Something absolutely dire is going on and it is being kept very tightly under wraps by the federal government. Today, the Speaker of the Assembly in Kansas cancelled all activities of the Legislative body and directed all state legislators to board national Guard buses for a DHS Briefing on a military base!
According to sources, speaker Ron Ryckman has cancelled all afternoon committee meetings so lawmakers could be shuttled to Forbes Field inside the 190th Air Refueling Wing’s portion of the airfield.
A spokesperson for the Adjutant General's department says Adjutant General Maj. Gen. Lee Tafanelli presented the briefing at the request of Gov. Laura Kelly.
House members were ALLEGEDLY given "an overview of homeland security in Kansas" including information applicable to the security of the state and its citizens.
This description is not accurate. Sources in Kansas are saying the "briefing" was a "life-altering" event which "utterly horrified" attendees.
In fact, the subject matter was so dire, Kansas Deputy Attorney General Jay Scott Emler sent a letter to Speaker Ron Ryckman Tuesday saying that the DHS briefing should be given in a closed Party Caucus, one for Democrats, the other for Republicans. This way, no one had to comply with any Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) or Open Public Meetings disclosure requests! ! ! ! !
Reporters and staffers were not allowed on the buses.
The Kansas State Senate will get a similar briefing this Thursday.
A lid is clamped down so tight on this that it is VERY hard to get info. I am endeavoring to determine the facts and will report my findings on the air Wednesday, from 9:00-11:00 PM Eastern US time on radio stations WBCQ (7.490 & 5.130) and WRMI (9.455) and KYAH 540-AM. The show will be simulcast here on the net using the LISTEN ONLINE link in the menu button above.
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