TSA Loudspeakers Threaten Travelers With Arrest For Joking About Security
Prisoner training: Don’t complain about your grope down
Paul Joseph Watson
October 11, 2013
Travelers who crack jokes about the TSA’s ludicrous security procedures could face arrest, according to a new loudspeaker warning being broadcast at airports in the U.S.
While traveling through George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Matt Miller heard a security announcement repeatedly aired on the airport intercom that left him disturbed.
“You are also reminded that any inappropriate remarks or jokes concerning security may result in your arrest,” the loudspeaker message states.
These new loudspeaker warnings remind us that the TSA continues to excel at indoctrinating Americans to be well-behaved prisoners via obedience training – reminding them that they can be disappeared if they dare speak out of turn, even in a humorous way.
This is a totally unlawful and illegitimate violation of the First Amendment and is obviously designed to intimidate travelers and stop them from complaining about aggressive grope downs which in some cases involve TSA workers touching travelers’ genitals.
The message is clear – grovel and enjoy your genitals being groped or face arrest.