What Was DHS Doing In Sandy Hook? False Flag Two Years In The Making Or Department Of Homeland Security Fail?
Before It’s News – by Live Free or Die
What was DHS doing in Sandy Hook, CT, in the years prior to the recent Shady Hook shooting? According to the Department of Homeland Security’s website in Connecticut, Sandy Hook residents took part in specialized Department of Homeland Security HSEEP training drills over the two years prior to the mass shootings last Friday. Check out the location of these drills in Sandy Hook in the first video below, only hundreds of feet away from the Shady Hook Elementary school; was this truly a ‘false flag’ two years in the making? Anyone who has been paying any attention to this knows, nothing adds up.
If this wasn’t a false flag, then this was another disastrous DHS program. What are the chances of a shooting of this scale occurring only hundreds of feet away from where a Department of Homeland Security ‘training’ course was recently held, or is this the new ‘par for the course’? With this Departments ‘Security’ programs ‘working’ like the one trained for by residents of Sandy Hook, the DHS has shown once again they are completely useless. What a failure of security. Unless, of course, that was the point of these DHS drills…
By the way, KelliInTheRaw in the 2nd vid below from YouTube makes a great point, HSEEP or SHEEP? With Americans continuing to sleep soundly and the Shady Hook DHS failure or false flag, it’s quite apparent that the latter is what the DHS puppet masters had in mind.
The Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) is a capabilities and performance-based exercise program that provides a standardized methodology and terminology for exercise design, development, conduct, evaluation, and improvement planning.
The Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) constitutes a national standard for all exercises. Through exercises, the National Exercise Program supports organizations to achieve objective assessments of their capabilities so that strengths and areas for improvement are identified, corrected, and shared as appropriate prior to a real incident. To learn more about the HSEEP program, click on the About HSEEP tab above.
The HSEEP is maintained by the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Preparedness Directorate, Department of Homeland Security.**BREAKING NEWS** SANDY HOOK Fire Department Trained By HOMELAND SECURIT...: http://youtu.be/KEUE5XsChlg via @youtube
SANDY HOOK CT FALSE FLAG - 2 YEARS IN THE MAKING.: http://youtu.be/9TgQyVZIQqk via @youtube