Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Napolitano See Something, Say Something Nets Results at Wal-Mart

Suspects nabbed at Wal-Mart

 Janet Napolitano  recently announced the expansion of the Department’s national “If You See Something, Say Something” campaign to hundreds of Wal-Mart stores across the country—launching a new partnership between DHS and Wal-Mart to help the American public play an active role in ensuring the safety and security of our nation.  

The response was far beyond expectations as Homeland Security phone lines were overwhelmed with over 125,000 reports of strange and suspicious shoppers in Wal-Mart's across the country.   Raids netted tens of thousands of suspicious people dressed in bizarre clothing.  While none of the suspects is alleged to have explosives, officials fear it is a major dry run by terrorists planning to use Wal-Mart Shoppers in the next wave of attacks.

Wal-Mart officials did not comment on reports that approximately 28% of their customer base was arrested in the raids.

Homeland security officials are excited about the raids and feel they have dealt a significant setback to AL Qaeda.

Plans are underway to add scanners to all Wal-Mart stores.  The program will not result in any increase of federal employees as Wal-Mart Greeters will be trained in scanning and pat down techniques.

Link to original article: http://drudgereport.com/flash2n.htm


Jay West said...

This is not funny! They arrested me while shopping!

Mark Time said...

Don't complain...at least you got a ride home.

Liberal Dem said...

The one in the Cowboy Hat and heels - looks from behind mysteriously like someone I know Mr Time

RR said...

I'm getting confused. Your prior blog was about "don't ask" and "don't tell". Now you're blogging "see" and "tell". I don't know whether to ask, not to ask, don't tell or tell!! I need your help.

Mark Time said...

I'm sure there will be further guidelines that prohibit hearing and seeing any gay soldiers in Wal-Mart stores.

Anonymous said...

WERE there ANY illegal aliens in Wal-Mart? Oh, wait, that is MOST of their customer base.