DHS Refuses to Answer Congress on 1.6 Billion Bullet Purchase

At CPAC, Luke Rudkowski interviewed Congressman Timothy Huelscamp on his decision to vote against the NDAA which was due to the unconstitutionality of the indefinite detention provision. They also discussed Obama’s Disposition Matrix and the large ammunition purchases made by the DHS.

Via WeAreChange


Luke Rudkowski is an independent journalist, activist, live streamer and founder of WeAreChange.org.

7 Comments on "DHS Refuses to Answer Congress on 1.6 Billion Bullet Purchase"

  1. emperorreagan | Mar 20, 2013 at 3:40 pm |

    Maybe they’re selling the bullets to Mexican drug cartels to fund top secret programs to give South American socialists cancer.

  2. emperorreagan | Mar 20, 2013 at 4:03 pm |

    Let’s put this in numbers we can all understand:

    If she made $15,670 at $63 per hour, she worked just shy of 250 hours last month.

    At $63 per hour and $0.28 per round for 0.40 caliber hand gun rounds, that’s 225 rounds per hour and around 56,250 rounds if one works 250 hours. It will only take her in the neighborhood of 2,370 years to get an ammo stockpile as impressive as what DHS has.

    • I love it, now you’re doing it too. Hate those guys!

      Why doesn’t anyone hack their website. Hint hint, nudge nudge, say no more, say no more…

  3. Well, this is a matter of National Security. Each individual bullet is a State secret! Even though we already know all about them.

    Someone needs to tell these guys… Oh, never mind.

  4. Maybe they are throwing a surprise party like they do in areas where they shoot bullets in the air.

  5. NotAThorn | Mar 21, 2013 at 2:03 pm |

    What a waste of money, if they aren’t at least matching it with equivalent purchases of No Hesitation targets.

  6. That’s because the answer is that they just like to blow money. The parking lot security guards at the Pentagon were put under DHS once it was formed. Within a month, they were driving a fleet of brand new BMW motorcycles.

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