February 15, 2011, - 3:35 pm
A top Customs and Border Protection said, in a television interview, that the agency has found Weapons of Mass Destruction a/k/a “Weapons of Mass Effect” on Cargo Ships in San Diego. Now Homeland Security officials are saying the man was “nervous” and “misspoke.” PUH-LEEZE. Watch the video, below, of Al Hallor, Assistant Port Director for San Diego for CBP. Doesn’t sound nervous to me. He sounds like he is very careful in what he’s saying, and I’m sure we don’t know the half of it. So, who sent the WMD, what happened to them, and what happened to the personnel on the cargo ship? We’ll probably never know, and I’d bet this isn’t the first or only time they’ve been found arriving on U.S. soil in the last several years. Why is the Department of Homeland Security trying to cover this up? Information is power. That’s why. So what is the powerful information they don’t want us to know?
Now, watch how Homeland Security responds . . .
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