The Jeb Bush Protest You Didn’t See !! Heckled, Booed and The Walk Out..
Published on Feb 28, 2015
2-28-2015.. CPAC 2015, Former Governor of Florida and Grandson of Prescott Bush, walked out on stage with media personality Sean Hannity to try and help him through this event. After all, the Bush family isn’t popular even when it comes to most neo-cons and teo-cons. Jeb is Heckled, Booed and there was even a walk out and protest organized for when he started speaking. Not sure how the corporate owned outlets will spin this, but I highly doubt you’ll see this !!
Who watches the watchers circling overhead in U.S. skies? Acongressional hearing on the possible risks of domestic drones lamented the absence of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and its failure to step up to take responsibility.
Homeland Security officials told Congress that their duties don’t cover the domestic use of drones in the U.S., according to U.S. Rep.Michael McCaul, a Republican from Texas and chairman of the subcommittee hearing of the U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security. But McCaul worried that the agency was “reverting back to a pre-9/11 mindset” with a “lack of imagination in identifying threats.”
“It should not take a 9/11 style attack by a terrorist organization such as Hezbollah or a lone wolf- inspired event to cause DHS (Department of Homeland Security) to develop guidance addressing the security implications of domestic drones,” McCaul said in his opening remarks on July 19.
Today’s usage of drones in the U.S. remains limited to the law enforcement, border patrol, firefighting and weather or scientific research. But the Federal Aviation Administration plans to allow non-government drones to fly nationwide by 2015, starting with the selection of six test sites this year. . . . Read complete Report
VIDEO REPORT: Congress: Domestic drones pose potential threats
Thu, Jul 19, 2012 – AP 3:00
The House Homeland Security Subcommittee held a hearing Thursday about the domestic use of drones. Rep. Michael McCaul expressed concern that drones not only could be hijacked and flown against a target, but also pose other safety issues. (July 19)