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TSA Tyrants Pushing the Public too Far

by Jeff Davis

America’s airports have now become a kind of one-stop shop for perverts, so long as the perv is wearing a federal badge. All races, all genders and every age group including children are targets for grabby federal agents.

ABC News reports: “The beleaguered head of the Transportation Security Administration said today that at least one airport passenger screening went too far when an officer reached inside a traveler’s underwear, and the agency is open to rethinking its current protocols.”

No, it isn’t. If they were open to anything of the kind then Janet Napolitano would have resigned long since and they would never have instituted the groping in the first place.

ABC notes “An ABC News employee said she was subject to a demeaning search at Newark Liberty International Airport Sunday morning. The woman who checked me reached her hands inside my underwear and felt her way around,’ she said. ‘It was basically worse than going to the gynecologist. It was embarrassing. It was demeaning. It was inappropriate.’”

So we had to wait until an ABC News employee got molested! Her complaints actually got heard and reported on the news. Ordinary people meanwhile are simply ignored.)

ABC goes on: “In recent days, several passengers have come forward to tell shocking stories about their experiences with TSA officers. Thomas Sawyer, a bladder cancer survivor, said he was humiliated after a pat down broke his urostomy bag, leaving the 61-year-old covered in his own urine. Sawyer said he warned the TSA officials twice the pat down could break the seal. ‘I was so embarrassed and so petrified of going out into the airport and people would see me and quote unquote smell me,’ Sawyer said.

‘My underwear had dropped to the floor and I’m standing there in front of them with my underwear and had to ask to pull it up.’ Cathy Bossi, a long-time flight attendant and breast cancer survivor said the TSA made her take off her prosthetic breast. ‘She put her full hand on my breast and said What is this? I said ‘It’s a prosthesis because I’ve had a breast cancer,’ Bossi said. ‘And she said, ‘You’ll need to show me that.’ A video of a father taking his young son’s shirt off so he can be searched has gone viral online with nearly half a million views in just three days.”

Now, is the regime being tyrannical here? Or simply stupid?

If they’re just being stupid, then they’re falling back on naked body scanners because they’re out of ideas as to how to prevent terrorism. There is only one real way to anticipate such an attack, and that is to profile young Muslim men and to some degree young Muslim women, but of course the present regime won’t profile them because they put political correctness ahead of sanity.

If they’re being tyrannical then this whole thing is an experiment on the part of the government to see how far they can push people before some resistance arises.

Either way, we suggest you drive or take AmTrak in the future. But wait–now Janet Napolitano is threatening to install the nude scanners in train stations and bus depots.

One thing that tyrants always seem to forget is that it’s the “little things” that push people over the edge into a rebellion. 235 years ago it was a tax on tea. After that it was the French Queen saying “Let them eat cake.” And today, there is this federal obsession with seeing us naked and groping us. Let them keep pushing us and then see what happens.


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