T-Shirts and the DHS

T-SHIRTS AND THE DHS….Ray LeMoine reports on his encounter with Homeland Security in a drab backroom at JFK airport upon returning from a trip to the Middle East:

“You know, we could have you sent up to Boston for the unresolved T-shirt infractions,” Malik said. “But what we’re holding you for is an NYPD bench warrant from 2004. You were in a fight with a parking attendant, found not guilty and then missed a court date.” All true. But how and why does Homeland Security share the NYPD’s jurisdiction in cases unrelated to counter-terrorism? A fight over a parking space hardly counts as terrorism.

Read the whole thing. It’s even dumber than it sounds.