The Abstract episode 29 “8 States BANNING CHEMTRAILS”


by Peter A. Kirby, Activist Post:

It appears that the issue of chemtrails and geoengineering is finally starting to go mainstream. This is largely due to the fact that Tennessee has recently signed a bill into law which effectively bans weather modification activities and there are 7 other states with similar bills in the works. For a thorough understanding of chemtrails and geoengineering, please buy and read the author’s book Chemtrails Exposed: A New Manhattan Project.



On April 11, 2024 Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed SB 2691 (formerly HB 2063) into law. The new law goes into effect on July 1. SB 2691 was introduced by Representative Monty Fritts (R) and had 14 co-sponsors.

The law is very brief. It amends an already existing law. It simply states that, “The intentional injection, release, or dispersion, by any means, of chemicals, chemical compounds, substances, or apparatus within the borders of this state into the atmosphere with the express purpose of affecting temperature, weather, or the intensity of the sunlight is prohibited.” Violators face charges of a class C misdemeanor with fines of up to $10K per day, per violation.

Representative Fritts notes that SB 2691 has been promoted in response to a 2023 Biden White House report which asserts the need for spraying the Earth with tens of thousands of megatons of toxic chemicals.


The legal movement resulting in Tennessee’s successful bill started in Illinois over a year ago. In January of 2023 Illinois Senator Neil Anderson (R) introduced SB 0134. This bill was definitely a trial run. It’s very bare bones. It simply outlaws ‘cloud seeding,’ but is not specific and provides no investigatory process or penalties for violators. The bill was shuffled around in committees and never received a vote. It is now stalled.

New Hampshire

Late last year, New Hampshire Representative Jason Gerhard (R) introduced HB 1700-FN also known as The Clean Atmosphere Preservation Act. The bill prohibits the intentional release of pollutants associated with weather and climate modification. It also bans excessive electromagnetic energy (EM) pollution and provides penalties for violators.

The bill explicitly asserts states’ rights under the 10th amendment to the Constitution ‘where federal programs and restrictions have become oppressive or destructive.’ The bill specifically outlaws federally approved and/or funded activities that violate the provisions of HB 1700. HB 1700 also stipulates that foreign state-sponsored programs and programs sponsored by international bodies that violate the provisions of this bill can be banned in perpetuity from engaging or applying to engage in activities that violate the law.

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