There are no credible threats to Sunday's Super Bowl in Tampa, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano said in an interview Friday with ABC News.
But security for the event will be very tight, with representatives from multiple federal agencies -- including the FBI; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; Customs and Border Protection; the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; and the Coast Guard -- working to secure the area along with state and local police.
Napolitano, who just finished her first full week on the job as the third Homeland Security Secretary, said of the flurry of intelligence and threat briefings she has been receiving: "It's very sobering."
Bonzer thinks ZERO of those "very sobering" intelligence and threat briefings involve Hispanic laborers. In fact, 90% of the people that DHS focuses its resources on keeping out of or deporting from the U.S. have "zero" connection to terrorism. Will it take a second 911 for the citizens to wake up and demand integrity, responsibility, and competence from the Federal government?