AT&T Fires Up Sweat-Inducing 5G

AT&T Fires Up Sweat-Inducing 5G in “Sin City” With Plans for 20 More Despite Anticipating More Lawsuits

 

JUNE 30, 2019
Last February, telecom executives gave congressional testimony that they could NOT provide any studies that prove that 5G technology is safe.  Unfortunately, plenty of research already proves it isn’t (see 1, 2, 3).

Not only that – cybersecurity experts, (see 1, 2), environmentalists (see 1, 2, 3) meteorologists, NASA, NOAA, the U.S. Navy, and utility companies have ALL warned that installing 5G everywhere could lead to widespread catastrophic events.

Regardless, AT&T is introducing 5G in more U.S. cities despite this  as well as growing 5G opposition and that Americans ARE NOT signing up for it where it’s already been installed.

Even ballsier, the company is doing this while fighting current lawsuits AND they are anticipating more lawsuits will follow.  Of course, all telecom companies have been anticipating lawsuits for awhile now.

Now back to 5G in Vegas:

AT&T’s 5G network is continuing to grow, though it still remains limited to business users.

On Thursday the wireless carrier announced that it has turned on 5G in Las Vegas, its twentieth city to get its 5G mmWave network (what AT&T calls “5G+”).

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At twenty live cities, AT&T has grown a sizeable, early lead on Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprintthough all three rival carriers either have launched consumer 5G networks or plan to do so this week.

It is bonkers crazy, and some elected officials are still endorsing 5G and forcing installation on Americans even when few residents are signing up for it.

Activist Post reports regularly about all the horrors of 5G.  Please see our archives.

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