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(US) FEMA Training Texas Police For Mass Arrests

Texas US – Reports have surfaced stating that Texas police are currently undergoing training, provided by FEMA officials, on how to best deal with civil unrest across the state.

Infowars.com reported that FEMA officials have been conducting extensive 3 day training programs for the Texas police force, comprising of 15 different departments. Core training and drills are being centred around dealing with mass civil unrest. The drills include baton training, riot control formations and making mass arrests.

We can see 3 reasons why a police force would prepare for such an event as ‘mass civil arrest’.

  1. Presidential elections: Rigged vote counts, costing Donald Trump the presidency.
  2. War: An attack on US soil, disrupting communications, food supplies and medication.
  3. Natural Disaster: An event that would cause mass panic and the need for someone in authority to be held accountable.

Or, all 3.

Speculation aside, this sounds an alarm that officials are preparing for something that may effect ‘the masses’ and cause unrest. We will have to wait and see.

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EXTREME Weather ALERT- Houston, US

“If your home or apartment takes in water, DO NOT LEAVE. You are safer inside your home. Straying into deep or fast moving flood waters means certain death.”

Heavy rain inundated the Houston area with as much as 10 inches of rainfall in just six hours and triggered flash flooding early Monday.

Jeff Lindner, a meteorologist with the Harris County Flood Control District, said that
 “significant widespread flooding” was reported northwest of Houston.
He added that a total of between 12 and 16 inches of rainfall was expected in the area by daybreak. In a tweet, he warned of a “life-threatening situation” due to flash flooding developing in northwest Harris County.
“Stay where you are,” Lindner added.
Authorities confirmed early Monday that 5-10 inches of rainfall dropped in six hours in Harris County and neighboring Waller County. Rosie Torres, a spokeswoman for the Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, said high water rescues had occurred but the number was not immediately clear.
“The situation is pretty serious,” Torres added.
Houston storm
Torres’ agency advised residents to “stay home and off the roads.” In a statement, it added:
“If your home or apartment takes in water, DO NOT LEAVE. You are safer inside your home. Straying into deep or fast moving flood waters means certain death.”
Michael Walter, a spokesman for the Houston Office of Emergency Management, said early Monday that “tremendous rainfall” had been reported over western parts of the city. Videos and images posted online showed cars stranded in flooding and hail in Houston.
Houston storm 2
The Weather Channel warned that “heavy rain and thunderstorms remain a threat from eastern Texas northward to the Dakotas,” adding that “scattered severe thunderstorms may develop in southern Texas through Monday night” with “damaging wind gusts, hail and isolated tornadoes” all being possible. Source: RSOE