FEMA: Fake Every Maneuver Available

October 27, 2007

FEMA Fakes Fire Press Conference

October 27. 2007

FEMA’s Harvey Johnson: where’s Brownie when you need him

FEMA launched a preemptive strike during the California fires and it pretty much backfired. When word got around that the error prone agency faked a press conference, they became the butt of many a joke on newscasts and the internet.

FEMA employee 1: Are you happy with the job FEMA is doing?
FEMA employee reporter 2: why yes, I think you guys deserve a raise.
FEMA employee 1: Anymore questions? No? Okay, cut the camera.
FEMA employee reporter 2: you were a natural, sir.
FEMA employee 1: you weren’t bad yourself. Ok, that’s a wrap guys. Let’s go get some vodka shooters.

Just kidding. That’s not what they said, but the actual press conference is pretty funny in light of recent revelations of it being a fake.

FEMA fakes news conference for better image

FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Administration, used its own staff as fake news reporters at a news conference Tuesday to make give the troubled organization a better image.

FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Administration, used its own staff as fake news reporters at a news conference Tuesday to make give the troubled organization a better image.

No real reporters were able to attend FEMA’s televised briefing on the fires in California on Tuesday because they were only given 15 minutes notice.

Instead, FEMA press officers asked easy and flattering questions. Six questions were posed by the Fema officials and Johnson even used the typical practice of calling for a “last question”.

“I’m very happy with Fema’s response,” Johnson said in reply to one query from an employee. http://alaskareport.com

Story found here

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