Americans to receive cellphone alert from Trump in first national test

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CBS News: It’s the alert that – if it’s real – you won’t want to get again. For the first time ever Wednesday, Americans nationwide will receive an alert on their cellphones from President Trump. The test, scheduled for 2:18 p.m. ET, is the first test of a national presidential alert system that will let any president issue a warning about a crisis. That could include a missile launched by another country at the U.S. or a tsunami.

First on “CBS This Morning,” we got an inside look at the new system with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) officials ahead of the test.

“When those messages appear on mobile devices, people should take those extremely seriously,” FEMA’s Antwane Johnson told CBS News correspondent Anna Werner. “It has some direct impact on either life or safety.” more …

Opinion: Here is the announcement that is supposed to make us feel more secure:

“If we have something that’s of national significance, we can rapidly notify the American public of that event,” Johnson said.

Ok so far …

“It should be reserved for true situations, true emergencies when we need to get the public’s attention,” former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said, adding it is designed to be used very specifically – and rarely.

Still ok …

“This is something that should not be used for a political agenda,” Jeh Johnson said. That’s especially important because no one can opt out of these alerts, he said.

Uh oh.

Globalist/authoritarian government messaging could manipulate the thinking of a mostly uninformed godless public on a whole host of agendas:

  • Weather/environmental warnings
  • Free speech manipulation
  • Gun control for targeted groups
  • Dangers of religious agendas
  • Marshal law

4 COMMENTS

  1. “This is something that should not be used for a political agenda,” Jeh Johnson said. That’s especially important because no one can opt out of these alerts, he said.

    Of course it will be used for political purposes. Why? If there was something serious enough to warrant broadcasting a message from the President out of our telephones, then we’re all in deep caca. It’s like the Duck and Cover film clips we all watched. Nothing about the message was useful. It was created for political purposes only.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGbC-UAxPzk

    So if there’s something catastrophic about to happen, I say beam a little Skeeter Davis into our phones:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sonLd-32ns4

  2. So funny. Didn’t you know, Vason is this site’s resident comedian? Sad thing is he often gets too busy to post. I can’t believe that bus thing. Seriously? I hope they didn’t actually show that to any little kids. Nightmares for life. Yikes!

    Yes, and I always turn to Jeh, “Hey, Jeh!” if I want truth on any matter. Shesh!

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