Navy spokesman explains why carriers lined up in a row
Published: 12 hours ago
A photo of five U.S. nuclear aircraft carriers docked in Norfolk, Va., the world’s largest naval station, has gone viral on the Internet amid speculation the ships could be sitting ducks for a Pearl Harbor-type attack or were docked due to sequestration.
According to a U.S. Navy spokesman who spoke on background to WND/G2Bulletin, the first supposition is false while the second is partially true.
The photo first appeared in early February amid concerns that having the carriers lined up in one location breached long-standing Navy protocol.
One website called it a “Big Mistake in Norfolk! Remember Pearl Harbor 1941″ and “an outrage of epic proportions.”
A caption at another website under a photo of the carriers said the Obama administration had ordered them into harbor for “routine” inspections and that heads of the Navy were flabbergasted by the presumed violation of protocol.
Further comments said that the lineup was the first since Battleship Row in Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese on Dec. 7, 1941.
I’m posting this in haste, because word has to get out. This is a deliberate betrayal of America. How many WMD attacks would it take to make America unable to fight back? Until now, it would require a few. But with the bulk of our carriers lined up, all our enemies need is one bomb. This can only be deliberate. ~ TD