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Title: 76 Non-Military, Non-Law Enforcement Federal Agencies Stockpile Weaponry
Post by: wolfbait on April 18, 2021, 09:41:35 PM
76 Non-Military, Non-Law Enforcement Federal Agencies Stockpile Weaponry

https://thepoliticalinsider.com/76-non-military-non-law-enforcement-federal-agencies-stockpile-weaponry/?utm_campaign=TPI04182021SUNBRICYMI&utm_source=criticalimpact&utm_medium=email&utm_content=ee9b451d00c2dc7da6473c7b9fa19141&source=TPICI
Title: Re: 76 Non-Military, Non-Law Enforcement Federal Agencies Stockpile Weaponry
Post by: bigtex on April 18, 2021, 11:20:03 PM
76 Non-Military, Non-Law Enforcement Federal Agencies Stockpile Weaponry

https://thepoliticalinsider.com/76-non-military-non-law-enforcement-federal-agencies-stockpile-weaponry/?utm_campaign=TPI04182021SUNBRICYMI&utm_source=criticalimpact&utm_medium=email&utm_content=ee9b451d00c2dc7da6473c7b9fa19141&source=TPICI
What is a "non-law enforcement" federal agency? That is a term that you wolfbait use, not the actual report. Some of those 76 agencies include the US Fish and Wildlife Service (federal game wardens), the National Park Service (National Park Rangers), Bureau of Indian Affairs (tribal cops), NOAA (federal fisheries enforcement), and APHIS (federal wildlife control operators/trappers.)

Just about each federal agency/department has their own Office of Inspector General (OIG) who investigates fraud, waste, and other crimes associated with that agency. Those OIG employees are federal LEOs, LEOs have guns....

Many federal agencies also have personnel that protect their agency buildings, their titles say "police" but they are more geared towards security. This is why there is such a thing as the US Mint Police, US Postal Service Police, Veterans Affairs Police.
Title: Re: 76 Non-Military, Non-Law Enforcement Federal Agencies Stockpile Weaponry
Post by: Scruffy on April 19, 2021, 02:15:56 AM
After reading the PDF that the link referenced I agree some agencies require the weapons and ammunition purchased since they do have L.E. but there are a few I think should not be purchasing weapons and ammo, especially some of the stuff they are purchasing other than weapons and ammo.  It seems other agencies such as the FBI or local Sheriff would be the L.E. for some of these listed agencies.  Just what are they prepping for?  If Biden wants to control us he should be limiting these agencies also.  He are some from the list with a few of the amounts spent that I don't' agree with:

https://www.openthebooks.com/assets/1/6/Militarization_Report_v5.pdf

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION $14,849,804
OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR ADMINISTRATION (ASA) $11,512,250
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE $8,697,142
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY $7,839,990
ANIMAL & PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE $3,900,483
U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS CIVIL PROGRAM
DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY $536,335
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION $449,825
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS & SPACE ADMINISTRATION
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
BUREAU OF INDUSTRY & SECURITY
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICE $124,686
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
IMMEDIATE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR GLOBAL MEDIA, BBG
RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD $50,088
BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
FOOD SAFETY & INSPECTION SERVICE $29,520
FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY
US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE
USDA, OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION
ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR NUCLEAR ENERGY
USDA, OFFICE OF OPERATIONS
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY $18,375
USDA, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE $5,213
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
Title: Re: 76 Non-Military, Non-Law Enforcement Federal Agencies Stockpile Weaponry
Post by: wolfbait on April 19, 2021, 05:49:17 AM
76 Non-Military, Non-Law Enforcement Federal Agencies Stockpile Weaponry

https://thepoliticalinsider.com/76-non-military-non-law-enforcement-federal-agencies-stockpile-weaponry/?utm_campaign=TPI04182021SUNBRICYMI&utm_source=criticalimpact&utm_medium=email&utm_content=ee9b451d00c2dc7da6473c7b9fa19141&source=TPICI
What is a "non-law enforcement" federal agency? That is a term that you wolfbait use, not the actual report. Some of those 76 agencies include the US Fish and Wildlife Service (federal game wardens), the National Park Service (National Park Rangers), Bureau of Indian Affairs (tribal cops), NOAA (federal fisheries enforcement), and APHIS (federal wildlife control operators/trappers.)

Just about each federal agency/department has their own Office of Inspector General (OIG) who investigates fraud, waste, and other crimes associated with that agency. Those OIG employees are federal LEOs, LEOs have guns....

Many federal agencies also have personnel that protect their agency buildings, their titles say "police" but they are more geared towards security. This is why there is such a thing as the US Mint Police, US Postal Service Police, Veterans Affairs Police.

"What is a "non-law enforcement" federal agency? That is a term that you wolfbait use, not the actual report"

Really Big tex.... https://thepoliticalinsider.com/76-non-military-non-law-enforcement-federal-agencies-stockpile-weaponry/?utm_campaign=TPI04182021SUNBRICYMI&utm_source=criticalimpact&utm_medium=email&utm_content=ee9b451d00c2dc7da6473c7b9fa19141&source=TPICI