Obama Is Going To Use More Executive Action! This Is The Coming Of The New World Order


Obama and his pen!

This pen and this idiot, are seriously the worst thing that has ever happened to this country. Obama is now going to use more executive action to not only change laws on immigration, but also to override the decision by the Supreme Court on the Hobby Lobby decision! This is yet again outrageous, while all of this is going on, there is a chance that this is a distraction for him signing the gun confiscation bill. That is always still in the cards, because he is feeling the heat from all sides. Obama knows he is going down soon, so what does a narrsasistic person do, bring the whole country to a stop before he goes down! Watch as a war unfolds in our country in the coming weeks if not days. As he has said recently he is prepared to act unilaterally on gun confiscation modeling the Australian style gun grab. Hold on tight, the rides getting bumpy! For more information please watch the video below :





According to Washington Post the towns and counties that have recently acquired an MRAP are as follows:

  • Lyon County, Nev(population: 51,000)
  • Watertown, Conn. (population 22,000)
  • Walla Walla, Wash. (population: 32,000)
  • Michigan City, Ind. (population: 31,000)
  • Mason City, Iowa (population: 28,000)
  • Madison, Ind. (population 12,000)
  • Willimantic, Conn. (population: 18,000)
  • Cape Girardeau, Mo. (population: 39,000)
  • Story County, Iowa (population: 91,000)
  • Manteca, Calif. (population: 71,000)
  • Jasper County, Iowa (population: 36,000)
  • Justice, Ill. (population: 13,000)
  • Dodge County, Wis. (population: 88,000)
  • Roanoke Rapids, N.C. (population: 16,000)
  • Nampa, Idaho (population: 83,900)
  • Merrillville, Ind. (population: 35,600)
  • St. Cloud, Minn. (population: 66,000)
  • Warren County, N.Y. (population: 65,500)
  • North Augusta, S.C. (population: 22,000)
  • Eureka, Calif. (population 27,000)
  • Bastrop, Texas (population 75,000)

Here is another list of towns reported by Washington Post readers:

  • Guthrie, Okla. (population: 10,600)
  • Franklin County, Maine (population 30,630)
  • Fort Pierce, Fla. (population 42,600)
  • Door County, Wis. (population: 27,800)
  • Brunswick, Maine (population: 22,000)
  • Texarkana, Tex. (population: 37,200)
  • Yreka, Calif. (population: 7,679)
  • Oxford County, Maine (population: 57,500)
  • Baker City, Ore. (population: 9,800)
  • Sanford, Maine (population 20,800)
  • Joplin, Mo. (population: 49,500)
  • South Portland, Maine (population: 25,000)
  • Hamburg, N.Y. (population: 57,000)
  • Washington, Iowa (population: 7,300)
  • High Springs, Fla. (population: 5,400)
  • Old Orchard Beach, Maine (population: 8,900)
  • South Lake Tahoe, Calif. (population: 21,400)
  • Preston, Idaho (population 5,100)
  • High Springs, Fla. (population 5,494)
  • Gardena, Calif. (population: 59,500)
  • Stillwater, Okla. (population: 46,600)
  • Chickasaw, Ala. (population: 6,000)
  • Alamosa County, Colo. (population: 16,100)

(This list is NOT exhaustive there are many more. Furthermore it does not include the MRAPS in big cities.)





Source : beforeitsnews.com

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