TSA Outrage Roundup: One Week In America
TSA took my hair straightener
TSA inappropriately touched my scrotum
TSA hurt my breasts
TSA VIPR Tennessee
Can I carry shampoo on a plane
Andrea Abbott (the woman arrested for being "belligerent and verbally abusive" because she didn't want some TSA thug's meaty paws running over her daughter's crotch)
Sabrina Birge (the TSA ignoramus who told Abbott “No, it’s not an X-ray ... It is 10,000 times safer than your cell phone and uses the same type of radio waves as a sonogram,” because she's too stupid to know that sound waves and radio waves are vastly different things)
Thedala Magee (the gate-rapist who sexually assaulted Amy Alkon and then had the sociopathic chutzpah to sue her victim for $500,000, after Alkon identified the rapist by name)
And I'm sure I'd've had even more TSA-related blog visits, if I'd had the time to write about the TSA agent who found a vibrator in a woman's luggage and left her a perverted note. Or if I'd said anything about the driver's license checkpoints that Tennessee state troopers will hold on Halloween under the aegis of the DHS, TSA's Orwellian parent organization. Then, too, there's the huge clouds of chlorine gas TSA deliberately released into the Utah desert. The woman detained by TSA agents because she wore hand lotion which was mistaken for an explosive ("They had told me laughingly that this happens all the time," the woman later said). The woman approached by a BDO not because he had security concerns, but because he wanted to flirt with her.
And the links in that last paragraph only cover stories from the past week. How much longer will it be before we finally scrape the TSA dogshit off the sole of America's shoe?