Racist Water Plagued a Dallas Community, Now Science Will Save Them
Po’ up another drank.
Apparently delivering water is becoming a problem in our country.
America is quickly transitioning from a global empire into Gay Third World Communism.
SANDBRANCH, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — Most people take running water for granted, not thinking twice when they turn on their faucets. But one small Dallas County community has been without drinkable water for decades.
Now, thanks to new technology, things are finally changing.
Sandbranch is a community rich with history. Founded by freed slaves in 1878, this freedman's settlement was flourishing.
"It was thriving, kids were playing in the street," said Phyllis Gage who owns a house in Sandbranch.
But today, it feels stuck in the past. Residents said that because there's no trash service, they have to burn their garbage.
Burning your trash is pretty based, I guess.
Even worse, there's no running water.
The Trinity River flows through this town and they have no running water. This is a pretty remarkable achievement, as even the ancients were able to deliver running water when they lived on the banks of a river.
Sandbranch has been slow-news-day racism fodder for journalists for years.
Like a $2 hooker it’s been ran through by all the usual suspects.
The media says the well water is “contaminated,” which is very vague.
But this guy who is from Sandbranch says it’s all good in the hood.
Whatever the case, the homies ain’t got no water.
But just when you think it ain’t finna do, they done did it.
Byrd wanted to do something to help this community, so she partnered with several organizations including Source Global to provide hydropanels to help provide water to residents.
Hydropanels, which are large and sit outside of a house, run on solar power. Two are needed to work.
"The hydropanels are run by internal fans and extract water from the atmosphere," explained Byrd.
They are costly—about $8,000 each—so they're looking at fundraising options for the 100 or so residents who live here.
"The technology is there, we just have to tap into those resources," added Byrd.
It’s funny, not long ago they were saying they didn’t want anything for free.
Now they want dozens of $8,000 plastic rectangles with fans inside them, and for some reason you need to buy two of them to get the water.
The panels look disgusting, and the manufacturer claims they will last 15 years and produce about 1.3 gallons of water per day. A human needs about a gallon of water per day to live normally. (That is for drinking only, by the way.)
So for two plastic rectangles that cost $16,000, one could expect 7,100 gallons of water over 15 years, which comes out to $2.25 a gallon.
If a 32-pack of bottled water is $6, that is approximately 4.25 gallons, which comes to $1.41 a gallon.
This is real, big brained science here. But many people are saying that science is worth paying 60% more than bottled water, and 56,000% more than tap water.
The spec sheets for these boondoggle panels say they need to use heat from the sun to work.
Another interesting note is that Sandbranch appears to be adjacent to a City of Dallas wastewater treatment plant, and I’m pretty sure Dallas Utilities has running water.
The levy goes right up to the town’s border!
You can zoom in and see there is a pump station just a few hundred feet away from houses in Sandbranch.
Obviously this plastic panel isn’t going to deliver much water. But understand, those in control of America don’t want you to use more than a gallon of water a day.
They want you to own nothing and be happy, to eat ze bugs, and for your kids to be transsexuals at best, preferably homosexual or some kind of asexual alien.
Water, which literally falls from the sky, is another obsession of leftists and globalist control freaks. They want to dedicate all kinds of resources to social engineering to brow beating you to take shorter showers, as well as weird grifts like these plastic panels. Now they’re adding “racism” on top of the whole water issue.
Why not just increase supply?
China is trying to increase supply the old fashioned way.
Never fall for “water shortage” gimmicks.
Dey jus finna be tryna Great Reset yo ass wit these fake ass water panels.