(Natural News) To help accelerate the implementation of the New World Order's deep state 5G control grid, the Department of Justice (DOJ) recently gave the green light for Sprint and T-Mobile to finally merge, which will create the largest wireless carrier in the United States.
Ending a more than year-long antitrust battle, the DOJ has agreed to allow the merger, under the condition that the new Sprint/T-Mobile hybrid corporation sells "a host of assets" to the satellite company Dish, which reports indicate will be required to build a 5G network for the new wireless carrier as part of the deal.
In the eyes of the DOJ, requiring Dish to build a 5G network somehow eliminates all antitrust concerns that people might have had, even though the company has been sitting on valuable spectrum for several years now that both Sprint and T-Mobile desperately want.
In addition to purchasing a portfolio of spectrum that Sprint has similarly been sitting on, Dish will reportedly also gain access to Sprint's prepaid business, as well as the entire T-Mobile network for the next seven years.
"With this merger and accompanying divestiture, we are expanding output significantly by ensuring large amounts of currently unused or underused spectrum are made available to American consumers in the form of high quality 5G networks," admitted Makan Delrahim, the DOJ's antitrust chief.
President Trump seems thrilled, as he wants 5G, "and even 6G," installed across the U.S. "as soon as possible"
Not everyone is happy with the DOJ's decision, including the attorneys general of a handful of states that recently filed their own antitrust lawsuits, aiming to block the $26 billion merger. At least five other states, however, have expressed support for the DOJ's decision.
In the end, the deal will save Sprint from bankruptcy. But it will also facilitate a total 5G takeover of America, ensuring that every neighborhood in the country gets blanketed with health-destroying 5G "small cell" towers.
Once all is said and done, this new mega-carrier is expected to have some 120 million customers, making it the newest, largest wireless carrier in the country, which will help facilitate the fastest possible implementation of 5G across these 50 formerly-free, no-longer-united states.
President Trump will probably be thrilled, however, as he stated earlier this year that he's excited to see 5G, "and even 6G," installed all across the country "as soon as possible."
"American companies must step up their efforts, or get left behind," Trump is quoted as saying. "There is no reason that we should be lagging behind on something that is so obviously the future."