U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents, who refused to hand over their guns, waited outside the Spectrum Center for more than an hour Friday night. They were finally escorted inside, where they displayed the American flag during the national anthem at the start of the Professional Bull Riders show.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents, who refused to hand over their guns, waited outside the Spectrum Center for more than an hour Friday night. They were finally escorted inside, where they displayed the American flag during the national anthem at the start of the Professional Bull Riders show. Courtesy of Sean Gleason
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents, who refused to hand over their guns, waited outside the Spectrum Center for more than an hour Friday night. They were finally escorted inside, where they displayed the American flag during the national anthem at the start of the Professional Bull Riders show. Courtesy of Sean Gleason

Bull riders’ show almost called off over color guard’s guns

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