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TSA: Molesting And Groping Americans Was Just For Fun

by | 26th, November 2013

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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.

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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.

 

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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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