DHS And FEMA Mobilize Ahead Of Imminent Declaration Of Martial Law

One of many FEMA camps being setup with the aid of the United Nations.
One of many FEMA camps being setup with the aid of the United Nations.

Washington, D.C. — Tragedy continues to strike our country. Police brutality, civilians shooting police and mass shootings to name a few. This has all been adding up to imminent Martial Law.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have announced that they are mobilizing their assets ahead of the President’s planned declaration of Martial Law, which is likely to occur towards the end of his presidency. DHS has begun placing officers all around the country, organizing at locations where weapons and vehicles have already been strategically placed. They have begun placing their prisoner train transport cars in large metropolitan areas.

Western Region DHS Supervisor Dale Moran spoke with Gish Gallop regarding the deployment.

“Pretty much we just need to watch out for the rednecks, they are the wild cards,” said Moran. “Everyone else will fall in line, we control the food, water etc…where else are they gonna go?”

FEMA has begun mobilizing regional personnel to open their camps that have been built in secret over the last few Obama years. The DHS will provide security for the FEMA camps and the United Nations will provide security forces.

FEMA spokesperson Amy Wright spoke to Gish Gallop off the record.

“Well the camps are one way you are free to enter but cannot leave, but they are NOT prison camps,” exclaimed Mr. Wright. “We will all have to work as a collective to make these camps function after the violence is quelled. We will resettle civilians in designated areas.”

There has been no word from the White House when the Martial Law declaration will be made or if elections will be suspended, as most officials speculate they will be.

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