Jake Tapper


Published On May 28, 2013 | By james |

Anyone that has been paying attention to the mainstream media coverage of last weekend’s global March Against Monsanto quickly realized that, well, there wasn’t much.

That changed today when CNN’s Jake Tapper did a full segment on Monsanto, pointing out that it is the company that first produced Agent Orange for the Vietnam War which was used to “defoliate forests” and also caused “disastrous health effects” for those that came in contact with it.

Pointing out that the company is under now fire for it’s genetically modified and patented seeds that resist it’s own chemicals, Tapper correctly pointed out that Monsanto is also being scrutinized and vilified for it’s “legislative muscle:”

“In the past few days, Monsanto and bio-tech firms have defeated efforts to allow labeling for genetically modified products, and to strip away special protections for that industry. And over the weekend, millions marched against Monsanto…”

This movement is NOT over!

Click HERE to learn more from Monsanto Boycott.

Click HERE to see The World According To Monsanto (full movie)

Click HERE to see Food Inc., Monsanto (full episode)

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  • Perky Green

    I wish I could donate to many of these causes but alas I’am widowed living on an afixed income and needless to say every cent counts. My question is If Monsanto is so proud of its accomplishments why are they so afraid to list the contents of their products? Really, I can’t see the rub, it couldn’t be cost. No there is something more to this, there just has to be The American consumer pays for all he consumes he has every right to know exactly what he is in fact consuming.

  • James Stone

    If Monsanto really believes the GMO foods they offer cause no harm, why have they spent millions of dollars trying to avoid even labeling such foods?

  • Phillip Marsh

    Amazing how many senators that Monsanto has BOUGHT!