Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
This article makes you feel all warm and fuzzy all over doesn’t it? I love to see redactions on that which is not classified.
Indeed I’m up for eating cake
Seriously who the hell are we and why do we need to know about this. Shouldn’t we just be silent and go about eating our cake?
Could I possibly make myself anymore clear if I told you Janet “Off the Planet,” Napolitano was dumber than two boxes of hammers?
It’s true, Google it…..
Controversy surrounding arms build-up grows
By Paul Joseph Watson
Amidst continuing controversy over the Department of Homeland Security’s purchase of large quantities of guns and ammunition, the federal agency is getting more secretive about its activity by censoring information about a no-bid contract with Remington for firearms parts.
Despite the fact that documents pertaining to government activity are only supposed to be redacted for national security reasons or if authorized by Congress, a new entry posted on the FedBizOpps website pertaining to the DHS’ plans for a $1.5 million contract with firearms manufacturer Remington contains numerous blacked-out sections.
The document is an explanation of why the DHS has entered into a contract on a basis “other than full and open competition,” in other words a no bid contract.
The contract with Remington Arms Company for firearms replacement parts is set to run for five years at a cost not to exceed $1.5 million dollars.
The first censored portion of the document blacks out the precise year by year amount in dollars that the DHS plans to purchase from Remington.
The second censored section blacks out the number of Remington firearms that have been serviced and maintained by the ICE National Firearms and Tactical Training Unit (NFTTU).
The third censored section relates to how the Remington firearms are distributed at state and local levels.
The fourth censored section pertains to the government’s reluctance to purchase a “complete firearms replacement system,” instead of using Remington firearms.
This isn’t the first time the DHS has redacted information related to firearms or bullet purchases.