The paranoid far right in Michigan — we have a whole lot of those types — is abuzz with breathless tales of vehicles allegedly belonging to the United Nations being driven to an army air base in Grayling “using secondary roads and traveling only at night.”
Using secondary roads and traveling only at night, truckers from more than a dozen four truck convoys have made their way from the west coast to Camp Grayling in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula where they unloaded their cargo: More than 100 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles – MRAPs.
This information was first brought to the attention of The Truth Is Viral by a high-ranking officer in Michigan’s Law Enforcement community., so its provenance is impeccable. This officer introduced TTiV Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Bobby Powell to a truck driver, a mutual friend, with direct knowledge of these convoys. According to the truck driver interviewed in this episode of The Truth Is Viral, the MRAPs delivered to Camp Grayling – long suspected of being a major FEMA camp – were clearly marked with United Nations insignia.
The truck driver says that these MRAPs are parked in a gravel parking lot on the southeast side of Camp Grayling along a secondary road, and not on the base itself.
ZOMG! The UN is taking over! FEMA concentration camps! For the paranoid right, every day is Groundhog Day. The UN has been on the verge of taking over the United States from the day it was created. Remember those infamous road signs that supposedly had markings on the back to show the UN troops (of which they have none, by the way) where to go when they took over? And those Chinese troops massing on the Mexican border? That their dystopic predictions never actually come true is always lost on them. We’ve always been at war with Oceania — and the UN.
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