HHS Warning

PUBLISHED: 5:46 PM 15 Sep 2020

HHS Spokesman Warns People To “Buy Ammo,” CDC Resistance “Haven” Is “Sedition”

Caputo has indicated that his life is in danger.

Massive resistance is being protected in the CDC. (Source: Eyewitness News Youtube Screenshot)

In a dire warning, Health and Human Services spokesman Michael Caputo is warning Americans to buy ammo (as if we already didn’t know we needed it and are finding it hard to get).

The New York Post reported:

The top spokesman at Health and Human Services accused scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of “sedition” for their response to the coronavirus pandemic and warned people to buy guns and ammo because an insurrection led by Democrats could start on Inauguration Day if President Trump refuses to “stand down,” according to a report Monday.

Michael Caputo, who was appointed by the president to be the HHS spokesman in April, claimed without providing evidence that the CDC was creating a haven for a “resistance unit” working to undermine Trump, the New York Times reported.

Caputo also said his life could be in danger.

“You understand that they’re going to have to kill me, and unfortunately, I think that’s where this is going,” he told his followers in a live video posted on his Facebook page Sunday.

He also predicted that Trump will win re-election but Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, won’t concede.

“And when Donald Trump refuses to stand down at the inauguration, the shooting will begin. The drills that you’ve seen are nothing,” he said, adding: “If you carry guns, buy ammunition, ladies and gentlemen, because it’s going to be hard to get.” [It’s already nearly impossible for certain weapons.]

“There are scientists who work for this government who do not want America to get well, not until after Joe Biden is president,” he continued.

The department in a statement called Caputo a “critical, integral part of the president’s coronavirus response, leading on public messaging as Americans need public health information to defeat the Covid-19 pandemic.”

Caputo told the Times that he and his family have been “continually threatened” since joining the administration.

“This weighs heavily on us, and we deeply appreciate the friendship and support of President Trump as we address these matters and keep our children safe,” he said.

But he vowed to stay in his government post, saying, “I’m not going anywhere … I swear to God, as God is my witness, I am not stopping.”