Inside the Doomsday Shelter People Are Hiding in on Election Day
There’s been plenty of speculation that election night may be a long one, as ballot counting for the expected record turnout may take some time. But some are also planning to wait out the election inside a so-called doomsday shelter founded by a former Air Force intelligence officer. “We are activating for the election because of possible post-election violence,” Drew Miller, founder of Fortitude Ranch, told Inside Edition. “All of our members are encouraged to stockpile weapons,” Miller said.