Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Congressman Asking DHS Why Buy Hollow Point Bullets





(Infowars) New Jersey Congressman Leonard Lance (R) has demanded an explanation from Secretary Janet Napolitano as to why the Department of Homeland Security is buying huge amounts of bullets.
Asked about the federal agency’s purchase of over 1.6 billion rounds of ammunition over the past year – enough to wage a 20 year plus war – as well as thousands of armored vehicles – Lance called on Congress to get involved.
The AP report regurgitated claims by the federal agency that the bullets were bought in bulk to save money and were for training purposes only.
However, as former Marine Richard Mason told reporters with WHPTV News in Pennsylvania last week, hollow point bullets (which make up the majority of the DHS purchases) are not used for training because they are more expensive than standard firing range rounds.

Finally, someone is actually investigating why Department of Homeland Security is buying hollow point bullets. It is obvious that DHS is up to no good. Hollow points are not used for training. Why waste a perfectly good and expensive bullet on the target range? The government is getting prepared for an all out war with the American public.