This Is What Black Rule Looks Like In Denmark, South Carolina

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Population is less than 6% White

Black Mayor pictured above defends putting HaloSan in the city drinking supply to disinfect it even though the EPA has not approved HaloSan for this use!

He is quoted as saying, “It was our thinking that it was an approved chemical to be used,” It was your thinking? Who did you consult, your local witch doctor?  It was reported in January of this year that he refused to allow well known Flint water crisis researcher test city wells for pollution!  Why?

So for 10 years, the people of Denmark South Carolina had poison put in their water by the city government. Now they are realizing why they’ve been sick.

This is what black rule looks like.

 

 

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3 thoughts on “This Is What Black Rule Looks Like In Denmark, South Carolina

  1. Sockpuppet2012

    Maureen Martin said:

    “He is quoted as saying, “It was our thinking that it was an approved chemical to be used,” It was your thinking? Who did you consult, your local witch doctor? It was reported in January of this year that he refused to allow well known Flint water crisis researcher test city wells for pollution! Why?”

    Maureen, why are you concerned about the quality of water in a 94% black city?
    Hopefully, it will poison the whole city.
    The black mayor is on our side. ;=)

    The 6% of the population that is White is almost certainly smart enough to be drinking bottled water.

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