RUSH: Here’s Stephanie in Nebraska. Stephanie, thank you very much for waiting. Great to have you on the EIB Network. Hi.
CALLER: Thanks, Rush. Hey, my birthday! This is best birthday present ever.
RUSH: Well! Happy birthday to you.
CALLER: Thank you. Thank you. Hey, you’ve been talking about Homeland Security, you’ve been talking about all this stuff, and it just hit home today. My husband and I, we own a salvage yard. We’re just, you know, small business, trying to do our best, good Americans. My husband got a car in that somebody impounded and sold to us, anyway. So he goes through all the cars whenever he gets ‘em and we found some very alarming things in this car. An Islamic-type person had obviously had this car. We had IDs from several states. You know, the same person with several driver’s licenses.
RUSH: Wait a second. What? Hold, hold, hold on. You got a car at your salvage yard that had passport-like IDs in them?
CALLER: Yes. Oh, yes. Much more than that. We found eight or nine cell phones, IDs of the person… He had worked at several airports across the US. So we found airport IDs, driver’s licenses, cell phones, Islamic books. It’s like a bad movie. I mean, it was just stupid. So my husband said, “I think I need to get a hold of somebody.” He wasn’t sure who to get a hold of so he found a phone number for Homeland Security and called them.
He called me and said, “You’ll never believe this one. This is our government to work.” I said, “What?” He said, “They told me they couldn’t help me.” I said, “What do you mean, they couldn’t help you?” And he said, “Well, it didn’t happen on federal property.” You know, we didn’t get this car on federal property, so he just deals with things that happen on federal property.
He said, “Okay, well, do you have a phone number of somebody that can help us? You know, we think that this car needs to be looked through. You know, this could be a lot of serious stuff, and he said why don’t you just call your local police station.” And my husband said, “Well, we don’t really have a local police station. This is a small town.” He said, “Well, why don’t you flag down a highway patrolman?” And my husband said, “I’ll figure it out,” and just, you know, hung up.
RUSH: Are you kidding?
CALLER: I’m not kidding.
RUSH: Flag a highway patrolman?
CALLER: Flag a highway patrolman.
RUSH: How often does a highway patrolman drive by your salvage yard?
CALLER: We’re right on the interstate, so probably once in a while, but, you know. (chuckles)
RUSH: Did he not even tell you to call the FBI?
CALLER: No. No. But we’re smart enough. We’ll figure out probably who to get a hold of but it was just –
RUSH: What kind of car, Stephanie?
CALLER: I haven’t seen the car, so I don’t know. It was just a car that I don’t know why it even… We get a lot of cars like from different tow companies that, you know, if they get abandoned they’re sold or –
CALLER: — whatever and they just get junked.
CALLER: But we always go through ‘em, you know, before we… You know, make sure they’re fine and — so…
RUSH: Well –
CALLER: It’s just kind of scary to think that, I mean, this is our government, and we’re here calling and we’re saying, “Hey, we’ve got something hot here,” and they’re like, “Eh, we don’t care.”
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