Obama Just Made a Very Disturbing Purchase


December 18, 2014 5:26pm PST

The Obama Administration has been soliciting “emergency preparedness” kits. The are currently awaiting bids from several companies. What is particularly alarming is that the government is acquiring the survival essentials for banks – not for the military, Homeland Security, the FBI or FEMA.

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The survival kits are being purchased for every major bank in the U.S., including Bank of America, American Express Bank, BMO Financial Corp., Capitol One Financial Corporation, Citigroup, Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Company, and Wells Fargo. The following list details the items the government is currently looking for a contractor to provide:

• 2400-calorie food bar (minimum 5-year shelf life)
• 3-pack 8.5 oz. water (minimum 5-year shelf life)
• 50 water purification tablets (minimum 5-year shelf life)
• Reusable solar blanket 52” x 84”
• Dust mask
• One-size fits all poncho with hood
• 12 hr. light stick
• 1 pair of latex gloves
• Whistle with lanyard
• 33 piece personal first aid kit
• 5 Wet Naps
• Dynamo rechargeable lantern with AM/FM radio
• Air-Aid emergency mask

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Why do you think the Obama Administration is making this disturbing purchase? Share this report if you think it’s suspicious.

H/T: Western Journalism


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