January 13, 2010
In December of last year, DHS boss Janet Napolitano announced a government program with the participation of the slave goods trader Walmart to report terrorists and other miscreants.
“Everyone has a role to play in keeping themselves and their communities safe,” Walmart said following the release of DHS propaganda (see video below), “Walmart is proud to be the first national retailer to partner with Secretary Napolitano and the Department of Homeland Security in the ‘If you see something, say something’ campaign. We urge our customers and associates to join us.”
It looks like Walmart and its customers dropped the ball.
“Jared Lee Loughner was turned away at one Walmart location when he tried to buy bullets just hours before his shooting rampage in Tucson,” reports the Daily Beast. “He eventually went to another Walmart and successfully bought ammunition, according to sources close to the matter who spoke to The Wall Street Journal. No reason was given for the first Walmart rejecting him.”
Maybe the counter person in sporting goods at the first Walmart location took one look at the crazed Loughner (see his mugshot) and decided not to sell him the ammo. The second minimum wage drone was obviously not as perceptive or was not well indoctrinated in DHS fear-mongering.
See Something, Say Something is not really designed to ensnare terrorists or even gun-toting maniacs looking to harm the public – it is part of a larger propaganda campaign designed to steep us in 24/7 terrorist nonsense and acclimate us to the Stasi snoop state going into place at all levels of society.
It is part of the ongoing effort to trash the Bill of Rights and get us accustomed to ratting out our neighbors, accepting cancer-causing porno scanners, allowing government thugs to stick their hands down our pants, and in general acquiescing to a high-tech police state.