FDA goes paramilitary, now revealed to own 390 pistols, 122 shotguns and 200,000 rounds of ammunition… while pushing toxic vaccines and deadly chemotherapy on children

Friday, January 18, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Vicki Batts
Friday, January 18, 2019

A recent report led by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has revealed that government groups like the IRS and the FDA are armed to teeth. All told, 20 federal agencies managed to spend at least $1.5 billion on munitions in just seven years. Now, many are wondering what the federal government plans on using all this artillery for — or perhaps more correctly, who they plan on using their weapons against.

Despite claims that these organizations exist to serve the people of the United States, the excessive armament of federal agencies is further proof that the administrative arm of the central government is growing too big for its britches. There are plenty of other red flags surrounding the continuously expanding power of federal agencies. Most notably, the “fourth branch” of government has been designed to operate outside the confines of the Constitution.

So, in addition to being heavily armed, federal agencies like the FDA have no one to answer to and no one to balance their assumed power. What could go wrong?

FDA is heavily armed, but for what?

As the new report by GAO shows, the FDA is currently in possession of 390 pistols, 122 shotguns and roughly 200,000 rounds of ammunition. See the full report in PDF form here.

That’s a lot of munitions for an agency that’s tasked with regulating food and drugs. As the FDA’s website explains, the agency’s primary mission is to ensure product safety, whether it be food, drugs, cosmetics or other products that fall under their umbrella. The agency is also responsible for their roles in promoting public health and safety.

Perhaps a bulletproof vest might be necessary if you plan on taking down a dirty olive oil kingpin or something — but even at that, there are questions as to if the FDA and similar agencies should even have the authority to arrest people themselves. Some pro-liberty experts have posited that regulatory agencies and the like shouldn’t even be performing their own arrests — especially if that kind of firepower is necessary.

Given that federal agencies are also now conducting more trials than our actual courts, you can see where “the fourth branch” is becoming an egregious problem.

Federal agencies are heavily armed. They have the power to arrest people, try them, fine them and send them to jail — and they make their own rules.

As one of the Founding Fathers, James Madison, stated:

“The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive and judiciary, in the same hands, whether of one, a few, or many … may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny.”

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