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Have WMDs been found stateside?

Sure seems like it:

Reporter: Do you ever find things that are dangerous like a chemical agent or a weaponised device?

Mr Hallor: At the airport, seaport, at our port of entry we have not this past fiscal year, but our partner agencies have found those things.

Reporter: So, specifically, you're looking for the dirty bomb? You're looking for the nuclear device?

Mr Hallor: Correct. Weapons of mass effect.

Reporter: You ever found one?

Mr Hallor: Not at this location.

Reporter: But they have found them?

Mr Hallor: Yes.

Reporter: You never found one in San Diego though?

Mr Hallor: I would say at at the port of San Diego we have not.

Mr. Hallor is Al Hallor, assistant San Diego port director who's honesty is likely to be met by a re-assignment or worse.  The video is compelling:

Thankfully, Obama and Napolitano are at the helm and have shown an unprecedented competence in these manners so sleep tight America.

H/T JammieWearingFool.


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Comments (9)

Slight quibble there - 'We... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

Slight quibble there - 'Weapons of mass effect' as opposed to 'Weapons of mass destruction'... unless of course the fun and games folks at the Department of Euphemisms have decided to mangle the definitions again.

Could be they found a quart container of sarin, could be a loose container of an arsenic-based insecticide... there's simply insufficient detail. The implication is that a nuke or dirty bomb was found... but it's not explicit.

I've often thought that there's a lot going on in the background that we've not heard of. Information is valuable - even if it's of a negative sort - for those working to attack. But what they don't know about a failed attempt can't be used to come up with another try...

For DHS to say that no nucl... (Below threshold)
Jeff Blogworthy:

For DHS to say that no nuclear weapon has been found on US soil is word-parsing. One is not likely to find such a device, but it's component parts, shipped for later assembly.

It is interesting that Mr. Hallor seems to have no first-hand knowledge, but only hearsay or "scuttlebutt." This definitely leaves wiggle room on the facts. We have no idea what he is really talking about.

"and may I take this opp... (Below threshold)

"and may I take this opportunity of emphasizing that there is no cannibalism in the British Navy. Absolutely none, and when I say none, I mean there is a certain amount, more than we are prepared to admit, but all new ratings are warned that if they wake up in the morning and find toothmarks at all anywhere on their bodies, they're to tell me immediately so that I can immediately take every measure to hush the whole thing up.

J.

I can understand the gov't ... (Below threshold)
Brad:

I can understand the gov't keeping this under wraps--we don't want the enemy to know we know what they're doing or how. I don't trust this administration's competence at all, but I do understand we're not always going to hear about everything, and that there are not totally unreasonable reasons why.

It is all in the word. From... (Below threshold)
yetanotherjohn:

It is all in the word. From the DHS Jan. 10,2006 definition of Weapon of Mass Effect

Weapons of mass effect, or WME, are weapons capable of inflicting grave destructive, psychological and/or economic damage to the United States. These include chemical, biological, nuclear, radiological, or explosive weapons. While the Task Force recognizes the significant differences in the nature of these weapons, they share many common elements in terms of the requirements for preventing entry into the U.S. For the purposes of this study, cyber threats are not considered since cyber attacks can be launched from outside the country.

So based on this, fireworks could be considered a WME. Big difference between a WMD (what you are talking about) and a WME. Remember, the Obama administration is double plus good against all enemies who we have always been at war with.

Every Press Conference for ... (Below threshold)
Rodney G. Graves:

Every Press Conference for the President, DHS and it's subordinate commands should include the question: Have "Weapons of Mass Effect" been discovered entering or within the borders of the United States" until a clear and forthright answer is provided. Congress should take sworn testimony on the issue from the relevant officials.

We've been suffering from t... (Below threshold)
epador:

We've been suffering from the mass effect of the Democratic Party's weapon of 2008 quite long enough, don't you think?

I think it entered in HI, not LA.

Hey Libs, understand now wh... (Below threshold)
Pretzel Logic:

Hey Libs, understand now why your boy and his pals havent touched the Patriot Act? (boy that Bush guy was a dope wasnt he?)

Barry Lackswit is a weapon ... (Below threshold)
914:

Barry Lackswit is a weapon of mass economic depression.




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