'Federal Officials' Demand Weapons Check End At Dallas Obama Rally
Here's a collection of words and names that will automatically creep you out: Dallas, Secret Service, big crowds, guns, Barack Obama. At a Wednesday rally in Dallas, unnamed "federal officials" stopped the weapons screening for thousands of random people who turned out for Barack Obama's rally at Reunion Arena. Why? Well, there was kind of a long line, and the 17,000 strangers seemed like a "friendly crowd."
The Star-Telegram reports today:
Several Dallas police officers said it worried them that the arena was packed with people who got in without even a cursory inspection.
They spoke on condition of anonymity because, they said, the order was made by federal officials who were in charge of security at the event.
On top of that deeply suspicious outrage, a Dallas police officer died while escorting a motorcade through the city this morning. The unnamed motorcycle cop crashed while riding along with Hillary Clinton's entourage.
John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas 45 years ago this November. A Dallas policeman was allegedly killed that day by Kennedy's alleged assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.