TSA agents miss 96% of weapons going through airports, spend time sexually assaulting Americans and stealing luggage instead

Saturday, August 22, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: Daniel Barker
Saturday, August 22, 2015

Among federal agencies, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is easily one of the most despised by the average American citizen. The NSA is probably right up near the top of the list because of their unconstitutional snooping activities, but in terms of sheer annoyance and inconvenience — especially among those of us who fly often — the TSA is virtually unrivaled.

The TSA has become notorious for establishing ridiculous rules dictating what can be carried on a plane and making life miserable for those who are simply trying to board without being humiliated and harassed, and they are also getting flack for a number of more serious misuses of their nearly unchallengeable authority.

For example, there have been numerous allegations of TSA employees groping and sexually assaulting passengers. We’re not talking about one or two isolated incidents; there have been dozens of cases involving credible accounts of sexual misconduct and abuse of power carried out by TSA screeners.

The problem seems to be more widespread than most would have imagined possible. As the saying goes, “Absolute power corrupts absolutely,” and it’s becoming evident that the TSA has absolutely too much power.

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