(Shocking Videos of terror in MO schools)
(BeforeIt’sNews ) – New Bloomfield, Missouri is a small town in Missouri, about 10 minutes from the capitol city. The population of this town as of 2011, was estimated at 670 people. These “drills” being held in the schools or on school buses, as I reported previously, seem to leading to something bigger. With these drills and the video games that the children are being sold, this regime is readying our children for the police state.
Only, the regime cloaks it in “terror”. Some strange, scary terrorist, Hell bent of causing harm. I am reporting this to show there is this sort of movement all of the country. The ‘authorities” are preparing us for something BIG.
(Gov Rag Editorial Comment – Is it preparing for something BIG or is it to keep the manufactured fear and terror tactics going to continue the destruction of the country? Are these drills to keep the federal funding coming and set-up our schools in the next phase of the police state? )
New Bloomfield Police Chief Chris Hammann, above, plays the role of an armed intruder firing blank shots during a simulated attack Tuesday at the New Bloomfield High School. Photo by Don Norfleet.
Shots echoed through the hallways of New Bloomfield High School on Tuesday during a simulated attack on the school by two heavily armed intruders. It marked the second year of such training at the school in the wake of shooting tragedies in schools around the nation. Tuesday’s exercise was conducted jointly by the New Bloomfield Police Department and the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office. Playing the role of the two armed intruders who fired blank shots during the simulation were New Bloomfield Police Chief Chris Hammann and Sgt. Shannon Jeffries of the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office. New Bloomfield Superintendent David Tramel said the exercise was helpful to teachers who have learned how to react if they spot an intruder with a weapon who poses a threat to teachers and students. The training exercise was conducted with teachers before the start of the school year this week. No students were involved in Tuesday’s exercise.