Where you aware that recently, ambulances across America started carrying anti-nerve agent kits in them? Yes, the kind that you inject in someone who’s suffered a nerve agent attack. Nerve agents as in biological/chemical warfare!
The specific type is known as DuoDote, and if it’s not injected pretty close to immediately after an attack, the victim has no chance at life.
The online watchdog group, Operation Jade Helm And Beyond recently received this message from a man who is in charge of stocking ambulances in the U.S.:
I found something new in all the local ambulances in my county. I do all the repairs and maintenance on the fleet so I am in them daily. They have one epipen on them for bee allergies, now added to the supplies are a 12 pack of duodote. Duodote is an auto injector for NERVE AGENTS, not one or two TWELVE IN EACH AMBULANCE! Please do not post my name on your page.
I got some of them for me and mine, with no regrets…
Another guy at work got freaked out when I brought it to his attention. What is so suspicious about it is 12 in each truck, and one epipen in each truck. I’m sure bee allergies are far more common than nerve agents? As I stated before, I’m in these units daily, for 3 years now, I know what is in them and these Duodote injectors are new and unsettling…
You can Google search “who decides what ambulances are stocked with” big surprise it’s FEMA….
We did follow up research and found that FEMA does indeed, call the shots on what goes in the ambulances. You can see our source by clicking on this blue sentence.
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