September 20, 2019 is right around the corner and it has the Government officials and residents of surrounding towns growing even more worried. "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us" is now just weeks away with 2,083,580 people saying they will attend.

We all know that two million plus people will not show up at Area 51 but at least some of the 2 million are not joking. The question on the minds of authorities in the region is how many people will attend? According to NPR there is not enough room for thousands, there is not enough food or water either.

Nye County Commissioners voted unanimously to declare a state of emergency ahead of the event coming to the neighboring Lincoln County. Commission Chairman Jon Koenig had this warning for potential visitors:

"Be prepared not to have cell service, not to have internet. There will probably be no water available, there will probably be no ice available because everything is going to sell out.There will probably be no gas left in the gas station, no food, nowhere to go potty. If you're coming, be prepared because it's probably not going to be nice."

Lincoln County officials also made a similar emergency declaration and local Inn owner Pam Broxson had this to say:

"It's going to crash these whole towns. It's going to kill us, It's going to devastate us, but I'm prepared as we can possibly get."

This sounds like it's going to be a pleasant experience for everyone involved. I know what is going to be fun, is seeing the lengths the Government is willing to go to, on camera to defend a Top Secret facility against citizens of the U.S.A. This will be appointment viewing for sure.

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