Almost a dozen personnel at the Marine Corps headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, are receiving medical care as a result of a chemical attack Tuesday. Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall was evacuated after a letter containing a suspicious white substance was opened, causing at least 11 of the people to suffer nose bleeds and report "burning sensations."
Just received this statement from a Marine official at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall about suspicious letter the cause more than a dozen military members to get sick. @JBMHH pic.twitter.com/zqGCEWQkyw
— Q McCray (@ABC7Q) February 27, 2018
So, there has just been a chemical attack against an American military base which made at least 11 people sick ... and no one is reporting on this?
"I'm sorry, how is this not front page of every single cable news network?" wondered chief researcher Jason Buttrill who joined Doc and Jeffy on today's "The Morning Blaze."
Watch the video clip above to get a detailed account of the chemical attack.