December 31, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
PHOENIX – She might be retired from political life, but former state senator Karen Johnson is not retired from being an activist. After serving in the House of Representatives for eight years and the senate for four, Johnson retired in 2008 to her home in Linden where she now has time to garden and become more active in issues that concern her.
One of these issues took her on a recent trip back to the state capital to try to bring the subject of chemtrails and geoengineering to her former colleagues, including Governor Jan Brewer and Senator Sylvia Allen who is from Snowflake.
Taking several people active in the chemtrail debate with her, Johnson visited the House, the Senate and Governor Brewer’s offices, dropping off packets that contain the DVD “What in the World are they spraying,” and articles and information on the subject.