Not content with bullets, U.S. Dept of Agriculture now buys submachine guns

Why?

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The United States of America has a formidable military — still the most powerful in the world — to protect us against foreign enemies and invasions.

Every town or city in the United States of America has a police force that’s increasingly armed to the teeth with military-grade weapons, to protect citizens from criminals. (See “Obama regime supplies military-grade arms to police”)

So why are civilian bureaucracies in the executive branch of the federal government arming themselves to the teeth with millions of rounds of bullets, battle rifles, assault weapons, and armored trucks? (Scroll to the end of this post for examples.)

This disturbing trend began more than 4 years ago when news came that the Dept of Education had bought shotguns.

Two years ago, the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) purchased 300,000 rounds of ammo. Now comes news that the USDA is graduating to submachine guns! 

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