Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

The Politics Of Human Cloning

With the avalanche of lies and deception emanating from government and mainstream media, it’s no wonder the majority of the electorate believes in conspiracy theories. And with the recent admission by The Washington Post that it dropped the ball on the Trump-Georgia election story and President Biden’s green-screen manipulation, who can blame them.

Either way, they’ve broken our trust and, says Riss Flex, there is now irrefutable proof that the media is trying to be deceptive, rather than biased. There are topics that are seemingly true due to all the information we have on the subject from many different sources, yet we still find it hard to believe, such as human cloning. Flex says she believes it’s real.

Though animal cloning has been prevalent for years, the topic of cloning humans is obviously more sensitive and political. President Clinton pushed for a ban on human cloning for the public sector, but not for the private sector. To date, eight states prohibit cloning for any purpose, including Arizona, Arkansas, Indiana, Michigan, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Virginia.

Truth is, cloning humans is occurring for different reasons, such as to harvest organs, for experimental purposes or simply for destruction. There are no federal restrictions on cloning kill, which should send a chill down your spine! Here’s more on the topic with Flex and, as always, use your own judgment.

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