4:59 PM

More questionable weirdness
from our limping Federal government

In the soap opera of cronies trying without much success to run this country right now, this is just flat out weird.

AOPA is reporting that FAA has pulled the public transcript of Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) public meetings off the Web, claiming they were "ordered to do" so by the Department of Defense and security officials:

FAA officials told AOPA that they were ordered to remove the transcript of the first meeting from public record so that Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Defense Department officials could scrub it clean of any security sensitive information (SSI).
AOPA, and it’s 406,000 member pilots, wonder the same thing…what do they have to hide? So AOPA has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to get the information back in public view.

My real president, AOPA’s always capable Phil Boyer, said this:
"How ridiculous can you get? These were public meetings covered by the news media. Do they honestly think security information was disclosed during the public meetings?
Apparently they do.

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