(MassPrivateI) Earlier this month, Utah lawmakers passed HB155 which would make it illegal to have a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.05%. A 0.05% BAC translates into only one or two alcoholic drinks!
Since 2013, the NTSB has claimed that impairment begins after having one drink.
NTSB lies about drunk driving, claims its a national epidemic
In 2013, NTSB Chairman Deborah Hersman lied about drunk driving, claiming it’s a national epidemic
The NTSB claims, that people who’ve had one, two or three drinks (0.05-0.79% BAC) are seven times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash. At approximately one minute into the video the NTSB calls a “0.05 BAC a preventive measure.”
Ask yourselves, if lowering the BAC to 0.05% is a “preventative measure” and not scientifically proven, why are they doing it?
Drunk and drugged driving is at its lowest EVER
Two years ago, I wrote an article revealing how the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) admitted that drunk and drugged driving is on the decline.
A 2016 article in USA Today revealed, there’s been a significant decrease in drunk and drugged driving…
If drunk driving is on the decline, then that means the NTSB has been lying to the public for years.
Breathalyzers are notoriously inaccurate
Three months ago, I wrote an article about a million dollar breathalyzer that the FTC described as “deceptive and dangerous.” And this past December, a man was charged for DUI despite having a 0.00% BAC In 2010 a Pennsylvania judge claimed the Intoxilyzer 5000EN was inaccurate and the state of Maine was forced to replace them. A Google search for “inaccurate Breathalyzers” returned 64,00 hits.
Inaccurate Breathalyzers aren’t the only issue…
According to Statistic Brain.com 1.5 million Americans are arrested for DUI each year. The Fed’s, Police, MADD, and the NTSB don’t want the public to see any of the 170,000+ source codes that Breathalyzers use.
For years, Breathalyzer companies have claimed that independent examination of their source code is a trade secret, and disclosing it would financially destroy them.
You can’t make this crap up.
Breathalyzer companies claim. they have to keep their source codes a secret because of the “highly competitive commercial environment” in which they operate. CNN asks, “Should computers with secret methods of operation be used to convict Americans accused of drunk driving?” (A Google search for “breathalyzer software codes are a secret” returned close to 1.5 million hits.)
What they’re really saying is, we don’t care that millions of Americans have been falsely arrested. All we care about is protecting our PROFITS!
The public is being deceived, lowering the BAC isn’t about safety. It’s about keeping DUI revenues flowing to state and corporate coffers.