July 20, 2023
By James Grundvig, American Media Periscope
On Wednesday, July 19, 2023, an E3 tornado touchdown in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, wreaking havoc as sudden violent storms do. The two football-field wide, 16.5-mile long swath rolled through the sparsely populated wooded area, 45 miles east of Raleigh and just east of I-95 highway, according to MSN.
The tornado literally landed on top of Pfizer’s 5-year-old injectable plant on Rocky Mount. In viewing the marked-up photo below, the path of the direction of the plant was clear, and so too was the tornado landing on top of the root of the processing plant and storage facility, crushing down the roof design for hurricane wind-loads, but not for the full weight of a funnel touching down of the facility.
[Credit: Storm-damaged Pfizer plant aerial photo marked up by James Grundvig.]
Also noted in the aerial photo are the flanking offices at both ends of the facility, which housed most staff and employees during business hours. That would explain why only a dozen people were injured and taken to an area hospital. No deaths were reported. No critical injuries. Most cars were at the rear and survived intact, with a few tractor-trailer trucks capsized. This led me to believe the tornado bounced off the center warehouse-factory roof, missed the cars immediately to the rear, then touched down again exiting the area.
[*Note: These are James Grundvig’s observations from his day in the construction management industry, which included forensic inspections of failed structures.]
Many patriots online have shared information–without proof–that a tornado didn’t do the damage, because the metal roof wasn’t ripped off the top like countless images of houses from such ferocious events. But the below photo taken of felled trees on a road in the storm’s path proves that the damage done was the work of a tornado, and no act of sabotage or explosions like we saw last weekend with the Dow Chemical plant explosion in Louisiana.
[Credit: James Grundvig marked up photo.]
Other misinformation out there–again, without proof–has Pfizer housed 50,000 vials of its Covid-19 vaccine at this facility. But in reading several articles, and Pfizer’s 2018 announcement of adding 800 more employees to its Rocky Mount workforce, no news before, during, or after Covid showed that its mRNA bioweapons were stored at this facility.
On Prizer’s product page for this facility, it reads:
“The Rocky Mount, North Carolina site is one of the largest sterile injectable facilities in the world, with more than 1.4 million square feet of manufacturing space on 250 acres in Eastern North Carolina. Nearly 25 percent of Pfizer’s sterile injectables used in U.S. hospitals are produced at the site.
“At this facility, a wide range of products are produced, including anesthesia, analgesia, therapeutics, anti-infectives, and neuromuscular blockers. These products are available in small-volume presentations, such as ampules, vials, and syringes.
“More than 200 million units leaving the Rocky Mount site annually help treat patients around the world.”
[*Note: As of this writing, Pfizer has not issued a press release.]
[Credit: Nash County, North Carolina map marked up by James Grundvig.]
In closing, the Act of God not only delivered interesting timing, at the end of the Covid fraudemic, but the tornado did little damage to human life, and certainly impacted the logistics of “injectables” across the United States.
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