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The TSA has announced that late -- this month I believe that -- was gentlemen later this month.
We're -- to be a lab to carry small knives on planes again.
Some people -- happy about that and -- -- mean my immediate thought -- hit list gentlemen.
Was 9/11 box cutters those that those kind of small -- obviously Tom Ruskin and -- -- here -- that you are your thoughts on this first.
We you know Jonathan all long.
You know I've I've thought there are things on -- to go to be passionate weapons -- people really wanted to use them when you're sitting back in coach which -- I am.
You look at people for Thanksgiving you know glasses and -- get -- silverware wherever else is plastic and everything else.
So there's always a way that people really want to you know weaponized something it probably it figured out.
-- Obama among them on the view say listen we've been pretty steadfast in keeping all kinds of knives and and and such things -- going to be used.
In aggressive attack against primarily that's the these duties is -- the and the flight attendants and and passengers is that we should stay that way my my view is they don't think it's holding things up I don't think it's something.
Yeah is it is something that we need to be changing and I'm concerned that the pendulum swinging swinging this way allows for an opportunity he's -- box cutters 9/11.
-- threatening and slash two passengers and flight attendants.
What's to stop someone from something that says you know only two -- -- to would you go through and you know kind of major I mean it didn't it.
Why change something that appears to be working I'll take -- bills though but one step for them.
We have a we have a system it's been working why we changing and why are we allowing a weapon.
I don't pivots to which is four inches six inches well allowing a weapon on a plane.
That potentially could.
Hurt someone kills someone and potentially trying to take over that plane not to mention trying to pry open the cockpit door trying to work.
What they could I think I guess that's part of the point here probably the TSA would.
Make that that that cult -- so far more secure than they -- now and it was the I mean as far as we know and we'll never know exactly what happened on each of those plays -- as far as we know.
It was the that this slashing all wheel of a flight attendant the parole one of the pilots I have an eleven to get in there in the first place and clearly -- all know not to do that right now right play.
Ended up in the last year but also night playing on and kind of emotions say you know allow perhaps perhaps a weapon can be used to harm.
Any one of the passengers of flight attendants that point in which it could be killing.
People and the pilots go -- was to not do anything but fly the plane right why why even allow -- in the first place why allow people to be put in that situation and also.
And cumbersome for the thought but why also make it would difficult if people on the plane wanna try to take over whoever is.
Making the at the attack must assume there's multiple people with these small knives Ryan is more difficult because -- -- gonna get hurt and you know stand.
I know this is a no brainer you don't allow the lives -- -- and if it takes wasn't just listening to what's next.
If it takes an extra five minutes and minutes through security been -- -- I have no problem.
As a formal law enforcement person who used to carry guns on audience and had to go through the screen -- some of god and fill out the paperwork right I don't have a problem.
Was waiting an extra five minutes -- want to make sure.
That -- -- and I -- I think most of our viewers seemed to agree with that.
Cutie little mall no seven says I don't be stabbed to buy crazy on a trans Atlantic -- not just transatlantic flight of any flight.
Why we let small guys and we kind -- carry a bottle of water on the plane was being bowl in the apple may end up an absolute right haven't seen it.
The TSA's justification for this but I.
I can't imagine how -- fashion -- you know.
List the list and I went through and I was taking a foreign flight I had folders with the little prongs on it and they thought there was a -- It took them about twenty minutes and determined it was appalled by putting my bed through a couple times is stopping would with a folder and with a little frogs right.
And now we're allowed knives through it's it's stupid -- No it doesn't look back and he's only been W a couple weeks as we at the last -- where some person went crazy on a flight and everybody.
You know -- you know restraint restrained and -- duct tape to some new deceit.
I imagine somebody's in the next few has has a small -- and I don't know -- -- -- -- -- trying to get away every don't have you pick me.
Alcohol and knives -- tiger's -- now though normally do you think this will stand alone you -- do you think they'll be enough of an incredible that we don't again I hope this enough of an outcry that we go back again.
I hope we don't wait until something happens on the -- and -- so would uses it might figure someone and then we go back it seems like.
The administration's knee jerk at security win we have something in place it's working let's improve -- what we have let's not go backwards.
It would it would get what I mean it is working -- I don't this is what.
Just -- Pulls me you know it is working why eight.
Did did is it because there's a bureaucrat sitting somewhere -- -- TSA that takes OK I need to come up with some new -- rules so I can justify my I think an idea.
I think you -- him on the head is that what they -- -- they have their own internal audit team and in doing tests and I appreciate all that the doing these kind of red team test for the trying to sneak on with different things and see if -- court by.
By the screeners and then of people sitting back evaluating Houston have ever -- matrix depending upon what they think the risk.
And what the potential exposure is and so it's people kind of creating their own jobs and her own rural life and around these things -- -- -- let's leave it to like this.
Let's show our viewers out while we told cuts some of the knives of the TSA to -- -- the TS I really.
-- -- -- -- Subtle lifestyle you just went up today you don't need a six inch blade to slash somebody if they nobody -- is now probably be able to -- -- -- a different story you know I think that it also may be a secret way of cutting back on the TSA staff at our airports.
Based on the sequester.
I think it's if you're not looking for -- and you can cut back a little bit and neighborhood and not develop a long long -- You may be able to get away with the cuts that -- That you -- need to do it in any administration.
You need to do wooded area without it seeming to be.
Attributable to the -- -- -- what do you -- on the well.
Say hello sir -- it is certainly IA I hope that's not the case hopefully it is just a bureaucratic.
Kind of importance that issue -- deciding these things because they think it's good to make changes and keep somebody's in -- job in place to make these changes.
It to me leave it be -- we've got it was an excellent.
-- guys I mean I know one of those -- as anybody who watches the show regularly knows I'm one of those who reflexively.
Criticizes the TSA I mean there's a lot of good people doing their job which is a pretty thankless toss them but.
The administrators making this decision I'd just.
Do not understand and I only not to get a nice yeah all right.
Up bill Daley former FBI officer Tom Ruskin former NYPD detective and president of the Ciampi who got an -- gentlemen as well thank you very much -- --
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