(USA) – As discord continues to brew among US citizens over the unsettled government shutdown, National Report has received word that the Obama administration has taken steps to prepare for an inevitable nationwide catastrophe. Several thousand Russian troops have been deployed to the US to aid in imposing martial law during the event that disharmony over the uncertain situation reaches fever pitch.
As the shutdown trudges on with no clear end in sight, welfare recipients and other dependents living on the taxpayers dole grow progressively more anxious over the potential elimination of government aid programs and EBT cuts. Obama claims to be expecting a “worst-case scenario” and believes martial law will be needed to restore order to the masses.
Obama reportedly made arrangements with Russian leader Vladimir Putin last month to employ Russian military as “back up” in the instance that American servicemen became overwhelmed with the uprising.
America faces a calamitous blow to its already tentative infrastructure if the government continues with their suspension.
They are anticipating riots throughout all major cities in the nation. All local business will be at a risk for looting and vandalism. Gangs will emerge to take advantage of the emerging power vacuum and will further oppress and intimidate frightened, law abiding citizens. Ultimately, the government is taking steps to prevent the inevitable civil war which will likely unfold if the shutdown grinds on.
American soldiers are expected to work together with the Russians as they round up any potential troublemakers and shipping them off to the strategically placed FEMA camps around the country.
The Russian soldiers reportedly arrived Friday at an undisclosed American army base. They have since been deployed to their predesignated stations.
The Obama administration hopes the Government shutdown can be resolved with minimal amount of bloodshed. “We all just want to get back to business as usual. We want to work again!”
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