I believe they are basically limited to strictly bus travel then....without an ID. Correct me if I’m wrong. When I traveled AMTRAK last year....they required me to show some type of ID as I got the ticket.
There is no waiver on this TSA requirement as far as I know...unless the State Department or Homeland Security issues one, and they wouldn’t do it for a single non-VIP. This pretty much violates a couple of laws.
I believe that this falls under 'selective enforcemnt ' of Federal Laws, which is already known to exist.
and ignoring other existing laws that are 'inconvienient'
Without Congressional accountability, or the 'Balance of Power' concept which is inherent in our Constitutional Laws,
this is just another 'over-reach' of inconvienience, which should be overlooked by the powers that be.
In legal terms , it is just more of the same "Arbitrary and Capricious Behavior" for which this administration has not yet been held accountable, or responsible.
There was a story yesterday about two Honduran teens FLYING into Atlanta to reunite with their allegedly legal parents.
And you would be wrong.
“There is no waiver on this TSA requirement”
Pen and telephone bypass trumps all.
When I traveled AMTRAK last year....they required me to show some type of ID as I got the ticket.
Of course they would you infidel err American citizen...