Does Uncle Sam Want Your Storage Food?

Kurt Nimmo of posted an article yesterday called Fed Interest in Food Storage Facility Connected to FEMA Executive Order 10999. It raises such an important issue that I pushed back what I had planned to post here today.

Stewart Rhodes of Oath Keepers reports that a fellow veteran from Tennessee contacted him to say that federal agents visited a Mormon cannery where he buys bulk food supplies.

The facility’s manager reported to the veteran that the agents demanded to see a list of individuals who had purchased food there. He told the agent there was no such thing, since business was cash and carry.

Why would government agents be looking for such a list? They’re telling us to be prepared, aren’t they? Are they just making sure we’re doing that? Do they want us to have 72-hour kits and no more so there’s plenty of food and preps to go around for everybody?

Or is something more sinister afoot?

Could DHS and FEMA be making plans to confiscate storage food one day??

According to Kurt Nimmo’s article, federal executive orders are in place to do just that. Of course, there has to be the declaration of a national emergency in which the government believes such action is warranted.

Or does there?

Is this nothing more than alarmist hype?

What do you think? How will this affect your prepping? Will you stop buying storage food? Or are you motivated to buy even more?

Will this news change the way you buy and store your preps? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.