Navy Vet Mark Paffrath had left his job at the Drury Plaza Hotel located in Chesterfield, Missouri, where he saw probably 100 Department of Homeland Security vehicles waiting in the parking garage as seen below. As many good Americans would do, he took a couple of photographs, and a video, and uploaded them to his Facebook page, and for exposing THIS he no longer has a job. For taking these photos and video, he was told he’s “a terrorist” and if these videos and pictures were reposted, he should “expect a knock upon his door!”
30 minutes after Paffrath arrived to work Saturday, Jim Bohnert, director of security for Drury Hotels Company, told Paffrath he had been fired, News Now reported. His Facebook posts apparently cost the hotel chain a $150,000 contract with the Department of Homeland Security, the outlet added.
As if that wasn’t enough, Paffrath also claimed Bohnert told him, ”[Y]ou’re a terrorist and you have dishonorably served your country by posting the photos and video.”
When Paffrath told Bohnert he never put the location of the vehicles on the photos or the video, Bohnert reportedly said “all they have to do is click on your name and see where you work.” Paffrath said Bohnert concluded their conversation by saying “if you repost the photos and video you will have the Federal government knocking on your door and you will be incarcerated.”
IS the Department of Homeland Security preparing for war in Ferguson, Missouri, with agitators and KKK coming in, threatening to kill others? Is this preparation for the ‘end game’?