Chicken or the gun by Tom Reynolds
At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport in Florida, a handgun was found inside a raw chicken.
In answer to your first question, per the TSA website, "meat, seafood, and other non-liquid food items are permitted in both carry-on and checked bags."
Which raises a second question: why would anyone bring a raw chicken on an airplane? Answer: to hide a handgun.
And the obvious third question: which came out first, the gun or the magazine?
This was not a half-baked idea.
Reasons given for it being discovered:
No word on what the passenger is being charged with other than being afoul of the law.
A California teen decided to reach across the political aisle and strike up a conversation with Trump supporters at a recent rally in Tennessee.
"Growing up in L.A., you think that these events are going to be like, very aggressive," Samuel Donner said. He thought initially no one at the Trump rally would want to talk to him. "I was absolutely baffled that people wanted to talk and would actually be friends with me…There were a couple of people who didn't want to talk to me, but overall, everyone was super-friendly."
Donner said these interactions changed how he views America and challenged his prior notions about Trump supporters.
George Soros’ organization has successfully installed anarchist district attorneys in many major cities over the past decade. But the left apparently needed an insurance policy to neuter law-and-order prosecutors who Soros could not beat at the ballot box. The California courts have now offered one. It will essentially bar any law-and-order prosecutor from working on a case involving groups like Black Lives Matter and Antifa.
On September 28, California’s Second District Court of Appeals announced that the San Luis Obispo district attorney’s office cannot prosecute seven BLM rioters because of the district attorney’s “well publicized association with critics of the Black Lives Matter Movement.”
Nearly every judge in Democrat run major cities is tied to and even involved in left-wing activism. Yet a prosecutor is now able to be booted from a case for simply expressing pro-law-and-order views. That would disqualify essentially any non-Soros prosecutor.
The New York Times criticized Virginia’s open carry law the day after a manager allegedly “pulled out a handgun” and shot six people dead in a Walmart, where open carry is banned.
The NYT failed to note at least two things:
- Witnesses described the manager pulling the gun from concealment, not open carrying.
- Walmart banned the open carry of firearms in 2019.