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Tuesday, October 2, 2012
For once and for all, could we kill the whole "FEMA Camps" notion?
Popular Mechanics, of all organizations, finally did what I was hoping someone, anyone would. They put together a seemingly complete list of claims and actual facts on what people say are "FEMA Camps" this President and his administration are creating, in which they can put us, the American people:
The Evidence: Debunking FEMA Camp Myths
Earlier this week, PM editor-in-chief James Meigs appeared on Glenn Beck's FOX news program twice to debunk conspiracy theories regarding supposed "concentration camps" being built by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. But PM's research went beyond what could fit in the short segments. Below are more details regarding some of the most prevalent claims, and facts, uncovered through PM's independent investigation.
I get so tired of hearing people claim these are being built.
Thank you, Popular Mechanics, for doing what so desperately needed to be done here.
Not that the "true believers" will believe the facts, mind you, but at least you tried and in the meantime, now we have some facts and information to go against this nonsense.