2016 US Homeland Security
The United States Department of Homeland Security defends the country from a wide range of threats, including terrorism, illegal immigration, and cybercrime. In collaboration with the FBI, CIA, and executive branch of government, DHS has protected American interests since its founding in 2001. In recent years, DHS has come under censure for failing to protect against major terrorist attacks and cyber-attacks on American soil. The current executive government is stripping DHS of power, in a time of most need. America faces dire threats as cyber criminals attack the power grid, terrorists harm and frighten citizens, and smugglers look to make a quick buck, whether transporting immigrants or cash crops illegally. The crisis will begin in the aftermath of the 2016 election, focusing on the DNC email leak.
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