TSA Pervert Exerts His Power Over Beautiful College Student


Do you think those are professionals feeling your genitals? Think Again.

Was he hitting on her or conducting a training exercise? You decide, oh by the way, he was fired!

After the TSA lied and said he was conducting a training exercise.

Are these the professionals you want to entrust your wives and daughters with when they are traveling alone?

Maybe, it doesn’t even matter if you are with them. You are now powerless and without rights “in the hands” of the Obama/Napolitano Goon Squads.

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These intrusive searches by the ‘Authorites” especially of children, of which I have two is a bald faced plan to subjugate the entire populace through public humiliation. While at the same time “training” our children to allow complete strangers to engage in close “hands on” physical contact of their entire bodies including their genitalia thereby demonstrating by force that there are no “private areas” any more. What happens when a janitor or school guard or teacher or anyone else whom the child is taught to respect as an authority figure demands them to SUBMIT to a full body physical search? Do they comply? And furthermore if they are threatened with punishment they most likely will comply. Will they inform me that this has happened? Probably not. How do I, as a parent teach my 5 year old or my 12 year old girls to differentiate between a “legitimate” authority figure and a serial pedophile? I can’t if this is the case, that’s how. It is clear that this is only the beginning, not the end of this. Next it will be the trains, bus travel and various public events where we will all be forced to submit to this outrage. Eventually I suspect it will be school bus groping for “security”. All because we are expected to willingly”bend over backwards” so as not to offend others ( mostly foreign born Muslims) by profiling them. The Liberal Socialist elites have gone too far now and it is time, my friends it is time to stop this frontal assault on our freedoms as red blooded Americans that so many have fought and died for. We MUST organize now to vote all of these Socialist/ Fascist Hacks out next round in 2012!

The TSA is out of control

I do not have to submit to this BS but as long as it is forced upon others, I will Fly Military Space Available out of Mountain Home AFB and NOT from Any Airport in Helena or Missoula. I encourage others to Opt Out and use travel alternatives. Write to Your Elected Officials, Representatives and tell them to intervene and utilize the procedures that the Israelis use.

This is not a National Security issue, it is a Human Rights and Civil Rights issue. There are procedures that are effective and not denigrating, humiliating or abusive. This a National Shame.

Just Opt Out and give the Airlines a month without revenue until this nonsense stops. Send a message by abstaining from commercial air travel for a month.

damned if you do damned if you dont.

old trooper do you think zero cares if another industry goes belly up?

look at all the chaos he has sown since in office.

every aspect of american life has been systematically turned upside down.

I am amazed how quickly the leftists ACLU has pointed out how unconstitutional this all is.

TSA searches and seizures of patently ILLEGAL and against the Constitutional prohibition of searches and seizures without probable cause.

We need to have the Supreme Court of the United States rule on this issue. Opt-Out is a government slogan, which leaves you thinking you have a choice — you can submit to a scan search or you can submit to a pat-down personally invasive search; when in fact the TSA is acting as a wholesale violator and criminal enterprise in violation of the law.

The penalty for leaving the search area once you have decided NOT to submit to either search is ALSO in violation of the Constitution as a cruel and unusual punishment; TSA’s vulgar purpose is solely to intimidate and bring to submission the very people and Constitution they are sworn to protect. The TSA is the outlaw and should be arrested, forced to cease and desist, and punished for their violations.

TSA should be immediately and completely abolished. Searches should be done ONLY as needed with PROBABLE CAUSE.

Keep your eye on the ball. The lies by the Obama and Obama’s administration are corrupting, illegal and sinful. Obama believes he is above the law; LET’S PROVE OBAMA WRONG!

rumcrook; hi, It’s kind of srtange there, ; COULD IT BE THIS IS WHAT THEY WANT?
CREATE AN EVENT, SO TO GET PEOPLE REALY ANGRY ENOUGH TO START A REPRISAL, AND THEN he would follow the communist marxist regime and respond with what we learned reading the 10 rules of marxist law, HOW TO SLOWLY GET TO TOTAL POWER ONE STEP AFTER THE OTHER, BYE

@ rumcrook, I’m waiting for Americans to see the folly of Electing Incompetents to Public Office.
The destruction of an Industry does not happen overnight. It happens in bits and pieces of lousy legislation, bad policies and executive orders. It happens when total Unqualified Idiots are Appointed to Department level Cabinet positions with Senate Approval. It happens when the US DOJ turns a blind eye to reprehensible conduct committed by Gummint Employees.

That is my point here.

@ tarpon…But filed No Federal Lawsuits filed to halt it. No mystery to me. They are not offended by this tyranny, nor will they raise a finger to protest it.

TSA has met the enemy — and they are us


By ADAM GELLER, AP National Writer Adam Geller, Ap National Writer – Sun Nov 21, 9:01 am ET

How did an agency created to protect the public become the target of so much public scorn?

After nine years of funneling travelers into ever longer lines with orders to have shoes off, sippy cups empty and laptops out for inspection, the most surprising thing about increasingly heated frustration with the federal Transportation Security Administration may be that it took so long to boil over.

The agency, a marvel of nearly instant government when it was launched in the fearful months following the 9/11 terror attacks, started out with a strong measure of public goodwill. Americans wanted the assurance of safety when they boarded planes and entrusted the government with the responsibility.

But in episode after episode since then, the TSA has demonstrated a knack for ignoring the basics of customer relations, while struggling with what experts say is an all but impossible task. It must stand as the last line against unknown terror, yet somehow do so without treating everyone from frequent business travelers to the family heading home to visit grandma as a potential terrorist.

The TSA “is not a flier-centered system. It’s a terrorist-centered system and the travelers get caught in it,” said Paul Light, a professor of public service at New York University who has tracked the agency’s effectiveness since it’s creation.

That built-in conflict is at the heart of a growing backlash against the TSA for ordering travelers to step before a full-body scanner that sees through their clothing, undergo a potentially invasive pat-down or not fly at all.

“After 9/11 people were scared and when people are scared they’ll do anything for someone who will make them less scared,” said Bruce Schneier, a Minneapolis security technology expert who has long been critical of the TSA. “But … this is particularly invasive. It’s strip-searching. It’s body groping. As abhorrent goes, this pegs it.”

A traveler in San Diego, John Tyner, has become an Internet hero after resisting both the scan and the pat-down, telling a TSA screener: “If you touch my junk, I’m gonna have you arrested.” That has helped ignite a campaign urging people to refuse such searches on Nov. 24, which immediately precedes Thanksgiving and is one of the year’s busiest travel days.

The outcry, though, “is symptomatic of a bigger issue,” said Geoff Freeman, executive vice president of the U.S. Travel Association, an industry group that says it has received nearly 1,000 calls and e-mails from consumers about the new policy in the last week.

“It’s almost as if it’s a tipping point,” Freeman said. “What we’ve heard from travelers time and again is that there must be a better way.”

Indeed, TSA has a history of stirring public irritation. There was the time in 2004 when Sen. Ted Kennedy complained after being stopped five times while trying to board planes because a name similar to his appeared on the agency’s no-fly list. And the time in 2006 when a Maine woman went public with her tale of being ordered by a TSA agent to dump the gel packs she was using to cool bags of breast milk. And the time in 2007, when a Washington, D.C. woman charged that another TSA agent threatened to have her arrested for spilling water out of her child’s sippy cup.

TSA denied the last, releasing security camera footage to try and prove its point. But that did little to offset the agency’s longtime struggle to explain itself and win traveler cooperation.

It wasn’t supposed to be this way. After Congress approved creation of the agency in late 2001, the TSA grew quickly from just 13 employees in January 2002 to 65,000 a year later. In the first year, agency workers confiscated more than 4.8 million firearms, knives and other prohibited items, according to a report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

But even as the new agency mushroomed, officials at the top, pressured by airlines worried that tighter security would discourage people from flying, looked to the business world for lessons on systems, efficiency and service.

TSA set up “go teams” pairing government employees with executives from companies including Marriott International Inc., The Walt Disney Co., and Intel Corp., to figure out how to move lines of people through checkpoints efficiently and how to deal with angry travelers.

But the agency was working under what Freeman calls “an unachievable mandate.” Congress demanded an agency that eliminated risk. But the risks are always changing, as terrorists devise new methods and government parries. That has led to an agency that is always in crisis mode, constantly adding new policies designed to respond to the last terror plot.

President Barack Obama says he has pushed the TSA to make sure that it is always reviewing screening processes with actual people in mind. “You have to constantly refine and measure whether what we’re doing is the only way to assure the American people’s safety,” Obama said Saturday. “And you also have to think through, are there ways of doing it that are less intrusive.”

TSA operates on the belief that a key to foiling terrorists is to keep them guessing, agency watchers say. But it has never really explained that to a flying public that sees never-ending changes in policies covering carry-on liquids, shoes, and printer cartridges as maddening and pointless inconsistency.

“If you ask what its procedures are, how you screen people, its `I can’t tell you that because if the bad guys find out they’ll be able to work around the system’,” said Christopher Elliott, an Orlando, Fla.-based consumer advocate specializing in travel. “That’s why a lot of what they’ve done has not really gone over well with air travelers. They perceive it as being heavy-handed and often the screeners come across as being very authoritarian.”

Over time, TSA has settled into a pattern of issuing directives with little explanation and expecting they be followed. But increasingly fed-up travelers don’t understand the agency’s sense of urgency and aren’t buying it.

“I don’t think the law enforcement approach is going to work with the American public. You’ve got to explain yourself and reassure people. And they’re not doing it,” Light said.

That goes beyond public relations, experts say. As more and more layers are added to air travel security efforts, it creates difficult and potentially unpopular choices. But the TSA has been unwilling to openly discuss how it arrives at policies or to justify the trade-offs, highlighted by its insistence over the need for the scanners.

“They’re very expensive and what they (TSA officials) should be able to do is answer if it does reduce the risk, how much does it reduce the risk and is it worth it?” said John Mueller, a professor of political science at Ohio State, who has researched the way society reacts to terrorism.

The pushback against the body scanners and pat-downs shows the agency at its worst, Elliott said, issuing a policy that wasn’t properly vetted or explained, but determined to defend it.

Growing dissatisfaction with TSA has even led some airports to consider replacing the agency with private screeners. Such a change is allowed by law, but contractor must follow all the security procedures mandated by the TSA, including body scans and pat-downs.

But frustration with the TSA was building even before the latest furor. In a December 2007 Associated Press-Ipsos poll asking Americans to rank government agencies, it was as unpopular as the Internal Revenue Service. Even so, a poll earlier this month by CBS News found 81 percent of Americans support the TSA’s use of full-body scanners at airports. The poll, conducted Nov. 7-10, had a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points.

Elliott said that better communication would probably win the TSA more cooperation. But the pushback suggests that a growing number of consumers, particularly frequent travelers, are questioning the premise at the heart of the agency’s existence.

“I think at some point Americans said to themselves, maybe in their collective subconscious…there’s a line here where it’s not just worth it anymore,” he said. “There’s a growing sense that that line has been crossed.”

That line HAS been crossed.

But the question remains: When will enough be enough, that we’ll do something about it?

TSA and it’s “Gestapo like” tactics are over the line… and Obama backs them 100%!! Need more be said?? Remember this in 2012

Old Trooper 2,

Re: #2,

I would love someone, anyone who can type and chew gum at approximately the same time, to explain to me How does it make sense, and Why is it possible that we have reached a point where that little girl is screaming in fear of being fondled and groped by a TSA employee while in her mother’s arms. Does she fit the description of a suicide bomber perhaps? Or maybe it’s her mother? Unfortunately, this is exactly a replay of what happened to my granddaughter this week. Is this a new reality that society should accept stupidly and blindly? Fear has taken over, it appears.

What idiot wrote the policy manual that made this OK?

What goon in the Administration supports this insanity?

. . . And THIS is what it means to Make Us Safe?

I’d love to read an intelligently delineated argument in support of the abject lack of brain cells being dispersed to protect the already stressed population. Anyone? . . . Anyone?

James Raider; hi, there might be more chewing gum ers on the other side, where the unions are, yes It is despicable behavior, and they are asking for trouble that can come to them any time, anybody could lose their cool at one time, and rightfully too,


. . . Also consistent with what my granddaughter just experienced, we see that the agent PERSISTS in persuing the little girl, and still pats her down.

I think that this must come close to observing one definition of stupid: lacking ordinary quickness and keenness of mind; not having or showing an ability to absorb ideas readily. And by Stupid, I mean the people in management who think this should and must be done.

As for that employee, it is evident that the kind of training which I think should be implemented is clearly not part of her recent past.

Why can’t post this to facebook?

Never mind–apparently an undocumented censorship for a political violation.

This is not about security. If it was they would be using criminal profiling with the focus of investigation of key “red-flag” signals. It’s about intimidation, and creating a forced acceptance of psychological control over the people under the color of authority. This is Gestapo tactics, and if the people of the nation allow this to continue, our society will follow the historical evolution into socialist fascism where they have no rights and in fear will eventually allow any abuse of authority.

There is another, perhaps stupidly obvious aspect to the TSA screening process that seems so clear that it is astonishing.

When suicide boomers attack what is their primary target?

Locations where large groups of people gather . . . cafes, buses/bus stops . . . markets & bazzars . . . oh and amazingly . . . SECURITY CHECK POINTS!

The Israelies again have this all figured out . . . why? . . . because they HAVE been attacked by suicide boomers at all these locations.

So what does our TSA do . . . they CENTRALIZE ALL OF US . . . in a crazily designed cattle chute process . . . surround us with GLASS and FLIMSY metal enclosures.

DO YOU FEEL SAFE AT THE SECURITY CHECK POINTS? HELL NO!!! I want to get through the process as fast as I can . . . if they want to feel my JUNK . . . please get it over with . . . LET ME GET THE HELL AWAY from THE ABSOLUTE MOST DANGEROUS PLACE IN THE AIRPORT!!!

Where do they put the check points . . . In the most convenient location, centralized to the airport facility, easy walking distance to the drive through areas . . . oh, isn’t amazing that most suicide boomers are in VEHICLES that are filled with explosives.


The security process is much more than just individuals . . . it is cars, trucks, luggage, . . . and it does NOT begin after check in . . . it begins at the entrance to the airport . . . way out there on the road long before arriving any where near the building.

Do I advocate moving the security or making it all encompassing? NO . . . simply because each time you move the security location you move the location of the gathering of the crowd.

DRJOHN; hi, this would have not happen if MILITARYS WOULD DO THAT SCREENING

Tallgrass @18 makes a good point.
Just today the Logan airport in Boston was closed for a while because a sniffer machine (or a dog) caught a wiff of explosives (or something on their no-no list) in a vehicle in the airport.
It was two duffel bags with Nigerian addresses.
Not everything takes place in a bottleneck of a security checkpoint.

And the terrorists continually change tactics. The TSA’s tunnel visioned focus on methods used in years past attacks and attempted attacks can not address a new modus operandus.

A little humor about the TSA


If we don’t get off, you don’t get on.