Things seem to be getting VERY weird here in the United States of late.
Earlier, the US Department of Homeland Security issued a statement warning Americans of an Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP) attack -- their SECOND WARNING in two months! (Story Here) Now, the Los Angeles City Emergency Management Office is tweeting about making sure you have CASH . . .
because "ATM's and credit card readers won't always be available."
Here's the tweet:
Keep some cash on hand in case of emergencies. ATMs and credit card readers will not always be available. Cash can help pay for immediate expenses like lodging, food and gas. Reminder: Keep bills in small denominations of $1, $5 and $10. #BeReady pic.twitter.com/C19IHsDNQR— LA City Emergency Management Department (@ReadyLA) September 5, 2020
It seems to many people that folks in government KNOW what's coming, and they're dropping hints as often as they can warning people to prepare.
Here is a source for suggested preps -- CLICK HERE
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