DHS preparing for alarming possibility of riots November 1st

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Walmart shoppers riot over waffle irons in 2011.
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Fox Business Network’s Neil Cavuto recently reported on such an alarming scenario that the Department of Homeland Security has spent $80 million preparing to counter.

According to Cavuto, DHS has ramped up security at federal buildings across the country, including in New York City, to prepare for potential Greece-like riots this Friday, Nov. 1.

Why?

Cuts in food stamp benefits go into effect, and the federal government is truly concerned about a wave of violence from citizens “whose entitlements are threatened.”

Nigel Innis from Teaparty.net joined Cavuto to discuss the ramifications of what happens when a society so dependent on entitlements eventually finds those benefits curbed.

Recalling the recent gluttonous shopping frenzy at two Louisiana Walmart stores during the Electronic Benefit Transfer card outrage, riots by angry, entitlement-dependent people may very well result in what Cavuto called “All hell breaks loose day.”

Related: Walmart defends gluttonous shopping spree during EBT card glitch

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EBT card system down in 17 states, chaos ensues

Watch the full discussion here via YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9iHYec8eFg

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