TSA thugs miss another one — undercover agent with fake bomb in his pants

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    They’re always there to cup your genitals — because the TSA’s unskilled workers violating your body and your rights aren’t about security. They’re about jobs for people who’d otherwise be out of work, money for the connected Chertoffs of the world, and training you to be obedient when your rights are yanked from you.​
    The New York Post’s Philip Messing writes:​
    The undercover TSA agent who got past Newark Airport screeners with an improvised explosive device in his pants exposed a stunning lack of security that the agency had better fix before al Qaeda strikes again, Rep. Peter King warned yesterday.​
    The Long Island Republican wrote a scathing letter to Transportation Security Administration boss John Pistole demanding “immediate answers” about how the fed was able to get past a magnetometer and a secondary pat-down with the inert device, which he then could have brought onto a commercial flight.​
    The chairman of the Homeland Security Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence called the Feb. 25 breach — which was reported yesterday exclusively by The Post — “yet another in a long line of security failures discovered at Newark.”​
    The entire TSA is one huge “security failure,” with thieves, pedophiles, and murderers as employees (police thyself first?!), and as a matter of principle.
    As I’ve said before, it’s simply ludicrous to think it is “security” to treat every member of the flying public, even if they’re six years old and in a wheelchair, as if they’re a plausible member of al Qaeda. It’s ludicrous to have unskilled workers performing “security” as people board planes, when in fact you find terrorists by having highly skilled intelligence workers use what the Constitution sets out — probable cause (reasonable suspicion somebody has committed or will commit a crime) — to investigate perps long before they ever enter an airport, mall, or other public arena.
    (Graphic courtesy of Natural News.com)

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