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TSA: Molesting And Groping Americans Was Just For Fun

by | 26th, November 2013



IT’S obvious that the God of Situational Irony hates America’s Transportation Security Administration almost as much as I do: in late October, only a few days before a TSAgent was gunned down at Los Angeles airport (then died a couple minutes later, after typically heroic cops from the LAPD refused to let medical personnel treat him), an engineer and anti-TSA blogger named Jonathan Corbett received some improperly redacted TSA documents proving that the TSA knows the truth of what its critics have said all along : the agency’s molesty groping policies and porny body-scan photos are completely useless where airline security is concerned, and TSA knows that airplane cockpit doors (strengthened in response to 9/11, since the hijackers were able to force their way in) mean any future hijacking attempts would likely fail anyway .

So it’s all been for nothing all the tit-grabbing and ball-squeezing, all the little girls getting their labia stroked and handicapped kids forced to crawl without their wheelchairs and leg braces , all of it for nothing and TSA knew it was for nothing, yet imposed it on us anyway. Then, a few days after this news broke, a gunman went to the LA airport, furious at the TSAgents who violated people’s rights for nothing—and so one of them died for nothing, too.



Of course, TSA critics have pointed out for years that a terrorist determined to hurt people could just as easily skip airplanes altogether and attack the clumps of passengers waiting their turn to be fondled by a TSAgent. Only one would-be passenger was wounded in Los Angeles, fortunately; the only reason none of them died was that the gunman wasn’t actually out to get them.




The Los Angeles airport is laid out in such a way that if you have the misfortune to be there while a gunman’s afoot, an earthquake hits or any other

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