The FedGov Is Arming Up

BY Herschel Smith
6 years, 6 months ago


1) The 2,300 Special Agents at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are allowed to carry AR-15’s, P90 tactical rifles, and other heavy weaponry. Recently, the IRS armed up with $1.2 million in new ammunition. This was in addition to the $11 million procurement of guns, ammunition, and military-style equipment procured between 2006-2014.

2) The Small Business Administration (SBA) spent tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars to load its gun locker with Glocks last year. The SBA wasn’t alone – the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service modified their Glocks with silencers.

3) The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has a relatively new police force. In 1996, the VA had zero employees with arrest and firearm authority. Today, the VA has 3,700 officers, armed with millions of dollars’ worth of guns and ammunition including AR-15’s, Sig Sauer handguns, and semi-automatic pistols.

4) Meanwhile, Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) agents carry the same sophisticated weapons platforms used by our Special Forces military warriors. The HHS gun locker is housed in a new “National Training Operations Center” – a facility at an undisclosed location within the DC beltway.

5) Loading the Gun Locker – Federal agencies spent $44 million on guns, including an “urgent” order for 20 M-16 Rifles with extra magazines at the Department of Energy ($49,559); shotguns and Glock pistols at the General Services Administration ($16,568); and a bulk order of pistols, sights, and accessories by the Bureau of Reclamation whose main job is to build dams, power plants, and canals ($697,182).

6) Buying Bullets in Bulk – The government spent $114 million on ammunition, including bulk purchases by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ($66,927); the Smithsonian ($42,687); and the Railroad Retirement Board ($6,941). The Social Security Administration spent $61,129 on bullets including 50,000 rounds of ammunition plus 12-gauge buckshot and slug ammo.  The EPA special agents purchased ammunition for their .357 and 9mm revolvers and buckshot for their shotguns. While Bernie Sanders claimed that the biggest adversary to the United States was climate change, the EPA stood ready to fight in ways we couldn’t have imagined.

7) The DOE (Department of Education) is armed and ready with 88 law enforcement officers possessing arrest and firearm authority. They’ve purchased buckshot for their shotguns and 40-caliber ammunition for their Glocks. DOE special agents dress in body armor. Their spending on guns, ammunition and military-style equipment was up 25 percent during the last two years under the Obama Administration. Yet, in 2016, it took a pair of armed U.S. Marshals to arrest a man for his unpaid $1,500 student loan!

He goes on, with the Department of Interior, Department of Agriculture, etc.

FedGov is arming up.  You can take guesses why, and post them in comments.  They are the standing army that the founders feared so much.  And for very good reason.

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  1. On October 22, 2017 at 10:54 pm, Sgt.BAG said:

    Order demands violence.

  2. On October 23, 2017 at 6:09 am, DAN III said:


    Certainly, the multitudes of fedgov scoundrels who are “arming up” are doing so with the intent to kill their fellow citizens. Most assuredly these people of government will have no problem killing. They believe they are immune to retribution. The question I have for those tyrannous bastards of fedgov (along with stategov & localgov) is simply this:

    “Are you willing fo DIE ?”

  3. On October 23, 2017 at 8:17 am, Frogdaddy said:


  4. On October 23, 2017 at 8:33 am, Fred said:

  5. On October 23, 2017 at 11:40 am, Duke Norfolk said:

    Holy crap! I’ve heard some of this before (e.g. DOE) , but to see this list that seemingly includes every singe fed agency in existence is stunning. Chilling.

  6. On October 23, 2017 at 6:07 pm, Pat Hines said:

    This is why they’re frightened. They should be frightened because we will make this come true.

    Eventually, all remaining US government employees will have to be moved on to “Green Zones” like what happened in Baghdad.

    There will be no safe spaces for them otherwise.

  7. On October 24, 2017 at 12:29 pm, redhatty said:

    All this occurred under the Obama Administration. Nothing I’m seeing here has happened since President Trump took office in January.

    Remember, they ALL were certain Hillary would win.

    America dodged a very deadly bullet

  8. On October 24, 2017 at 12:45 pm, Elmo said:

    LaVoy Finicum was unavailable for comment.

  9. On October 24, 2017 at 1:26 pm, erica said:

    “Remember, they ALL were certain Hillary would win.

    America dodged a very deadly bullet”

    Trump winning got us another 4 years of prep…. it also gives the other side 4 more years to prep.

    Good luck

  10. On October 24, 2017 at 1:45 pm, Ace Frehley said:

    Those 20 M16s the DOE bought must be seriously pimped out @ almost $2500 each.

  11. On October 24, 2017 at 1:49 pm, Carl B. said:

    The Deep State is going to remove Trump(see Sen. Corker’s comments 10/24/17) and are prepared to handle any rebellion that may result .

    Be ready.

  12. On October 24, 2017 at 1:53 pm, Herschel Smith said:


    Yea. What did they buy? Knight’s Armament?

  13. On October 24, 2017 at 2:32 pm, JTwig said:

    “Those 20 M16s the DOE bought must be seriously pimped out @ almost $2500 each”

    I’m guessing true automatics with select fire, nice rails, eotech sight, and a highend stock. All that could easily hit that number (and beyond), especially since they are listed as a rush order (like the DoE had an some sort of emergency?).

  14. On October 24, 2017 at 2:44 pm, Hypo said:

    DOE is responsible for Security at Nuclear power plants and any shipment of nuclear fuel or waste or weapons.
    20 M16 seems like a small order for such a mission task.
    50k rounds of ammo is 1000 rounds of training ammo for 50 officers. Not even 100 rounds a month for practice.
    How much do you shoot each month?
    Each Federal Agency has its own building with full time assigned officers in multiple regional office locations across the country.

  15. On October 24, 2017 at 2:52 pm, Herschel Smith said:


    DOE doesn’t do security at nuclear power plants. The owner utility does that. They also don’t do it for nuclear weapons material or sites. Marine Corps FAST Teams do that. I know some of them (FAST).

  16. On October 24, 2017 at 4:09 pm, Jim said:

    Cool, I’ve always wanted a silenced glock. Hope it’s the 19…

  17. On October 24, 2017 at 4:11 pm, Jacob said:

    After an ambush by some good old boys up in the mountains the following comment by and IRS field agent was overheard………”You can have the whole goddamn fuckin’ shit, man! You can kiss my ass in the county square cause I’m fuckin’ buggin’ out! I didn’t come here for this! I don’t fuckin’ need it, I don’t want it! I didn’t get out of the goddamn Eighth grade for this kinda shit! All I wanted to do was fuckin’ cook! I just wanted to learn to fuckin’ cook, man!”

  18. On October 24, 2017 at 4:30 pm, Treehugger said:

    I am wondering if the actual, or underlying purpose of all these non-LE agencies being armed up is so that in government-beancounter-speak, the federal beauracracies can pad the non-military armory. While the varied agencies budget money buys the gear, who is to say that in a time of crisis (TBD) that those arms will necessarily end up in the hands of the personnel of said agency? Any agency with a black budget is most likely not going to share their gear with outsiders. Groups like the Department of Education-all admin types. It would not be a surprise to ever hear of a contingency in which agency ‘A’ would be showing up at agency ‘B’ with a stack of hand receipts and a large rental truck. The assortment of weapons & ammo makes sense. Give the better trained personnel the better weapons, and the cannon fodder the 12 gauges and have them act as the speed bumps for an anticpated or suspected assault. Food for thought. On a tangent, I thought it intriguing about 4-5 years back that DHS was putting out bids for Personal Defense Weapons which included the criteria of being fully automatic-which is what the military would consider an assault weapon, yet the regular guy that buys an AR-15 to pimp out, catches flak from the media for their “Assault Weapon”. The media avoids asking why law enforcement needs to be able to spray and pray.

  19. On October 24, 2017 at 4:43 pm, MN Steel said:

    DOJ putting out open-ended 9mm contract that can be accessed by other agencies:

    Took eight days to fill a DOJ contract for 180 M4A1s in September:

    Why does the State Department need 270K rounds each of 9mm and 7.62×39, and 30K rounds of 9mm simunition, and a bunch of flashbang practice reloads?

  20. On October 24, 2017 at 4:55 pm, Curtis said:

    LMAO. Trump, Trump, Trump. Oh swoon.

    This plucking of amoeba’s out of the Swamp sure is MAGA entertaining, is it not? Meanwhile, Trump the Globalist and his Globalist Cabinet are marching on.

    But, but, but… Hillary didn’t win!

    It’s the same switch and bait every election or so. And then one day, Trump is no longer president.

  21. On October 24, 2017 at 5:39 pm, Dr. Richard said:

    Some of this is normal legit mission appropriate acquisitions. Those tend to get lumped into some of the more questionable purchases (e.g. dept of education).

    DOE does have nuke plants including the Y12 complex at Oak Ridge, Hanford, Savanah River Complex, a huge nuclear weapons manufacturing complex east of Amarillo, and a bunch of DOE labs (e.g. Sandia, Los Alamos, etc) several of which do work relating to nuke power plants, nuclear weapons, and/or nuclear waste disposal. That DOE order might secure one of the major facilities.

    As for State, how many embassies and facilities abroad do they operate? 100+?

  22. On October 24, 2017 at 5:55 pm, The Gray Man said:

    I think the reason they are heavily arming the federal agents is first in order to defend federal buildings and personnel from We the People, because they know they have wronged us and pissed us all off.

    Second, they’re arming up for a possible offensive against We the People if they deem it necessary. Of course, for them to deem it necessary, they just have to feel like it’s time.

    Third, I get the feeling that the federal leadership isn’t sure that the military will back them. Maybe they will, maybe they won’t, some might and some might not. But the federal leadership doesn’t seem to have confidence that enough military personnel will side with them.

  23. On October 24, 2017 at 6:44 pm, walt said:

    The IRA only had 19 long guns to start their war with England. A good sniper is worth 1,000 grunts. We have many more hunters then they have soldiers. Run the numbers and understand why they are afraid!

  24. On October 24, 2017 at 7:19 pm, Will wynn said:

    But wait…dept. Of education…ain’t they gun free zones?

  25. On October 24, 2017 at 7:58 pm, LoL No said:

    Simple answer? They’re arming up because they’re frightened…. I mean c’mon, folks, wouldn’t YOU be if you were complicit in the horseshit our government gets away with on a daily basis?….

  26. On October 24, 2017 at 10:06 pm, Herschel Smith said:


    Yes, I know about Y-12 and the Pantex plant. He didn’t raise the issue of enrichment or weapons facilities, he raised the issue of DOE security services for commercial nuclear power plants, which is a fantasy.

    So let’s go through this again. Commercial nuclear power plants provide for their own security, some utilities have full time employees as security, some contract this out, but it isn’t done by DOE, and it also isn’t done by the NRC (to whom commercial nuclear plants report).

    Security for nuclear weapons installations (and for shipment of weapons-grade fissile material) is done by Marine Corps FAST teams. As to the DOE complex such as ORNL and LANL, I’ve been aboard many, many, many times. Much of the security is done by contractors.

    I can’t vouch for the Pantex plant, but I’d bet a dollar to a whole in a doughnut that it’s not done by DOE employees.

  27. On October 24, 2017 at 10:45 pm, oughtsix said:

    Gotta spend your allocations some way… or get less “appropriations” next year.

    These fools expect, or at least hope to shout, to defend all they know as their only source of power/income, their pathetic sinecures- bureaucracy.

    What ever happened to the common understanding that there aren’t enough cops, grunts or bureaustuds on the Planet! E.V.E.R! to confiscate the millions of arms and billions of rounds in private hands? Leaving confiscation aside, how do “they” realistically think that they can defend the rotting corpus of their festering edifice of sanctioned theft and petty tyranny with minor gangs of hired thugs who will, in the manner of all thugs throughout history, decamp when the folks fight back and they begin to die for fraudulent debtbucs???

  28. On October 25, 2017 at 6:12 am, Steady Steve said:

    They are just doing what they are told. Higher up the food chain someone knows or suspects there will be a collapse and subsequent revolt. They are out to save their precious fedgov as they think that is what makes America what it is. Beauracrat hubris.

  29. On October 25, 2017 at 8:26 am, Unclezip said:

    They still don’t have enough ammo, nor the skill and the will. They are there to protect the elites when the shit goes down.

  30. On October 25, 2017 at 9:26 am, Aesop said:

    Okay, I’ll play.

    Granted, there’s far too many federal agencies with guns, yet zero need for armed federal officers with any arrest powers.
    I can live – with huge reservations – with the FBI existing, despite their egregious need for pruning back, the US Marshal Service, the F&WS (who sure as hell don’t need suppressors for any reason) and National Park Service (because national parks have a higher criminal pop. per capita than South Central L.A. or Harlem most days, and are under-policed to the point that Mexican drug cartels run multiple million-$ illegal pot farms in several of them in the US at any given time).
    State Dept. embassies, nuclear facilities and convoys, and the Coasties under DOT is okay. Treasury gets you the Secret Service, uniformed and plainclothes.
    Nobody else should have anything but GSA security guards, if not background-checked contracted private company guards.

    If they need an actual federal cop, they should call the Fibbies or the US Marshals. Nobody else should even have a gun or a badge, just an ID card and a cell phone. They can always go to the US Attorney, get a warrant, and call in the real feds.

    But having run all of that nonsense down, tally up the whole ball of wax.

    Then compare it to the NICS tally for any month in the last 10 years, and get back to me.

    I suspect that within a percentage point or two, the tally looks like the roster ratio last seen in the famous Sitting Bull v. Custer match-up from 1876. American private citizens have more weapons than the world’s top twenty armies combined, 99.9997% of which are used to commit no crimes annually, and ordinary Americans probably buy enough to equip the entire army of the People’s Republic of China from scratch, every year for the last half century, at a rough guess. If anything, I’m probably understating that.

    I’m frankly far more peeved that any sum spent represents mainly a gratuitous squandering of taxpayer revenue, with zero accountability when these Barney Fifes misplace, pilfer, or lose control of their weapons, like they do week in and week out, because they’re 99.999% @$$clowns on their best day.

    Which is why the simplest move to saving taxpayer dollars and cutting crime at the airports by 95% overnight would be to lock up half the TSA, fire the other half, and turn the job back over to the airport and local municipality’s jurisdiction. Their rate of catching simulated weapons and bombs would probably also crawl up out of the current single-digit percent range, and perhaps get as far as the low teens as well, simply by letting private companies hire employees with IQs higher than their belt size.

    And for those who are armed, and oughta be: any federal employee who can’t qualify on the current FBI standard course for a given weapon, isn’t allowed to carry one. Period. And if they fail, no retests for one year.

    Next, we can start weeding out the 30 yards of federal regulations never passed by Congress that they all shouldn’t be enforcing either.

  31. On October 25, 2017 at 10:57 am, Jonah Kyle said:

    Bracken has the best fictionalized reality scenario for not just the fed control of the bullets, but for the entire jig. Five years old, and yet still as relevant with a Deep State Republican cabal taking over for the temporarily hysteria-minded Dems.

  32. On October 25, 2017 at 12:25 pm, somedude said:

    you know these weapons/ammo never arrived at the deliver too address. All these itemization are just on the books ways to get weapons and ammo into the hands of the various tribes and rebels inside foreign lands, NGOs, PMCs and other spook operations on a global scale. Goes something like this. ring, ring hello, we need some more ammo?, were did that ammo go? oh we shot it! all 100,000 rounds?..yep! I’d love to get some info on the serial numbers and see if they pop up in Syria, mid east, south america, mexico, former Baltic countries. 20 rifles needed in rush…..just means something is going hot and they need guns. it is all smoke and mirrors.

  33. On October 25, 2017 at 1:49 pm, James said:

    Given the record # of firearm sales and ammunition sales to citizens the last decade or so seems evryone is “arming up”,interesting times.

  34. On October 25, 2017 at 3:49 pm, Oldfart said:

    While I agree that, 1) all these weapons purchases indicate some sort of intent to use them and, 2) the most likely intended target would be the American people, I have to disagree with those who say the “thugs” we’ll face would be poorly trained and cowardly.

    Consider the numbers of people who complete a career in the military and then start another one in civil service. Not only are they well trained but they’re also likely to have little sympathy for “traitors,” and that’s what they’ll believe us to be.

    My step-son is a career Marine and this subject comes up from time to time. He admits that they talk about it occasionally but few want to go on record regarding their feelings — either way. Can you blame them? No matter what their leanings, they’ll damage their reputations, either with their fellow grunts or their senior non-coms.

    There will be blood, lots of it… on both sides. As with all wars, we will all lose, even though one side will be hailed as the victors.

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