When thousands of dead birds fell from the sky over Beebe, Arkansas just before midnight on December 31st, the government was already on the scene with a ready-made excuse for the carnage. The news media arriving on the scene were told by EPA officials, wearing hazmat suits and gas masks, that fireworks was the culprit.
For the past 48 hours the government has insisted that "loud noises" from a distant fireworks display frightened the birds to death. That's their story and they are sticking to it.
Fireworks have been bursting in air since way before I was born. There is nothing in the sky louder than thunder. Yet I have never seen birds dropping dead after a thunder storm.
Birds own the sky. They've navigated around the sky for millions of years. By now they should be acclimated to a little noise in the air. Even if they were blind, birds fly using sonar (echolocation) and the gravitational pull of the earth. They don't have to see well to get where they're going.
But yet the government lies continue -- and they use the Obama-friendly, left wing media to spread that lie. Obviously the government doesn't have a very high opinion of the intelligence level of Americans.
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Scientists believe that fireworks appeared to have frightened the birds into such a frenzy that they crashed into homes, cars and each other. Some may have flown straight into the ground.
It's hard to believe that a tiny town like Beebe, AR (population: 5,000) set off stadium sized fireworks displays with sufficient noise level to frighten 5,000 birds so badly that they flew into homes and cars below the roof level.
Not one resident of Beebe who was interviewed has mentioned anything about birds colliding into their homes or shattering their windows.
They all say the same thing -- that the birds simply "fell out of the sky."
The fact that so many birds were found on roof tops suggests that they were not flying below the roof level.
Some forward thinkers and conspiracy theorists believe that the government used Beebe as a testing ground for a new, top secret weapon. Which explains how they got into town so quickly.