GMO Lobbyist Won’t Touch Monsanto’s ‘Perfectly Safe’ Chemicals

Yet you eat them every day

In a revealing 6 minute 47 second video below, you can observe a brief synopsis of just how toxic GMO chemicals are. But the best part of this post, contributed by The Corbett Report, is the footage of Dr. Patrick Moore, a known GMO supporting lobbyist when asked to drink a glass full of glyphosate. Check it out below.

Patrick Moore owns a company that tells numerous corporations how to “green” their products and is known for promoting the greatness of glyphosate. He has even said, “you can drink a whole quart of it and it won’t hurt you.”

A French film-maker just released a clip of Moore on camera and what he says about the chemical is more than shocking. You simply have to check it out for yourself. You can skip to about 5 minutes into the video.

 “There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.” — Elie Wiesel

What do you say, we all send Moore numerous quarts of glyphosate to drink? Cheers to the biotech industry.

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Articles by: Christina Sarich

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