Retired NYC cop. Got a very strange phone call today (8/26/15). Supervisor from FEMA with a 'random' questionnaire

Single mom, the Lord is my everything, serious suburban prepper. Retired
NYC cop. Got a very strange phone call today (8/26/15). Supervisor from
FEMA with a 'random' questionnaire. I only stayed on the line because I
was trying to see where it was going...refused to answer many. Wanted to
know: how many guns I had in the house, any other weapons, amount of ammo.
Asked about stored water for drinking, as well as hygiene. How much my
house contained in food supplies for emergencies....how long my family
could survive on what we had. How long I thot it should take the
government to respond after a disaster. Anyone in house over 75? Would
they need hospitalization if without meds for any length of time over a
week? How much medication we have on hand of our normal meds. Did I have
enough in the way of supplies to be able to care for other people in the
neighborhood if needed. Also wanted to know if I had spare cash in the
house available for emergencies if the banks were temporarily unavailable.
Have you ever heard of anyone being asked such detailed emergency prep
questions while claiming to be with FEMA? (I only answered two....told
them that A) I didn't want their help....EVER, and B) the rest of the
answers were none of their business.)

Aug 26, 2015

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