Midwest Airports staff take Trump’s “Extreme Vetting” orders literally, passengers were terrified!

Another case of President Trump’s direction without details goes off the rails.

It seems that in the Midwest  they follow the original definition of vetting:

 “To vet was originally a horse-racing term, referring to the requirement that a horse be checked for health and soundness by a veterinarian before being allowed to race. Thus, it has taken the general meaning “to check.”

So when security staff decided to be proactive and give the President what he wanted to Make America Great Again, they gave a new definition to the term “Arm’s length Relationship.”

The initial passengers were open and willing to tell anything while undergoing the search. After they were horrified and speechless about the treatment they received.

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Vetting has a number of definitions –  airport officials picked the worst one.

Luckily for others the vets were called away to help sick animals. Local medical experts say nothing important was found in the searches but the passengers may have to wait a long time before they can sit comfortably again.

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