In the wake of last week’s fatal Blue Angels jet crash in Tennessee, a San Francisco lawmaker wants to ban the famed F/A-18 fighter jets from being able to fly over his city—and, in his words, “strafe neighborhoods.”
City Supervisor John Avalos, who long has waged a public battle decrying the squadron’s aerial acrobatics over San Francisco—at one point calling them loud “killing machines”—has introduced a nonbinding resolution to require the jets to only fly over the bay.
Only in California. Apparently neither jet noise, the sound of freedom, nor entertaining aerial shows is a safe space for these politicians. Jeez.