Truth Frequency Radio

May 21, 2013

by Sheree Geo

Truth Frequency Radio


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It all started May 19th, when 22 tornadoes ravaged parts of Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. Unfortunately for the people of Moore, Oklahoma, the worst was yet to come.

“The whole city looks like a debris field,” Moore Mayor Glenn Lewis said.

The biggest tornado in the U.S. in 2 years, a monster possibly over a mile wide ripped through the town with over 200mph wind speeds, killing 24 and injuring more than 240 people, as one of its’ main targets was a hospital, and the other mass casualty location being Plaza Towers Elementary School. As a mother myself, I can only imagine the sheer terror the parents of these children went through as they knew that a monster tornado was headed toward their babies.

“I actually saw the tornado coming straight toward us,” Briarwood first-grade teacher Cindy Lowe told ABC News. “I knew there was no turning back then. It was coming. It wasn’t something that I was watching on TV. This was really going to happen.”

Seven of the nine children killed in the tornado were students at Plaza Towers Elementary school, officials said.

“I can’t imagine,” teacher Sherry Bittle said through tears, “not being able to give those kids back to their parents that brought them to me that morning.”

According to the Chicago Tribune, Plaza Towers was one of five different schools in the path of the storm.

“They literally were lifting walls up and kids were coming out,” Oklahoma State Police Sergeant Jeremy Lewis said. “They pulled kids out from under cinder blocks without a scratch on them.”

Our hearts and prayers go out to Moore and the surrounding areas affected by this tragedy.

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Sheree Geo is a researcher, freelance writer, journalist, and singer from East Texas. After several years of watching eugenics and mind control in action, she began to fight the system by giving people the knowledge of these activities. She then met her husband, Chris Geo, in 2009 and has since been the co-host of their show, Truth Frequency, which airs on GCN every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, as well as on their network, K-TFRN.