Why do federal agencies need a billion rounds of ammo?

For Gestapo tactics like this…

We are the federal government. We can do what we want when we want and there is nothing you can do about it.

How do these fascists sleep at night?

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18 Responses to Why do federal agencies need a billion rounds of ammo?

  1. James says:

    Donate to the Republican Party?
    Get your business raided.
    The attacking agents are flown in from out of state.
    This solves the accountability problem of abusing people in your own community.

  2. James says:

    Businesses will have to change business procedures.
    Encryption of records. Records kept at remote secure sites.
    Inventory management to minimize confiscation loss.
    Hidden cameras with offsite data collection to record abuses.
    Instructions to employees and their rights during the attack.
    Likely the agents are graded on amount of confiscated material.
    Don’t have anything to take.

    There’s going to have to be training classes for businesses to survive this problem.

  3. TN-Cat says:

    Gibson, a local company, I have been trying to follow. I had no idea these dame tactics were so prevalent. This is not America. These are the same tactics China uses.

  4. Z says:

    Has anyone seen any of this on any media news outlet?

    • Z says:

      I mean – has anyone seen this reported by any news outlet.

      • Z says:

        Have any formal charges been made against anyone at the water bottling plant, or the other businesses?

        • TN-Cat says:

          Yes. Gibson brought in unfinished wood. It would have been ok if India workers finished the frets. But since American workers did the work it was bad.

          The government now owns some expensive kindling.

  5. Uke says:

    Damn. Feels like some straight up Soviet bullshit. Or mafia bullshit. Or Chicago bullshit.

    But I repeat myself.

  6. Greg B says:

    Closer & closer.

  7. notamobster says:

    Not surprising in the least, that our govt is comprised of petty tyrants. That there so good at keeping it quiet is shocking!

    • DocO says:

      There not good at keeping it silent, a criminally ignorant class of “journalists” is to blame. We let the “progressives” take over the academic realm and know we are reaping the rewards. Each year the journalism programs put out progressive hacks rather than informed journalists. If we had a remotely objective press this kind of abuse would be front page news every frickin’ day!!!!

  8. Tony says:

    It is odd to me that the local media would carry the story below about recalled water from The Mountain Pure Water Company but omit any reports concerning this raid. I cannot find anything on the raid when I search the webpages for local media.


  9. Jim22 says:

    I wonder what these officers would do if one of the employees or owners just got up and calmly walked out. Do you think they are prepared to shoot someone for exercising their constitutionally protected rights?

    I also think that the instances of the US government buying up billions of rounds of ammunition has a more insidious back side. Many of the companies awarded contracts to supply ammo are shells, set up days before the sale and shut down days afterward. They have no offices.

    What this appears to be is a way to take money out of the US treasury and send it somewhere else. I wonder where it’s going.

    Here is an example. Evian corporation.


    • BigJimTX says:

      If they are shell corporations, do you think there was anything actually purchased or do you think that the money could be transferred while reporting the purchase of an item that has no feasible way to track or inventory? Who would know the difference between 3 billion rounds of ammo and 1 billion rounds of ammo? Who inventories this stuff? Where is it stored? This seems more like a money laundering operation than a large-scale ammo purchase.

      On the same note, recently the US citizens have been buying ammo in droves. How much ammo came off the shelf recently? What has that done to supply? If the US govt bought 1 billion rounds of ammo, don’t you think we would have noticed a decrease in supply when those purchases were made? We didn’t. Why? Possibly because there was no ammo.

  10. notamobster says:

    Some of it may be shell purchases.

    Most of these RFQ’s are for longer term manufacturing sales (not OTC purchases).