“Safe” Zika pesticide nukes millions of bees
By Jon Rappoport
Millions of bees have just died in South Carolina, because Dorchester County officials decided to attack Zika mosquitoes from the air, from planes, with a pesticide called Naled.
The Washington Post reports, in an article headlined: “‘Like it’s been nuked’: Millions of bees dead after South Carolina sprays for Zika mosquitoes.”
“The county acknowledged the bee deaths Tuesday. ‘Dorchester County is aware that some beekeepers in the area that was sprayed on Sunday lost their beehives,’ Jason Ward, county administrator, said in a news release. He added, according to the Charleston Post and Courier, ‘I am not pleased that so many bees were killed.’
That’s the highest degree of outrage County Administrator Ward can muster? He’s not pleased?
Who said this Naled pesticide was safe? None other than the CDC. Sort of.
On the agency’s web page titled “Zika Virus:…
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