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Is FEMA Trying To Issue A Not-So-Subtle Warning?


I am not a big believer in coincidences; sure, they happen, but they’re exceptions, never the rule.

Ever since Joe Biden usurped the White House the threat of nuclear war has proliferated many times over. When President Trump was in office the only time we heard the word nuclear was from neurotic liberals…

Today the word is casually thrown around in the global arena—what a difference 2 years makes.

I can safely say that the threat of nuclear war was never imminent in my life until this current administration took over…I guess they need to turn everything into rubble before building back better.

To add to the heightened pressure, a FEMA map of potential nuclear targets inside the United States has begun to recirculate on the internet.

Is someone inside the government, or the disaster relief agency itself, trying to issue a subtle, yet not-so-subtle warning to the public?

The timing couldn’t be any more suspect, given that a CCP spy balloon just made its way across the entire continental U.S. before finally being shot down.

A spy balloon that we now know was carrying communications monitoring equipment…Here’s the current FEMA potential nuclear targets map:

Daily Mail writes:

While heavily populated cities like New York and Los Angeles may seem like the most likely US targets, there are other, more strategic targets in states such as Montana or North Dakota to wipe out the US’s retaliatory forces.

The map shows potential targets in every state, with dense clusters along the eastern seaboard and in California. Particularly large clusters are also highlighted in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, and Wyoming.

Active nuclear power plants are large targets. There are around 90 active nuclear plants in the United States, including plants in Alabama, Arizona, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.


Details on the purpose of the recently downed CCP spy balloon were provided by The Epoch Times:

“High resolution imagery from U-2 flybys revealed that the high-altitude balloon was capable of conducting signals intelligence collection operations,” an official with the State Department, speaking on condition of anonymity, told The Epoch Times.

“The high altitude balloon’s equipment was clearly for intelligence surveillance and inconsistent with the equipment onboard weather balloons.

It had multiple antennas to include an array likely capable of collecting and geo-locating communications. It was equipped with solar panels large enough to produce the requisite power to operate multiple active intelligence collection sensors,” the official added.


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