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Twenty thousand?

21 Jan

Law Enforcement Preps For Second Presidential Inauguration

Twenty thousand law enforcement officers are planning the logistical behemoth of keeping the Kenyan and his wife secure during the upcoming inauguration.  This is going to make one of his vaunted vacations appear cheap.

Compounding the chatter surrounding the inauguration are the Kenyan’s recent proposals to reduce gun violence. Volume among the fringe right is as high today as it was immediately after the tragedy in Newtown, CT, Berger said. The real concern, he said, is that protesters will flow into the city in the hopes of setting off a confrontation with law enforcement. Berger described the feeling among the far right-wing internet communities as akin to a “powder-keg poised to go off.”  Should the weekend pass without seeing that influx though, Berger predicted that the communities he monitors will calm down until the passage of any firearms legislation in Congress.

The possibility is still out there that a new threat may arise to the President along the same vein as the possible threat that arose during the last Inaugural.  In 2009, law enforcement officials were reported to be tracking down leads of a potential threat from the Somalia-based jihadi group al-Shabaab.  While that threat was never corroborated and clearly never came to pass, the intelligence community remains high alert.

At least one event scheduled for this weekend shows the potential for getting the far right further riled. Media Matters for America reported on Friday that the “Gun Appreciation Day” event due to take place on Saturday in protest of the Kenyan’s gun proposals is being sponsored in part by a white nationalist group called American Third Position.  Groups like American Third Position were the subject of a recent study by the Combating Terrorism Center highlighting the threat that fringe right-wing groups pose to the United States.

These fools really are afraid of the American citizen!  It’s not the radical monkey worshipers in Benghazi (they didn’t even bother to move on that one), but American born taxpayers that scare the shit out of them.  Do they really think the government pays their salaries?  If anything does happen, it will be the Kenyan’s favored people that will cause the havoc.  Not citizens.  If The People ever do decide to move, it won’t be a sneaky, cowardly, act.

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5 Comments

Posted by on January 21, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

5 responses to “Twenty thousand?

  1. Wildflower

    January 21, 2013 at 4:56 am

    hey at least he is getting to be a popular target at the rifle range

     
    • Soffitrat

      January 21, 2013 at 8:45 pm

      He’s done the same thing for the target industry as he has for the gun industry. We will never give up our rights to bear arms. He will learn this. Question is, will it be the easy way or the hard way?

       
      • Wildflower

        January 22, 2013 at 3:03 am

        it be the hard way especially when dealing with those whom speak lies

         
  2. Dannyboy53

    January 22, 2013 at 3:44 am

    It is my firm belief we have been pushed too far for the “easy way” to work anymore. The regime gives us no other option.

    Whatever.

     
    • Soffitrat

      January 22, 2013 at 9:49 pm

      I agree. It’s past time for the workers to stop paying all taxes. They should just begin to quit paying, start taking. Just like the black boys and girls do with their little flash mobs. It’s time to stop this insanity and get on with killing the unproductive and those who have brought us to this point.

       

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