Calling it an only-one-time security arrangement, similar to the security arrangements of 2007 when the Queen of England visited Virginia, the weapon-free zone has been declared because the Clinton’s plan on attending.
To be fair, there’s a lot of other weapons that lawmakers were also told to keep at home:
- biological weapons
- chemical weapons
- radiological or other hazardous materials
- toys that look like weapons
- all fireworks
- pepper spray or mace
- any multi-purpose tools
- laser pointers
- and soda cans
The Virginian-Pilot reported on the e-mail sent.
Curiously enough, shoes were left off this list, even after this attack to the President happened:
These are Secret Service protocols, not because McAulifee ran on an anti-gun platform.
Still – one has to wonder: beer bottles are ok, but not soda cans?
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