More TSA Incompetence

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The incompetence of the Transportation Security Administration’s airport screening porn show/gropefest is again on display.

According to news reports, an undercover TSA agent successfully passed through the naked body scanners at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport multiple times with a handgun concealed in her brassiere, and it was never discovered. The failed security test was leaked to news agencies by a high ranking TSA source.

This news comes on the heels of reports of TSA agents pocketing thousands of dollars in cash and merchandise looted from the suitcases of travelers, agents making lewd remarks about patting down travelers and agents abusing passengers who choose to opt out of the cancer-causing radiation machines.

TSA procedures are not just feckless, they are an abuse. They violate the Constitutional rights of travelers as the TSA considers all travelers to be potential terrorists until searches prove otherwise.

Of course, the TSA is not interested in catching terrorists, nor would TSA procedures stop an attack like the one carried out last month in Russia. As we’ve reported before here and here, the so-called attacks cited by TSA head John Pistole and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano were false flag attacks staged as an excuse to install more liberty-crushing procedures on the American public.

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