November 8, 2012 (CALIFORNIA, USA) - The ballots in California that required labeling of food sold to consumers made form plants or animals through genetic modification failed to give the voter an option of voting Yes or No.
One must question how this error came to fruition and why there was no oversight on the approved ballot. Additionally, one must question how the vote was recorded if there was no choice made. It remains possible that all non-votes could have been counted as No voted as the default.
It further perplexes one’s curiosity on how it is possible for so many Californians to vote against disclosing what is going in their food.
As of September 21, 2012, Monsanto and other chemical and pesticide companies spent more than $19 million to defeat Prop 37. According to InfoWars, "the opposition spent over $45 million and they claimed it was because they were going to save Californian families $400. It makes no sense."
With the numerous occurrences of voter fraud in the nation, is it possible that the vote was defeated through bribery and fraud?
Does it make any sense to vote for something that would be detrimental to your health?
Yes on 37 campaign manager Gary Ruskin stated, “Monsanto, DuPont, and Coca-Cola do not want Californians to know what’s really in their food and drinks, because they fear consumers will turn away from their genetically engineered ingredients and pesticides that go with them.”
Something smells genetically modified fishy…
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