InfoWars: Big Sis Launches Undercover TSA Spies To Ride Houston Buses

Discussion in 'Railways, Highways, Waterways' started by Mike, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    TSA is looking more & more like the Stasi every day ...

    InfoWars: Big Sis Launches Undercover TSA Spies To Ride Houston Buses

    Can you say, "None of your f*ck*ng business"?

    D'ya s'ppose, if they had malintent that perhaps they would have acted upon before exiting the bus? As usual, TSA is a day late & off the mark.

    Nice, succinct conclusion:

    Other links:

  2. TravelnMedic

    TravelnMedic Original Member

    I don't see this ending well at all, and I bet the common response will be what you posted mike. I wonder how long before the first pig or smurf gets there just desserts.
  3. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Let's hope they get in the wrong faces when there aren't any cops around to save their sorry asses.
  4. FetePerfection

    FetePerfection Founding Member Coach

    You beat me to the post...just finished reading it, twice and sat there in stunned silence trying to absorb more of this crap while the pride and joy of Texas Ms Sheila Jackson-Lee is so v-e-r-y proud of herself for this.
  5. TravelnMedic

    TravelnMedic Original Member

    I dont go to houston anymore; long story. So not likely to be me, even though I would relish the opportunity.
  6. Sunny Goth

    Sunny Goth Original Member Coach

    Well, this is InfoWars....just remember that. Not the most reliable..


    Do not talk to the police. Ask politely if you're being arrested or detained, if not, walk quietly away. You are under no obligation to talk to law enforcement.

    “While local law enforcement agencies focus on overall safety measures noted above, representatives with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will also be on hand, lending their counter-terrorism expertise and support during the exercise,” states the press release.

    Hahahahahaha! Sorry, couldn't help myself.

    "...with DHS and Metro Police officers questioning passengers who were exiting buses about their destinations and their reasons for riding the bus."

    Do not talk to the police.

    “When I arrived at Wheeler I got off the stage and instantly noticed the massive police presence. The police presence consisted of DHS, metro police, HPD, TSA, and Harris county police officers. They were going on to buses searching and stopping people for questions.

    Do not talk to the police. If they want to search your stuff, politely decline. If they tell you to leave the bus, leave the bus.

    The cost of standing up for your rights is time, money, and inconvenience. If enough people know their rights and assert them, we can push back on some of the more egregious tactics.
  7. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Not just InfoWars -- I also provided links to a major Houston TV station and a press release from the transit authority.
  8. Sunny Goth

    Sunny Goth Original Member Coach

    If true, do not talk to the police.

    Time to assert our rights.
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  9. DeafBlonde

    DeafBlonde Original Member

    I put my 2 cents in at InfoWars AND sent a comment to METRO. You all may be seeing my face on the news, along with the photo of a deceased undercover smurf if one of them tries to grab by bag to search it (without properly identifying themself and asking my permission first). If they ID themself and ask permission, I will decline as Sunny G suggests.
  10. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    And in formerly communist Macedonia ...

    MINA: TSA to harass Americans on Busses too

  11. Doober

    Doober Original Member

    Just who is Jackson-Lee's constituency and why do they keep re-electing her?

    Click 2 Houston was not allowing comments. I wonder why?
  12. Lisa Simeone

    Lisa Simeone Original Member

    TSA goon squads at the bus station: police state, here we come
    by AMY ALKON on APRIL 18, 2012

    At TSA News. More VIPR operations, this time in Houston. And trumpeted by the pols, no less. You guys know all this stuff already. But masses of sheeple still don't.
  13. Lisa Simeone

    Lisa Simeone Original Member

    Sorry, I posted this in another forum -- Civil Rights and Privacy. Mike, you can combine. Amy Alkon wrote a post on it for TSA News.

    As we all know, these VIPR operations are nothing new. Some of us have been ringing alarm bells about them for years now. I have no sympathy for the sheeple who go along with this. None.
  14. JoeBas

    JoeBas Original Member

    Sure I can.

    And since I live in Houston Metro, I just might. :cool:
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  15. Elizabeth Conley

    Elizabeth Conley Original Member

    Can anyone find a single "main stream" medio outlet's mention of the incidents in Houston?

    This is bewildering to me. Where's the "main stream" media?
  16. Lisa Simeone

    Lisa Simeone Original Member

    Busy repeating political talking points, press releases, and breathlessly "reporting" on the presidential horse race.
  17. JoeBas

    JoeBas Original Member

    Things that "only affect poor people" don't make the news.
  18. DeafBlonde

    DeafBlonde Original Member

    It affects me, and I am not considered poor. I ride METRO to work every day.
    I have let METRO know, in no uncertain terms via a comment on their web-site, that I will not submit to any searches of my person or property by anyone representing the TSA, and only by METRO police if they have probable cause and/or a warrant. They have yet to reply!
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  19. DeafBlonde

    DeafBlonde Original Member

    Many people in Houston have asked these same questions over, and over, and over again!!
  20. JoeBas

    JoeBas Original Member

    I wouldn't hold my breath. ;)

    Our public transportation system here is pretty beat to start with, and to be honest I've never had occasion to make use of it, with the exception of shuttles to/from the JFK Shuttle Lot during the PGA.

    That being said, if I ever do find myself using it, and am so requested to consent to a search, said requestor will be instructed to do something anatomically impossible and likely illegal in 14 states, this no doubt being one of them. And if such instruction leaves me walking to my destination, well, even in the Houston Summer, so be it.

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