Homeland Security Conducts “Top Secret” July 4 Drill

Commentary by:  Gordon King

Remember what happened the last two times the government had terrorism drills?!  The Boston Marathon Bombing.  Government officials with bomb sniffing dogs patrolling the area just before the bomb went off.  Santa Monica Terrorist Shooting.  Government officials having a full scale “war” operation in the streets of Los Angeles, just one day before a terrorist went on a shooting rampage at a Santa Monica College, killing several college students.  I’m just saying!  Be prepared for the worst.  I smell something brewing, and it smells a lot like FISH!  Don’t be surprised if something horrific happens today.  Maybe another “False Flag” event?  That would give the government even more reason to institute tighter regulation and control over us.

Cops in riot gear to patrol transport hubs

Paul Joseph Watson
July 4, 2013

The Department of Homeland Security is conducting a “top secret” drill codenamed ‘Operation Independence’ across the United States today, during which officers in riot gear as well as undercover agents will patrol transport hubs.

According to a report by KTTV, the exercise is a “full scale terrorism drill” taking place nationwide. In Los Angeles, the drill involves the LA County Sheriff’s Department, Homeland Security and TSA agents, as well as plain clothed officers who will be, “working undercover, looking like any other passenger, they scour faces, briefcases and backpacks, looking for anything out of the ordinary.”

Officials claim the drills are to make the public feel “safe” in light of claims that the alleged Boston Bombers had planned a July 4 terror attack in New York.

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At least six killed, three injured near Santa Monica College minutes after President Obama’s motorcade passed by

The California college has been placed on lockdown, and the reportedly wounded suspect was found in the school’s library and is now in custody. The Secret Service said that the shooting did not impact the President’s travel schedule.

 	Police officers stand next to a body near an entrance to Santa Monica College, Friday, June 7, 2013, in Santa Monica, Calif., following a shooting incident in the area.

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Police officers Friday stand next to the body of a man believed to be the suspect in a fatal shooting on and off the Santa Monica College campus.

Nine people have been shot, at least seven fatally, near Caifornia’s Santa Monica College on Friday.

It was a chaotic scene that kept the seaside town on edge for hours as police tracked down the gunman through a residential neighborhood and shot him dead on crowded college campus.

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