TSA confession describes security screenings as ‘a complete joke’; ‘It’s all for show’
by Mike Adams
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Last week, an undercover TSA inspector managed to quite easily sneak a mock explosive device through airport security and onto an airplane. He simply stuffed the fake bomb down his pants and went right through the screenings, including a pat-down. Out of several covert TSA agents attempting to sneak mock explosive devices onto the airplane, only one was pulled aside, and she was carrying a child’s doll with wires hanging out the back, making it ridiculously obvious. (SOURCE)
“This episode once again demonstrates how Newark Airport is the Ground Zero of TSA failures,” said a source published in the NY Post, a newspaper that’s been breaking huge news on the TSA (and actually doing a far better job reporting on this than the NYT).
But the real news isn’t the fact that, time and time again, government officials can easily sneak explosives onto airplanes. The real story is what happened a few days later, when a TSA employee who works at Newark went public with allegations that the TSA is nothing more than pure theater and that TSA employees have no ability or motivation to catch any terrorists whatsoever.
“A LOT of what we do is make-believe.”