Normally, during a “Natural Disaster” FEMA becomes a power broker handing out contracts for disaster cleanup and emergency equipment such as generators.
In the past, billions would come in to the organization from the Rothchild family. However, that funding has dried up, and although the organization handed out contracts the promised payments never come. For those of you watching who have lived through a disaster here in the United States know all about FEMA’s ability to put on a show for cameras and often spending billions of Dollars with very little relief to those affected.
FEMA’s current spending restrictions were anticipated as the agency’s disaster relief fund was predicted to be depleted by this summer.
The Senate and House are expected to reconvene on the fifth of September, and as of right now there is nothing in the budget to fulfill the Biden administration’s 40-billion-dollar emergency funding request which includes a controversial 24 billion dollars in aid for Ukraine’s war with Russia.
With millions of Americans affected by hurricanes and fires recently, the administration still wants to fund a foreign war which has nothing to do with the national security of the United States. Due to recent changes in the financial system, the Rothchild family has been unable to take 80 percent of Federal taxes collected. Since the change, the Federal government has been barely surviving on tax payer dollars, and apparently congress hasn’t gotten the memo.
The operatives running the government movie behind the scenes have been promised money today before their state actors get back in the office next week. However, that payment probably won’t come. Despite the disaster fund’s very low balance, and with FEMA still believing in deep state dreams, relief for Americans assuredly will not come from the government organization.
The US is facing an unprecedented number of disaster or emergency declarations, with 65 federal disasters or emergencies declared since April. Even though the US Treasury is still sitting on 23 trillion provided by the C.A.R.E organization, with plenty of natural disaster relief funding, the government still shows no sign of moving forward.