As always, newspeople aren’t showing up to ask any questions.

The questions we’d love to see newspeople ask appear in bold type.

January 28, 2020 CBS4 Miami TV News video:

NORAD To Cover The Skies, CBP On The Ground For Super Bowl Security

NORAD was nowhere to be found on 911.

Customs and Border Protection – The folks who can’t keep meth & heroin-trafficking cartels from moving product into various US communities.

At 1:30 a Lt. Col. and fighter pilot tells us they are working to prevent another 911.

Lt. Col. Edwards,

Did the advantage of US air power allow the undeclared wars in Iraq or Afghanistan to be prevented, won or shut down?

What stops terrorists from going 2 states over and driving a truck across the playground at a daycare center?

Instead of asking any questions, newspeople play the role of military public affairs staff:

January 28, 2020 WSVN 7 News video:

Air National Guard previews how skies will be kept safe during Super Bowl 54


January 28, 2020 WPLG Local 10 News video:

Super Bowl LIV safety reaches up into the South Florida skies

“F-15 fighter jets will be in the air constantly, with KC 135 tankers working to keep the F-15’s fueled up and in the air.”

The folks who can’t keep cartels from moving product into Hometown, USA are keeping the Super Bowl safe:

“You’re not going to see us hovering over the stadium,” said Customs and Border Protection supervisor Todd Gayle.


January 29, 2020 Columbia Basin Herald

Tight security promised for Super Bowl 54 in Miami

Several thousand federal, state and local law enforcement officials are involved in the game and the events leading up to it. Brian Swain, chief of the Miami Secret Service office and lead federal coordinator for the event, said there’s no intelligence thus far indicating any kind of threat.”

Several thousand?

“There is no specific credible threat right now,” Swain said. “I’m confident in our security plan.”

No Credible Threat?

The War on Terror has prompted law enforcement authorities to calm the public by looking into the future and announcing that no credible threat exists.

If the good guys can tell what the bad guys will do before they do it-surely, these powerful crime fighting tools will be used to shut down gang and cartel activity, heroin trafficking, bank robberies, mass casualty shootings, etc.

More here:

No Credible Threat?


Questions we’d love to see newspeople ask:

If special games require special security-what keeps regular games safe? Crowd size/capacity is similar at several stadiums.

Are fans less safe at regular games?



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