Hurricane Harvey Residents Were Taken To FEMA Camp At Walmart

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Hurricane Harvey residents report being sent to FEMA camps in Walmart stores

Hurricane Harvey victims trapped in flood waters were taken to a FEMA camp in Walmart in the northern part of Houston, eyewitnesses claim.

According to residents, some of the people trapped in their homes were extracted by rescuers and put into the back of large vans and helicopters and then taken away to the FEMA camp, where they await being bussed to more permanent shelter locations.

This confirms reports over the last couple of years that Walmart were colluding with FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security to build secret camps across the country.

In 2015, Walmart stores in Pico Rivera, California, Livingston, Texas, Midland, Brandon, Florida, and Oklahoma closed – speaking fears that they were building FEMA detention facilities in preparation for future natural disasters and wars.

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