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Station KTVK-TV in Phoenix, AZ, reports that for the second consecutive night training operations have been underway in the skies over the city.
Anchor man Fields Moseley says that the Phoenix Police Department verified that they are supporting the Department of Defense training around the city.
The reporter Karen Brown, standing outside near buildings, portraying the typical “on the scene” report says that people have been calling, wondering why these blacked-out helicopters are flying all over the city. The anchor woman, Carey Pena, tells us that Brown is about to give us some answers. She doesn’t say anything regarding how believable or truthful those answers are, but they are answers.
Yeah no, that's not creepy!
Seriously! Are they really so sure of themselves now, that they just do this right in front of us!
This can only be bad, so, so bad!
MSM reporting Military maneuvers?
That in itself tells me that whatever they are suggesting is NOT what is really happening.
For whatever reason the MSM is lining up a public response and that will never be in our best interests. In other words...whatever the report...look deeper.
I guess it's not what you see that should worry you...it's what you don't!
Still pretty brazen in my opinion!
I get so sick of these sensationalist posts and videos with dramatic music saying "OMG it's a helicopter, it's martial law!!!!"
Proclamation of Martial Law: On September 21, 1972, President Ferdinand E. Marcos placed the Philippines under Martial Law. The declaration issued under Proclamation 1081 suspended the civil rights and imposed military authority in the country.
On August 31, 2005, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin declared martial law in the city and reassigned 1,500 New Orleans police officers from search-and-rescue missions to halt widespread looting. This declaration of martial law was only one of a number of extraordinary steps taken by Nagin in an attempt to adequately counteract the catastrophic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina—including the forced removals of residents from their homes and the allocation of $60 billion in disaster relief from the US Congress. The aftermath of Hurricane Katrina created numerous issues for civic authorities to address, including an overhaul of the city's criminal justice system.
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Do you know what it would take to declare Martial Law across the entire US? A lot more than we have in the military right now. You might see it in a city, but across the US? No way, short of an alien invasion.