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Bomb Threats Ground Five U.S. Flights

Bomb threats ground 5 US flights

While the TSA misses 95% of the explosives and weapons through checkpoints while harassing and abusing grandmas and five year olds, a new form of terror has emerged: bomb threats. On Memorial Day, at least six flights were targeted in chemical weapons threats. A NY-bound Air France flight was accompanied into JFK by fighter jets. Now this. Bomb threats grounded multiple flights leaving from various destinations throughout the US on Tuesday morning.

This, too, is terror. Not only does it cost us hundreds of thousands of dollars, it weakens our defenses. You cannot be everywhere at once. And if you cause enough distraction, we will be spread too thin and focused elsewhere when the jihadis strike big and hard.

The Obama administration continues to target and monitor — right wing groups.

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“Bomb threats ground 5 US flights,” by Sophia Rosenbaum, New York Post, June 2, 2015 (thanks to Jihad Watch)

 
Bomb threats grounded multiple flights leaving from various destinations throughout the US on Tuesday morning.

 

Five flights were threatened, with four of them landing safely.

 

A fifth flight, Korean Air Flight 23, was still en route to the West Coast from Seoul. It was scheduled to land at San Francisco International Airport at 11:17 a.m. Pacific time.

 

Around 7 a.m., police swarmed US Airways Flight 648, which had just landed in Philadelphia, to check for any explosive devices….

 

Similar threats have affected about a dozen planes throughout the past two weeks.

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