As thedailysheeple.com reports, “this is a weapon capable of exploding and shooting a hole the size of almost two quarters near a sheet of drywall.” It’s fashioned from parts purchased at an airport — past the security checkpoint. Silly or scary? A little of both methinks. Truth be told . . .
It’s entirely naive, not to say delusional to think that the TSA’s blue-shirted dufi (plural of dufus) would be capable of stopping a clever, crazy or terrorism-minded individual from secreting a weapon into an airport’s “secure” areas.
And then there’s the problem of a mass casualty attack before TSA security — especially the areas where passengers are crowded together, lined-up, waiting to be deemed safe to travel. Or as I like to call them, disarmed ducks.