Is Yellowstone Ready to BLOW??? Video #1

Video produced by: Eddie Page

The recent data sheets from Yellowstone show what is taking place with the Yellowstone Supervolcano and the seismic charts show it all. Eddie Page showing us things the USGS is not revealing to the American public. The Washington Post reported “The Yellowstone Supervolcano is a disaster waiting to happen. Yellowstone is capable of eruptions thousands of times more violent than the Mount St. Helens eruption of 1980.” YELLOWSTONE VOLCANO…The hype over a possible eruption and the cataclysmic events that will follow. Eddie gives the current data that is available on the situation. Eddie holds a Masters degree in Geo-Physics and has watched and studied this worlds most active volcano. With the potential to devastate the entire world as most know it, He shows the recent events that have taken place. Things that the USGS will not expose. What to do and the areas in the United States that will be affected. This is a must watch to learn and know what to do.



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What Does FEMA Know???

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8-20-18 Eddie shows everyone where Federal money is being sent to and what the Feds are saying it is being used for. The most corrupted system and you shall be shocked at these finds and data presented. Brianna Ehley, a reporter for The Fiscal Times wrote this story. “A federal watchdog has raised concerns about how much of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s budget is going toward administrative costs – instead of disaster relief. “The Government Accountability Office says that the amount of FEMA funding that has gone toward administrative costs like salaries for senior executive employees, travel expenses and field office leases has nearly doubled over the last decade. Auditors said in a new report out this week that from 2004 to 2013, FEMA spent about $12.7 billion on administrative costs. That’s about 12 percent of the total $95.2 billion the agency was allocated to respond to hurricanes, earthquakes and other disasters – and up from about 9 percent between 1980 and 1995.” Thank you Brianna for your hard work.



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