corporations by attending and speaking at a local County Commissioner’s hearing regarding health concerns about a local wind farm.
Rural people who have been impacted by the wind farm speak out about having to abandon their homes and health effects they have experienced in a plea for help.
World renowned acoustician Robert Rand presents prima facia evidence that the wind farm is in perpetual violation of state noise nuisance laws.
He presents data which shows the wind farm is operating at noise levels known to cause sleep deprivation, stress and other health impacts reported by those living in close proximity to it.
Millie Weaver discusses medical opinions of doctors who examined data collected as part of a scientific medical study which investigated the serious health impacts of residents living near the wind farm.
At the hearing, a wind energy advocate “Dr”, who has been giving medical opinions and medical advice in support of the wind energy project while downplaying people’s health concerns, is exposed as not being an actual “doctor”, rather, being nothing more than a person with a “PhD” in Philosophy.
County Commissioners and State legislators now wrestle with the legal conundrum of needing to enforce the law to protect the health and wellbeing of rural residents, to prevent lawlessness and the appearance of giving unequal protection under the law, while facing threats from wind energy tycoons of billion dollar lawsuits if the wind farm is shut down.