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The Scenario, as predicted, continues: The DHS and a Civilian National Security Force

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This is, as predicted, the next step:

Thankfully, some of those in our government “appear” to be paying attention to DHS in a realistic manner, especially if what is said about a National Security force is true. Or has it already been created in the TSA. After all they have their military style uniforms.

Is this something else?

I had predicted that Congress would express outrage over the DHS’s purchases of ammo. They would then cut off the funds. This is from US Senator Inhofe from Oklahoma:

Inhofe, Lucas Introduce Bill Limiting Federal Agencies From Stockpiling Ammunition

Friday, April 26, 2013

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) and Congressman Frank Lucas (R-OK-3) today introduced in their respective chambers the Ammunition Management for More Obtainability (AMMO) Act of 2013. The legislation would require the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to conduct a report on the purchasing of ammunition by federal agencies, except the Department of Defense, and its effect on the supply of ammunition available to the public. The AMMO Act would restrict agencies from obtaining additional ammunition for a six-month period if current agency stockpiles are higher than its monthly averages prior to the Obama Administration.  

I would support such a law restricting ammo surpluses, but why did we develop the need for such a law.

Here is an interesting video from NDN, the News Distribution Network:



Here is a USNews article:

DHS Denies Ammo Purchases Aimed at Civilians



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