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Oath Keepers has learned that federal agents recently visited a Later Day Saints (Mormon) Church food storage cannery in Tennessee, demanding customer lists, wanting to know the identity of Americans who are purchasing food storage from the Mormons.
This incident was confirmed by Oath Keepers Tennessee Chapter President, Rand Cardwell. Here is Rand’s report:
“A fellow veteran contacted me concerning a new and disturbing development. He had been utilizing a Mormon cannery near his home to purchase bulk food supplies. The man that manages the facility related to him that federal agents had visited the facility and demanded a list of individuals that had been purchasing bulk food. The manager informed the agents that the facility kept no such records and that all transactions were conducted on a cash-and-carry basis. The agents pressed for any record of personal checks, credit card transactions, etc., but the manager could provide no such record. The agents appeared to become very agitated and after several minutes of questioning finally left with no information. I contacted the manager and personally confirmed this information.
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reply to post by Vitchilo
Remember what Rand Paul said about a week ago :
According to a recent procedural ammendment (Defense and terrorism)these signs were ones of a terrorist. Some Senators did not read the contents and just signed it.Rand Paul,the son of Ron Paul, who is a candidate for president in 2012, read it and brought it to another vote since the wording was alarming.These would be signs are now removed from that ammendment thanks to Rand Paul.
Missing Fingers on Hand
The wording in this government document was mentioning the absence of fingers from a person's hand. Now how profiling is that observation? Of what substance could this ( missing fingers) be to even label a terrorist? Many young children have accidents in their childhood that create a missing finger on a hand.
More Than 7 Days Stored Food
Anyone who would be found to have a store of more than 7 days of food stored could be considered a terrorist. Why would this even be considered bad. Most Mormon friends of mine have 1 years worth of stored food, so guess they are in this category.If you have a pantry or shelves in your home, I am willing to bet you have a 7 day supply of food too. It might not be your selected meals for those days, but the fact that a terrorist has 7 days supply of food is just plain wrong. Fortunately Rand Paul made that ammendment change for all American citizens.
Guns take ammunition to be able to be used for the purpose an individual has those weapons. It was mentioned in this ammendment that someone who was found to have ammunition could be considered a terrorist. Possession of reloading equipment was another red flag to label someone a terrorist. Tools that had any relation to ammunition were terrorist like points too.
Any person who owns one or more guns is put into a category of suspicion. If you own more than one gun you are looked at even more closely. The Constitution says you can own guns, but some government people are trying very hard to remove every gun from any gun owner.
Actions of Concern
Suspected people are thrown into a group called terrorists. These accused individuals can be shipped off to Cuba for an indefinite period of time. No trial is given with a judge, no attorney present with jurors. All you need to do is have some action that someone reports as SUSPECT. Do you wonder who considers what an area of concern?
Originally posted by TXRabbit
Maybe this simply has less to do with "roundup-lists" and more to do with the cannery not having a retail license to sell goods? It did mention that the folks were buying the food from this warehouse, correct?
Originally posted by Shadowalker
reply to post by TXRabbit
Wrong. Federal agents dont check for business licenses and they have them.