On the Minneapolis front

On the home front in Minneapolis, we have the airport taxi drivers who are represented by the offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood in connection with their refusal to transport passengers carrying alcohol. We have the congressman from CAIR. We have the flying imams. And now we have the “makings of a bomb” found in an Avis rental car at the airport. Don’t worry, be happy:

FBI agents interviewed the man who rented the car after he arrived on the West Coast on Sunday. He said that the device was not a bomb and that he didn’t mean to leave it behind, said Pat Hogan, airport spokesman.
The FBI won’t comment further until it can verify the man’s explanation, Hogan said.

I guess that explains it. He didn’t mean to leave the device behind; he meant to take it with him to the West Coast. I’m feeling better already.


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