Mike Huckabee: Expert on Electromagnetic Pulse Attacks?

August 25, 2009

(ChattahBox)— EMPACT America Inc. is holding its first conference on the danger to our country posed by an electromagnetic pulse attack, bringing in the “most knowledgeable minds in the world about EMP.” Headlining this conference of experts is none other than Fox News personality and former governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee.

During his failed run for president, Huckabee’s campaign was plagued by frequent foreign policy gaffes, revealing his lack of experience and knowledge on foreign policy matters.

EMPACT America is an organization that works with local citizenry, civic-minded companies, and grassroots activists to help prepare communities in New York and across America to prepare for an EMP attack.

The conference, taking place in September, is advertised as, offering “…a range of experts in the EMP threat and infrastructure protection.” And is focused on “protecting America from Permanent Continental Shutdown from Electromagnetic Pulse.”

In addition to Mike Huckabee, Former Speaker of the House and fellow EMP expert, Newt Gingrich is advertised as a featured speaker.

Rounding out a panel of “experts” are two Obama birther conspiracy theorists, Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) and Frank Gaffney. Rep. Franks recently said he plans to sue President Obama to force him to produce his birth certificate.

Gaffney, besides being a birther, is an extreme neoconservative hardliner, whom is constantly searching under his bed for “Islamofascists.”

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One Response to “Mike Huckabee: Expert on Electromagnetic Pulse Attacks?”

  1. John Bissell on September 11th, 2009 6:32 am

    biased? yeah.

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