Ok, first I write on this blog about false flag operations involving the DHS according to a DHS whistleblower. Then I write about ther DHS along with the National Weather Service soliciting for deadly ammunition, only to find out that the ammo is standard issude for the law enforcement arm of the NOAA's Fishery Division. This is an email that I received from the NOAA after I called them inquiring into the purchase of the ammo:
Agents and officers are required to have 200 rounds in his or her duty bag, and twice-a-year firearm qualification and training calls for agents to use another 500-600 rounds. In addition, firearms instructors with more than one pistol may need more rounds in a year. In 2011, the guidance was that each agent and officer would need 700 rounds per year to meet these requirements.
Now I find out that according to CNSNews:
SSA posted a ‘Request for Quote for Ammunition’ on the FedBizOps.gov website on Aug. 7. The request listed the commodity that SSA desired as ‘.357 Sig 125 grain bonded jacketed hollow point pistol ammunition.’ The quantity listed was ‘174 TH.’
According to CNSNews, the SSA explained the bullets were for its special agents, and SSA has 295 special agents who work in 66 offices across the United States.
Im starting to think that this administration is attempting tp buy up ammunition so that there will be less ammunition for for Americans, who by the way are buying guns at a furious pace in advance of the 2012 elections. Why is the question I am asking for both situations: Why buy guns at a record pace, and why does the SSA need hollow points to be specific?
According to CNSNews, the agency did not answer its question about “why it needed 174,000 bullets and if that quantity was customary or had increased from previous orders.”