Skip to comments.TSA Is Threatened By Me
Posted on 06/05/2011 10:16:44 AM PDT by Starman417
I've had my encounters with the TSA on a number of occasions. I would be considered a TSA Troll if such a definition existed. I follow their Twitter and have had some back and forth constitutional arguments with them about their ignorance, stupidity, and illegal actions. I'm convinced that since I use my real name and practically DARE them to discriminate against me for my outspokenness that I'm on their pat-down list.
Not long ago, the TSA rightfully recognized that their willful disregard for American civil liberties has given them a black eye that probably won't go away any time soon and started a blog to spin their excuses.
By now, you've probably all seen the latest video of a woman in Phoenix distraught after being molested by the TSA for no reason. If not, here it is:
The video gained quite a bit of play and publicity. As per their standard operating procedures, the TSA rolled out
spinits typically innocent response yesterday:
After reviewing this passengers time at the checkpoint, we found that our security officers acted properly and neither the CCTV footage nor this YouTube video support any of the allegations levied.
So, the TSA is lying that it DIDN'T fondle an innocent American's breast in the name of "national security" with their typical pat-down. If this is true, no one should have a problem with me going around and just randomly feeling my hands over women's breasts in the name of "national security." After all, anyone walking down the street could have an explosive breast implant hidden under that C cup!
Well, I went to the blog as I usually do to express my displeasure and left this comment:
While your most-likely-oppressive policy is "under review" TSA agents will continue exceeding your authority and making up crimes for which you will threaten illegal detention of innocent citizens.
I know I left that comment because I copied it and put it as a comment under my link of this post on Facebook as well! Interestingly, the comment never posted. When I left the comment, it would have been the first one. There are now 53+ comments under this post. I even left a comment directly calling out "Concerned Observer" as a TSA plant that was never published.
The TSA is afraid of me because they can't argue with the constitutional argument. Reality and truth make them look bad. They have no problems posting comments by people that are just flying off the handle (which is good), but since most of my comments quote the constitution and various high court decisions that oppose their policies, I guess they've decided it's no longer in their best interests to approve my comments.
(Excerpt) Read more at floppingaces.net...
...hidden under that C-4 cup!
The TSA is focused on the victims of terrorism and not on the terrorist.
TSA engages in molestation and fondling without hesitation or fear of repercussions yet are scared to death to engage in profiling!!!
The TSA is NOT about stopping terrorism. Its about the government conditioning us to accept being controlled like cattle. They are already calling for pat downs at malls, train stations, etc... It has nothing to do with terrorism, and everything to do with making slaves of us all. The TSA couldn’t catch a terrorist if Muhammad or Abdullah showed up at the airport with a neon sign around his neck and det cord hanging out of his butt.
Muhammad and Abdullah are already working for the TSA as screeners.
One day they and their buddies will be given orders to let certain people through their checkpoints without so much as a second glance. That day will make 9/11 look like a practice run.
Tragic, but probably true. After all, we dont want to offend the Muslims!
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