Houston residents were evacuated to Walmart ‘FEMA camp’ for temporary holding during storm

As conspiracy theorists warned for years, Walmart is now being used as a tempory holding facility for Harvey flood victims

HOUSTON (INTELLIHUB) — Some residents trapped in flood waters were extracted by rescuers and taken in large box vans and helicopters to a Walmart center in the north part of the city where they will await being bussed to another more permanent shelter location.

This confirms that Walmart may be working with U.S. government agencies like FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security as people have feared for years.

Related: Large empty department stores, Walmarts, being converted into FEMA camps now?

Featured Image: U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Houston responds to search and rescue requests after Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Texas, Aug. 27, 2017. The Coast Guard is working closely with all local and state emergency operation centers and has established incident command posts to manage Coast Guard storm operations. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Johanna Strickland) www.dvidshub.net (U.S. Department of Defense/Flickr)
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