Let’s be real here – celebrities can influence millions of people faster and more easily than the rest of us can. As of now Kylie Jenner’s twitter account has 19.2 million followers, which is 600k more followers than Donald Trump’s twitter account. One tweet from either of these accounts can send waves of information across the world rapidly. In 2015, Kylie Jenner tweeted about chemtrails.
“Why did I see 75 planes spraying white stuff into the sky on my 15 minute drive to work? Who pays for this and why is it happening Is something being exterminated here? Is that something me? Does this have anything to do with why Honey Bee’s are Dying off really fast? Why are some days normal with no planes spraying and others look like this? Who is responsible? What effect will this have on our health and our children’s future? WHO THE F#*% THOUGHT THIS WAS A GOOD IDEA? Am I the only one who sees this?”
Sure, Kylie Jenner is no Nikola Tesla, but the more people who are awake regardless of their background, the sooner the dissolution of geoengineering aerosol programs will transpire. Any celebrity with millions of followers has a double edged sword at the fingertips of their Twitter accounts.