Start Spreading The News: Another Elected Official Asks The FCC To Provide Documentation That 5G Is Safe

Start Spreading The News: Another Elected Official Asks The FCC To Provide Documentation That 5G Is Safe

By B.N. Frank

Thanks to Environmental Health Trust for reporting about New York congressman Thomas Suozzi’s request to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC):

Congressman Thomas Suozzi, representing New York’s 3rd Congressional District sent a letter to the FCC asking for safety data on 5G. He joins Rep. Peter A. DeFazio  House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman, who wrote a letter to FCC Chairman Pai and acting FDA Commissioner Sharpless and Senator Blumenthal and U.S. Representative Anna G. Eshoo sent a letter to FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr seeking answers the safety data on 5G wireless technology.

Read the Letter by Suozzi asking for safety data on 5G by Congressman Thomas Suozzi here.

EHTrust also recently reported about the same request made by Representative Peter A. DeFazio of Oregon.

In February the Telecom Industry told a congressional committee that they knew of no scientific studies that prove 5G technology is safe. 

There is already research that has proven 5G is harmful and that all other sources of wireless radiation are harmful too.

Last month there was a press conference from the White House about the U.S. needing to win the controversial “Race for 5G.”  There was no reference to the congressional testimony provided by the Telecom Industry and little reference to widespread increasing U.S. opposition to 5G.  (See 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10).

So 5G installation seems to be continuing in the U.S. despite all issues identified with it by a growing number of credible sources including a former national security director.

The FCC is supposed to regulate the Telecom Industry and protect the public.  They have been doing the exact opposite for 20+ years.  Please check Activist Post archives for more articles about that.

The U.S. Day of Action Against 5G is on May 15.  Even if you can’t make it, be sure to contact your state and federal legislators and demand that they represent you and your concerns. 

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