Former New Hampshire Republican Chairman Jack Kimball sent out an email warning to followers, describing military trucks that “sound more like U.N. trucks,” according to a report from the New Hampshire Journal.
In the email, Kimball urged his followers to “be alert” and said his family members witnessed a large number of “unmarked white trucks and humvee like vehicles” driven by military personnel and carrying supplies that were “headed South toward NH” from Maine.
The text of the email, posted by the New Hampshire Journal, is below:
Just a quick heads up. This morning my Daughter and Son-in-Law were on Route 95 headed North to Maine where they observed 40 – 50 unmarked white trucks and humvee type vehicles headed South toward NH. There were also some cammo painted military type unmarked vehicles. All of these trucks were being driven by Military personnel. Some of them were clearly carrying fuel or water. Others were carrying other types of supplies. There were also some white buses interdisbursed in the group. A bit later they encountered an additional ten 18 wheeler’s that were being driven by military personnel but were, once again, unmarked. That’s roughly 60 vehicles. Don’t know what they were doing or where they were going but the white vehicles sound more like UN trucks. Be alert.
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