By Ethan Huff
“Shortly after the antenna was installed, several members of my family, including my two young nieces, began experiencing health problems,” the family adds. “The shielding significantly reduced our exposure but it is still very high. I have been in contact with several members of my community that have also experienced health problems they attribute to the antennas.”
But it’s apparently now a digital “crime” to talk about any of this publicly, as YouTube quickly leapt into action to scrub the Davidson’s account once the Google-owned company caught wind of their grassroots, community-based “uprising” to stop these 5G small cell towers from blanketing their otherwise quiet and safe neighborhood.
YouTube also doesn’t like that the Davidsons are trying to raise awareness about the questionable permitting situation for these residential antennas, which appear to exceed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) limits for ground-level walking surface radiation exposure.
“There are hundreds of studies suggesting we will be harmed by these antennas,” the family warns, explaining how they’ve banded together with others in their neighborhood to get the existing antennas removed, as well as prevent any future ones from being installed.
“The World Health Organization has classified RF radiation as a possible carcinogen. We do not want to be subjected to this threat all day, every day, inside our own homes. It is abuse and it is not ok.”
With more than one million 5G small cell towers slated for installation across America over the next several years, the Davidsons are trying to rally as many troops as possible to help fight their implementation before it’s too late.