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Here’s a story you don’t see all the time…or ever. Then again, this is the year 2020 – anything goes. If you’re a history buff, here’s your break from politics for a few minutes.
Check this out, via News & Observer:
The historic Cape Hatteras Light Station grounds were closed Thursday after a bomb appeared in the surf at Buxton on the Outer Banks, according to the National Park Service.
A half-mile safety perimeter was established to keep tourists out, including the lighthouse grounds, nearby parking lots and surrounding beach, officials said in a release. The iconic lighthouse, with its famous black and white stripes, dates to 1870.
“After careful examination, a U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit from Norfolk, Virginia, confirmed that the object … is a live military ordnance,” the National Park Service said in an update Thursday night.
Check out Joe Biden when he was in “North South Carolina”…
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) February 28, 2020
Next he's going to East West Virginia.
— Dina Hinckley (@hinck07) February 28, 2020
Good ol north south cackalacky
— Thomas Jefferson, DMD (@Deseeded1) February 28, 2020
It's really just sad – this guy has all the signs of early onset dementia, and they're still pushing him out there. It's elder abuse and they don't care because Orange Man Bad.
— Archibald Shagnasty III (@ArchieShagnasty) February 29, 2020
Just sad to watch, I watch family go through it and it's the ugliest illness to watch.
— Les mcness (@Lesmcness) February 28, 2020
Doesn’t he have any loved ones who can advise him to drop out and keep what’s left of his pride?
— Mo Baily (@mededu) February 28, 2020
Embarrassing. Never liked the guy or his brand of politics, but this is sad to watch. He needs to go home and enjoy retirement.
— DJGordon | RELENTLESS (@BritAgain) February 28, 2020
Can’t make this up!!!!
— Carole (@Carole05840401) February 28, 2020
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