Apparently Rep. John Haller is reviewing a bill being voted on. H.R 8791 (Homeland Terrorism Preparedness Bill)
Pay close attention to what is said between 55 and 114 seconds of video. Very strange classified spewing, classified flesh eating, Air Force to be used to combat classified because of their enormous size and other worldly strength.
WHO ARE THEY TALKING ABOUT AND WHAT DOES THIS MEAN??????
Someone please show some proof that this has been doctored, if not it changes a lot of my thoughts on survival plans.
Congress shall now vote for approval of HR 8791, the Homeland Terrorism Preparedness Bill, as said bill requests emergency response funding up to and including ... I'm sorry, this section is classified ... dollars to prepare for a national level terrorist attack and/or attack from CLASSIFIED. Funding for first responder personnel and vehicles would be doubled if said attack leads to more than 80% of national population being affected by CLASSIFIED. This funding shall commence with the first attack on CLASSIFIED or the first large-scale outbreak of CLASSIFIED, dependent upon which comes first. Civilian and military units shall be trained in containment and combat of CLASSIFIED including irradiated CLASSIFIED with possibility of CLASSIFIED airborne CLASSIFIED flesh-eating CLASSIFIED, and/or all of the above in such event as CLASSIFIED spewing CLASSIFIED escape, are released, or otherwise become uncontrollable.
Air Force units may also be directed to combat said CLASSIFIED due to their enormous size and other-worldly strengths. Should event occur in urban areas ... Jesus, that's ... that's CLASSIFIED ... far surpassing our darkest nightmares. Should casualties exceed CLASSIFIED body disposal actions shall be halted and associated resources shall be reallocated to CLASSIFIED underground CLASSIFIED protected birthing centers. A new Bill of Rights shall be drafted and approved by CLASSIFIED.
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