According to an NBC News, Donald Trump, accompanied by select members of his cabinet, toured a chem trail outfitted dispersal airplane at Andrews Air Force Base yesterday afternoon.
As the partial government shut down stretched to historic length, President Trump offered solutions to end the deadlock. Vowing to end expensive and pointless programs, the $7 billion OPERATION MYSTIC MIST is on the chopping block.
President Trump read a prepared statement in front of a converted Boeing 767.
Anonymous White House sources revealed that MYSTIC MIST and other similar black programs have been in progress since the late 1980’s. The chem trail Boeing 767 is but one of a variety of airborne platforms used.
Other pointless programs will be terminated:
$518,000 in federal grants to study how cocaine affects the sexual behavior of Japanese quails.
$1,4 Billion a year for 770,000 for unused and underused federal buildings.
The Army Corps of Engineers spends $5 billion annually constructing dams and other water projects that are not necessary or fictitious to ensure the line item budget for the Army Corps of Engineers is not reduced.
Las Vegas NV- 37 passengers and two crew members succumbed to fumes after a 737-200 (N666JT) landed at McCarran Airport. The 737 aircraft was taxing to parking when the crew reported fumes in the cockpit. Captain Brian Aldridge stopped the aircraft on the taxiway and ordered an immediate evacuation. Details remain sketchy as injured passengers report a sweet, vanilla smell just before the emergency doors were opened. One passenger reported a smell similar to cookie dough.
“It was a normal landing and we were going to the gate when everyone started coughing and gasping for breath. the doors came open as soon as we stopped and I got the hell out of there. It was hard to see and it smelled like chocolate chip cookies. ”
-Mrs Candace Baker, Las Vegas, NV
The surviving passengers and crew were rushed to University Medical Center where they are being treated for lung damage and chemical burns. Three are in the hospital’s ICU and are listed as critical.
NTSB investigators have said that this mishap is similar to one that occurred to a Boeing 737-United Flight 1313 which crashed while attempting to land at the Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, AZ on February 5, 2017.