Feds Demanding Customer Lists – May or May Not Be True

A couple days ago, I posted a story that the Feds had gone to a Mormon Cannery facility in Tennessee and demanded lists of customers who had purchased storable food.

Here we are two days later and I can no longer tell if this story is true or not. At the time I posted it, it seemed very credible. But now, I don’t now.

If you try to research the subject on the net, you will find 50% of the people say the story is true, the other 50% say it’s bogus.

Everyone seems to have their secret source who works at a Mormon cannery and they claim to have the inside scoop. At this point, I can’t tell you one way or the other. You will just have to do your own research and make up your own mind. But, here’s how I feel about it.

If they Feds are wanting to see who is buying storable food, it wouldn’t discourage me from continuing to buy it. In fact, it would make me want to buy it that much faster.

If the Feds are not demanding lists, then I would still advocate that people buy emergency food, whether it is bulk staples, freeze dried food, or dehydrated food. And I would still continue to buy it myself.

Hope that helps.

 

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