More TSA Trash

A woman had the audacity to complain to the TSA that the screeners in Phoenix did not know their own procedures — which allow for alternative screening for medical liquids. Breast milk is classified as a “medical liquid.”

The brave TSA agents, who make us all safe, saw her coming a week later.

They made sure that she would miss her flight. They made sure that she was sorry that she ever complained.

The TSA is nothing but a bunch of uneducated shitbags who couldn’t hold a job at 7-11. That goes from the head on down to the fat fuck in this video.

Is this freedom?

Remember all that shit they told you in school about “land of the free and home of the brave?” They might not have lied to you then, but they are lying when they tell your kids that fairy tale now.

This is the pep talk (below) that America needs. Too bad that the Democrats are too fucking pussified to give it, and the Republicans are too goddamned fascist to want it to be given in the first place.

It’s about how hard you can get it and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done!” That’s such a great quote. Too bad it came from a movie script, and not from one of the elected leaders of this “brave” and “free” country.

America is now the land of the mewling terrified coward. Which country do you think will be the new “land of the free and home of the brave?” Because we, sure as shit, don’t deserve that title anymore.

8 Responses to More TSA Trash

  1. Mark Bennett says:

    Which country do you think will be the new “land of the free and home of the brave?”

    “Free” and “brave” are pre-9/11 virtues.

  2. Jennifer says:

    Okay, gotta agree completely with the message in this video. The jerks in this video and all others who act like this should be jobless! I am reposting to spread the word. I wonder if the TSA would agree to a civilian review board who can impose disciplinary action against individual agents who act like this?

    • Dave says:

      They would never aggree to it. First, it limits their power, which is an essay unto itself and second, a civilian review board could be twisted by them to sound like the opportunity for terrorists to change how they operate for the worse.

      We let them into this system, now we have the choices of either keeping them here, or getting rid of them entirely. They will not settle for any compromise.

  3. Tom says:

    I was at Mitchell Field in Milwaukee on 11/24/2010. I was taking pictures at the checkpoint and was stopped by a woman who said she was in charge. She also did not know the TSA rules as it clearly states on their website…..

    “TSA does not prohibit the public, passengers or press from photographing, videotaping or filming at security checkpoints, as long as the screening process is not interfered with or slowed down. We do ask you to not film or take pictures of the monitors. While the TSA does not prohibit photographs at screening locations, local laws, state statutes, or local ordinances might.”

    This is the offending photo.

    MKE Concourse C

  4. blueollie says:

    Rookie question: the TSA regulations “allow for” the alternate screening of breast milk (medical fluids). Is that the same as “requiring them to do so if the passenger requests it?”

  5. Mark Bennett says:

    Maybe it’s not quite time for tar, feathers, and the rail, but I’ve been racking my brain and I can’t figure out why we shouldn’t be finding and publicizing the identities of these thugs.

  6. Vincent says:

    I think every lawyer out there should be watching at the airport for this kind of thing. This woman’s civil liberties were infringed by a bunch of thugs without over sight and without law enforcement authority.
    When I travel I will be on the lookout.
    In other countries like Iran, we praise the lawyers who stand on the line between government oppression and civil liberties. We need to be doing that here.
    That woman should be charging those agents, the airline, the police officer, and the TSA through it’s head, with false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious prosecution, and gender discrimination.

  7. Leksi Wit says:

    I cancelled a trip to visit a friend who lives about 950 miles away because I don’t want to deal with the TSA harassment involved in flying. And funny, I don’t feel any safer, in fact I am afraid of being sexually assaulted if I “choose” to fly.

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