Fema Alert August 7th, 2019 NATIONWIDE What Should You Expect?

There’s no need to lunge for the storm shelter when those annoying screeches belt out on televisions and radios across the country at 2:20 PM EDT on August 7. It’s just a test. FEMA plans to conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System next Wednesday afternoon to ensure that the system is able to transmit emergency information across multiple forms of media within minutes of a catastrophe of national importance.

The Emergency Alert System is the successor of several previous alerting networks designed during the Cold War to allow the president to communicate with the country in the event of a catastrophe such as a nuclear strike. Thankfully, we’ve never encountered a situation that required the use of the Emergency Alert System on a nationwide scale. The system is mostly used today to transmit urgent local alerts, such as tornado warnings or AMBER Alerts.

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Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting: Multiple Victims In California

At least three people were killed in a shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in Northern California, authorities said Sunday night. There was no official indication that a suspect was in custody.

At least 11 people were transported to two hospitals in fair to critical condition after the shooting at one of the largest food festivals in the United States, said Joy Alexiou, a spokeswoman for the Santa Clara County Public Health System. Gilroy City Council member Dion Bracco and a law enforcement official familiar with the investigation have said that three people had been pronounced dead.

The San Francisco Division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said it was responding to the scene in Gilroy, about 30 miles southeast of San Jose. The festival was near the end of its third and final day when the gunshots were reported at about 5:30 p.m.

A witness, Julissa Contreras, said that she saw a white man in his early to mid-30s firing a rifle that was "able to shoot three to four shots a second."

"It was just rapid firing," she said. "I could see him shooting in just every direction. He wasn't aiming at anyone specifically. It was just left to right, right to left."

2 Nations Are PREPARING As The World Goes Into DARKNESS

In the face of Iran’s continued development of long-range missiles, Israel and the United States completed a series of tests of the long-range Arrow 3 ballistic missile defense system at the Pacific Spaceport Complex-Alaska (PSCA) in Kodiak, Alaska, which included the successful interception of an “enemy” target.

The series of tests over the course of 10 days saw three successful interceptions. It was the first time that such a test took place outside of Israel. The successful test was attended by Israel’s ambassador to the US, Ron Dermer.

Tight lipped Black Hawk Over D.C. Sleeper Cells Waiting For The GREEN LIGHT

With tensions between Iran and Britain escalating over the seizure of the Stena Impero tanker, British intelligence agencies "believe Iran has organized and funded sleeper terror cells across Europe including the U.K. and could green light attacks in response to a conflict in the Gulf."

The claims refer to Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shi'a group that has been designated as a terrorist organization—in whole or part—by much of the West. In June, the same newspaper reported that a devastating cache of explosives, linked to Hezbollah, had been discovered in London by security agencies back in 2015. The three tons of ammonium nitrate was "more than was used in the Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people." Hezbollah is sponsored by Iran, and back in 2015, the U.K. had just signed on to the Iranian nuclear deal. Nothing was made public at the time. Click To Read Full Article

Tight lipped Black Hawk Over D.C. Sleeper Cells Waiting For The GREEN LIGHT