Get Your Emergency Kits Ready Before Tuesday


No matter who wins the election on Tuesday, there will be massive riots in cities across the country.

Antifa, BLM, and other radical leftist groups will ramp up their rioting if Trump wins. They’ll be furious that the American people have spoken loud and clear despite all the Democrat cheating and voter fraud.

If Biden wins, these same groups will see it as a mandate. They’ll take to the streets in even more cities. They will use violence to make the rest of the country pay for their support of President Trump.

Either way, there will be massive riots nationwide. That’s why I recommend that you get your emergency kits ready now. If you already have an emergency kit, update it before Tuesday.

As a public service, I’m including a list of items you should have readily available. Keep your emergency kit where you can reach it easily. Put your kit in your car or by your basement door, depending on where you plan to shelter in place. Don’t forget to take care of your pets!

Also, have a family emergency plan. Determine a family meeting location if you get separated. Share your plan and important information with family members who live out of town.

Have your emergency kit and family plan ready before Tuesday. You’re going to need it.

Among suggested items in an emergency kit are:
– Non-perishable food items, including a can opener for canned goods
– Water: 1 gallon of water, per person, per day.
– Basic first aid kit
– Cell phone with charger and extra battery
– Flashlights with batteries
– Battery operated radio
– Candles & matches
– Emergency contact names and numbers in waterproof bag
– Cash and coins
– Sanitation-related items, alcohol-based hand sanitizer, basic personal hygiene items such as toothbrush, toothpaste, denture needs, soap, shampoo, feminine products, wipes, bathroom tissue, garbage bags
– Change of clothing and specific clothing items for varying types of weather to include shoes/sneakers/boots

All documents should be placed in a waterproof pack (like a zip lock bag):
– Copy of your birth certificate
– Medical/ Medicare/ Medicaid card
– Identification (photocopies of identification, driver’s license, Social Security card, other health insurance information, credit cards)
– List of your medical conditions
– List of your medication
– Names of current physicians
– Allergies
– Immunization records
– Bank account information
– Names and phone numbers of emergency contacts
– Legal paperwork such as Power of Attorney or Advance Directives
– Copies of auto/ homeowners/ renters insurance card(s) or numbers
– Copy of any Advanced Directives, including Health Care Proxy or Living Will documents

Have on hand any other items and supplies your family will need to protect themselves.

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Robert Howard
Robert Howard
3 years ago

And be sure to pack some heat if you catch my drift. 😉

3 years ago

I just put a “Library” sign outside my house. I should be safe

3 years ago

Also have your vehicle’s gassed up if you have to bug out !!!!

Useful Items
Useful Items
3 years ago

“Plays, farces, spectacles, gladiators, strange beasts, medals, pictures, and other such opiates, these were for ancient peoples the bait toward slavery, the price of their liberty, the instruments of tyranny. By these practices and enticements the ancient dictators so successfully lulled their subjects under the yoke, that the stupefied peoples, fascinated by the pastimes and vain pleasures flashed before their eyes, learned subservience as naively, but not so creditably, as little children learn to read by looking at bright picture books.”

Etienne de La Boétie

Kelly's Zeroes
Kelly's Zeroes
3 years ago

Got all of those in backpacks and book bags strategically placed. Filled up multiple gallon jugs of water yesterday. Strict keto diet for several years so a food shortage wont’ be all that traumatic.
Red State is still a great place to live but the fundamental transformation imports are pouring in.

Hydration (mandatory)
Hunger (avoid)
Special Needs (meds, supplements)
Self-Defense (knife, gun, axe)
Elements Protection (clothing, shelter)
Hygiene (essential)
Germs (the enemy)
Civilized (stay that way)
Mr. Fix-It (DIY)
Mental (stay stable)