NORTH JERSEY -- Residents are wondering who built an enormous tent city, complete with guards, fencing, and gates, at an old General Motors plant site.
In the tent city, there are water trucks, vehicles for taking showers, and what looks like a ton of raw materials for more building.
A nearby resident of the plant had spoken to several of the guards, who swore it was a project of FEMA - the acronym for the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Some nearby residents who were keeping a close vigil on the tents were suspicious that it might be one of the FEMA camps of urban legend. That is, a camp set up to house rounded up mutinious American citizens in the event martial law was declared.
One person also claimed that they saw black helicopters flying around the site, which is near Linden Airport.
Originally posted by gladtobehere
Some Residents Worry About a FEMA Camp Being Set Up in Linden
Forget about restoring power, gas and food.
Last time I checked, FEMA didn't stand for a utility company, that is the utility companie's job, and I am sure they are working as fast as possible.
FEMA provides shelter, water and food, the basic necessities of life.
Better that FEMA, another useless bureaucracy, spend our money on yet another "pet" project.
What pet project? A shelter? Think those are pretty useful for disasters.
With the American people being the pets!
Dont worry, the fences and guards are for your "protection".
Dont know which is worse, yet another FEMA camp or Staten Island's idea of "help"
Sarcasm only works when you know what you are talking about.