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At CPAC, Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change asks Congressman Tim Huelscamp about the constitutionality of indefinite detention and his decision to vote against the NDAA. They also discuss Obama's Disposition Matrix (killl list), and the incredibly massive and clandestine ammunition purchases by DHS.
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"DHS is still refusing to answer our questions. We need to stop all their funding until they explain exactly why they're buying two billion rounds of ammo."
Their most recent purchase request is for ten million rounds of hollow point bullets, which are forbidden by international law for use in war, for a 40 caliber pistol, another ten million rounds for a 9 millimeter, plus 1.6 million pistol cartridge 9mm "ball" bullets. And that’s just this year.
Last March, DHS bought 450 million bullets and in September, another 200 million. That's in addition to the 1.6 billion rounds the government has recently ordered.
During the height of the Iraq War, U.S. soldiers used about five and a half million rounds of ammunition every month. If you do the math here, that means Homeland Security has enough bullets to wage a full scale war for the next 30 years. DHS says the bullets are needed for training, but Richard Mason is doubtful. "We never trained with hollow point bullets, we didn't even see hollow points my entire four and a half years in the Marine Corps. Why would they need all that ammo, why would the need all those ball rounds just for training?"
DHS also has purchased 7,000 fully automatic assault rifles, and it has overseen the retrofitting of more than 2,000 light tanks, which, of course, were originally designed to resist the mines and ambushes of the battlefield.