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'PREPARE TO DIE': Leftists' Heads Explode Over Trump Alert

'PREPARE TO DIE': Leftists' Heads Explode Over Trump Alert

Donald Trump may be texting your cell phone next week and it won't be to send a political message or bash his adversaries. It's only a test.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is testing a new "presidential alert" system nationwide for the first time next week that will make it possible for Donald Trump to directly message almost everyone in the nation who has a cell phone.

This will be the first time WEA has ever been tested and will be followed by a test of the national Emergency Alert System which has only been tested three times before.

We don't actually know if the president will send the text himself, but it will have a headline that says "Presidential Alert".

There will be an initial test of the presidential alert system on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 2:18 p.m. EDT. It is part of a nationwide test by the Federal Emergency Management Agency of Wireless Emergency Alerts systems to assess its effectiveness. FEMA also assured people that it can't track cell phone users' locations through the alert system.

"THIS IS A TEST of the National Emergency Alert System". You should hear the same special tone and your phone should vibrate.




On September 20, FEMA will test its WEA system by sending out a text with the header "Presidential Alert" and the message, "THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System".

You don't need to take any action for the test.

Presidential alerts will only be sent out if there is a national emergency that is not extreme weather or Amber Alerts.

FEMA said those whose cell phones are switched on, within range of an active cell tower, and whose wireless provider participates in WEA [Wireless Emergency Alerts] should receive the message only once.

NBC reports that the new form of notification was authorized by Congress in 2015 under a law that specifically states that the system "shall not be used to transmit a message that does not relate to a natural disaster, act of terrorism or other man-made disaster or threat to the public".

The EAS test is scheduled to last approximately one minute and will be similar to regular monthly EAS test messages on TV or radio.