A nearby farmer has raised concerns about the launch of the ‘MyID’ emergency service in East Palestine just one week before the recent train derailment in Ohio.
The farmer, who lives nine miles from the incident, contacted The Gateway Pundit to draw attention to the increasing number of unusual coincidences related to the event. “MyID” reportedly includes biometric surveillance. The Norfolk Southern incident has wrecked havoc to the health of citizens throughout Ohio and western Pennsylvania.
In October 2022, local news encouraged the residents of East Palestine to sign up for the new biometric tracking device. MyID provides first responders with updates on a person’s health conditions in the event of a “major disaster.” Bob Moore, a 70-year-old farmer and longtime resident of the area, initially ignored the advice.
Moore explained, “It was exactly a week before the derailment happened. The people were asked to go to the local fire department in downtown East Palestine to get that MyID.”
“They began monitoring your physical activity, your heart rate, your respiration, anything you might be exposed to.” Moore continued, “I see this as the kind of censor you would put on an astronaut or on an athlete that you wanted to track to see how he’d react to stress or being winded, or in this instance chemical exposure. It’s a monitoring device.”
Back in October, the local news said “MyID works by taking a camera phone and pointing it at a QR code. It provides valuable medical information such as allergies, breathing difficulties or any other medical condition so you get proper treatment and care.”
“East Palestine is known as ‘The Place to Be.’ It’s way ahead of the curve on a program to provide better treatment for anyone in the event of an emergency. We learned how it works and how it could help everyone in East Palestine,” WKBN reported.
“There are a few options for My ID. A bracelet, key fob, necklace or attachment on your watch band. You can choose the one which fits your lifestyle best. That’s entirely up to you. Orders will start in January.”
One of the local police officers said, “My goal is to have 100% of our residents and the citizens we serve in the township to have one of these and be working with them to make sure that we can treat them There’s a 3 year plan to get My ID going across the village, and make it available to all 4,700 residents.”
The introduction of a new digital surveillance program left Moore shocked, and he was also disturbed by the possibility that residents of his town would again be used as test subjects, following the implementation of compulsory vaccine mandates across the country.
“I completely ignored it. But the way the media played it up — it was like East Palestine was a test town that they volunteered to be part of. That they were chosen and were going to implement it right after Jan 23. I do find it odd. I find it a coincidence that we are having coincidences pile up around here,” Moore finished.
Coincidence or not, it is extremely weird timing to say the least.