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Illinois Community Chases FEMA out of Town…… With Guns
« on: November 22, 2013, 01:59:06 PM »
by: Steven Ahle
Glenn Beck reports a story of an Illinois community that decided they did not need FEMA.  Without naming the community (who will soon be audited by the IRS) Beck relates how , when FEMA trucks made their way down the street and into a church parking lot, the local citizens told them to leave. demonstrating  an air of self reliance not found anymore.

Three members of the Beck Charity, Mercury One were present to witness the scene.  People were actually carrying guns to make sure FEMA left.
“When the trucks came, the people actually met those trucks in the streets with guns and said, ‘Turn your federal trucks around. We don’t need you here, we don’t want you here. We are a community that takes care of ourselves,’” Beck said. “And they actually turned the trucks around and sent them back home to Washington.”

“We have three Mercury employees that witnessed it.  FEMA trucks come rolling down the road … they come into one of these church parking lots, and the church and the people meet them at the parking lot and say, ‘Turn your trucks around. We don’t want you here.’”

Beck said the FEMA representatives said they were there “to help,” but the individuals responded with something along the lines of: “We got it covered. Our community has come together. We have it covered. Go find someplace else. Turn your trucks around. We don’t need you here. That’s our job.”

Glenn Beck’s charity, Mercury One was on the scene supplying water and other essentials for the tornado victims in Illinois.

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Re: Illinois Community Chases FEMA out of Town…… With Guns
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2013, 02:20:02 PM »
Good for them!!  It must have been a community with a low number of African Americans, though. :pondering:
« Last Edit: November 22, 2013, 02:22:11 PM by rangerrebew »
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