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In late December 2010, Ermey used a Toys for Tots rally to criticize the Obama administration's economic policies, stating that it was difficult to raise money for the charity because the "economy sucks" and went on to say:
"We should all rise up, and we should stop this administration from what they're doing because they're destroying this country. They’re driving us into bankruptcy so that they can impose socialism on us, and that’s exactly what they’re doing, and I’m sick and damn tired of it and I know you are too."
Ermey subsequently apologized on his website
Dugway says lockdown caused by 'serious mishandling' of nerve agent
DUGWAY -- Using phrases such as "administrative error," "a serious mishandling of our agents" and "unfortunate oversight," the U.S. Army Thursday said a 13-hour lockdown at Dugway Proving Ground was prompted by an internal error.
A mislabeled one milliliter vial of the nerve agent VX, or less than 1/4 teaspoon, that could not be found during a routine inventory check resulted in the base being locked down from approximately 5:25 p.m. Wednesday until 7 a.m. Thursday.
Originally posted by AutOmatIc
I am however quite skeptical of this "Informant" though, and have only been taking the information with a grain of salt. It is my opinion that he/she is either a really good troll who knows how to look stuff up on the interwebz (data mining) and can invent amazing Tom Clancy-esque fiction, a Psyops disinfo spook, or used to be in the Intelligence community and knows a few things about how it works and uses this knowledge to have fun with ppl...take your pick.
Originally posted by kismetphayze
Originally posted by theartistchick
I am honestly a little shocked at the way it panned out though. I'm an article writer who likes to do some investigative research when I get intrigued by an interesting story.
I almost choked the next morning though when I saw it WAS VX nerve gas that was missing. So many of these conspiracies go no where.... and this one did....
I know what you mean....even when I believe something is true, I'm still a little shocked when it actually manifests.
Originally posted by DogsDogsDogs
Has this been posted? It is news to me. Note the date and time.
"Dangerous material" found in a Summit County, Ohio home. Story posted just after midnight on January 26.
Originally posted by jadedANDcynical
What time was she allowed to leave in the overall scheme of things?
Was it before or after the missing VX was found?
Once a base is in lockdown, especially a real one not a drill, what does it take to have someone allowed to leave?
Did anyone actually see the ambulance leave? The helicopter?
Are there any firsthand reports from this woman or her family?
Originally posted by UtahRosebud
Ok... I see no one has uncovered anything related to the "pregnant woman" that I referred to when I was typing out what the live news was reporting at the time. So I did some digging and this is the only thing I can find on the internet that actually mentions her.
It's anyones guess if it's true or not... but hey, I found it!
Which eliminates the thinking that I was losing my mind. Which is entirely possible ... however just not related to this. LOL
Pregnant Woman - Link To Article
Last paragraph of the article:
According to a report from the Tooele County Sheriff’s Office, a pregnant woman who began having complications was allowed to leave the post during the lockdown. She was taken by ambulance to a rendezvous point near I-80 and Skull Valley Road at about 10 p.m. to meet a helicopter, which took her to a Salt Lake City-area hospital.