The following map shows some of the areas where hazardous chemicals were detected in the water supply. Note that the states with the highest rates of water contamination are California, New Jersey, North Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, Georgia, Minnesota, Arizona, Massachusetts, and Illinois.
Both of these studies tell much the same story: The U.S. water supply is a nightmare of toxic heavy metals, deadly chemicals and unknown contaminants that pose a serious long-term risk to public health. “For many years, chemicals with unknown toxicities, such as PFASs, were allowed to be used and released to the environment, and we now have to face the severe consequences,” said lead author Xindi Hu, a doctoral student in the Department of Environmental Health at Harvard Chan School, Environmental Science and Engineering at SEAS, and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. (Harvard.edu source) “In addition, the actual number of people exposed may be even higher than our study found, because government data for levels of these compounds in drinking water is lacking for almost a third of the U.S. population — about 100 million people.”
What the Harvard study does not dare say — because Harvard receives government money and therefore can never quite tell you the whole truth — is that the EPA is a corrupt, criminal organization that deliberately hides the truth about massive industrial pollution in our water and soils.
The contamination of the U.S. water supply with deadly chemicals, in other words, is no accident. The Environmental Pollution Agency (EPA) knowingly tolerates industrial pollution because looking the other way serves the interests of powerful corporations. The EPA, you see, is just a reflection of the criminal racketeering and cartel behavior that’s now found through the corrupt federal government.
Under the Obama regime and the Clinton era of extreme corruption, every federal agency — the FDA, IRS, DEA, CDC, USDA, ATF and even the FAA — has devolved into corrupt, junk science malfeasance and systemic corruption that routinely sacrifices the public interest in order to obtain greater budgets and increased power (all while poisoning the people to keep them dumbed down and helpless).
The EPA doesn’t even dare publish test results of water tests across America, as I’ve already done with my non-profit EPA Watch program. The agency is too terrified to dare publish accurate, honest scientific information about the water people are drinking across the country, because if they did, they would all be dragged out of their cushy office chairs by an enraged public that’s tired of being poisoned.