Obama’s Department of Homeland Security has reportedly issued an open purchase order for 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition, despite the fact that they have offered absolutely no explanation for this.
“Paramilblogger” Ken Jorgustin first dropped this bombshell in his blog a few years ago:
“[T]he Department of Homeland Security is apparently taking delivery (apparently through the Marine Corps Systems Command, Quantico VA, via the manufacturer – Navistar Defense LLC) of an undetermined number of the recently retrofitted 2,717 ‘Mine Resistant Protected’ MaxxPro MRAP vehicles for service on the streets of the United States.”
These MRAP’s ARE BEING SEEN ON U.S. STREETS all across America by verified observers with photos, videos, and descriptions.”
Regardless of the exact number of MRAP’s being delivered to DHS (and evidently some to POLICE via DHS, as has been observed), why would they need such over-the-top vehicles on U.S. streets to withstand IEDs, mine blasts, and 50 caliber hits to bullet-proof glass? In a war zone… yes, definitely. Let’s protect our men and women. On the streets of America… ?”
“They all have gun ports… Gun Ports? In the theater of war, yes. On the streets of America…?
Seriously, why would DHS need such a vehicle on our streets?”
Clearly, Obama has something very deadly up his sleeve. According to Forbes, a DHS spokesman justified this insane purchase by saying it will “help the government get a low price for a big purchase.”
“The training center and others like it run by the Homeland Security Department use as many as 15 million rounds every year, mostly on shooting ranges and in training exercises,” said Peggy Dixon, spokeswoman for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
With Obama scheduled to leave office next year, various reports have said that the president is planning to “go out with a bang” by starting World War III. Perhaps this purchase is Obama trying to prep his forces for the inevitable war he is about to create…
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